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Middle Grade Book Review Sites

Looking for some reviewers for your middle grade book? Know of some more? Hope this list helps you as much as it did me.

Middle Grade and YA Book Review Blogs

Bildungsroman Blonde Bookie Book Dads - Dads that Read Bookends Children's Literature Book Club I.N.K. - Interesting Nonfiction for Kids In Need of Chocolate Interactive Reader Jen Robinson's Book Page Jenny's Wonderland of Books Lee Wind Literate Lives Miss Erin MotherReader Ms. Yingling Reads Read, Read, Read Readalicious!

Top Children's, Middle Grade and YA (Young Adult) Book Review Sites

A favorable mention on a book review blog can go a long way toward promoting your book. But how do you know which blogs to submit to when there are hundreds to choose from? We're here to help.

The following are blog sites that promote middle-grade books and their authors through book reviews, author interviews, guest blogs, announcements, advertising, lists, etc. Many do not review e-books; some don't feature reviews at all; some restrict coverage to traditionally published books. This list is growing and I welcome suggestions for additions.

Independent Book Blogger Awards on Goodreads

The Independent Book Blogger Awards highlight the amazing talent in book blogging today.

Kid Lit Reviews

Middle grade books, ages 10 to 12.

The Flame in the Mist is a really cute middle grade book that younger readers (and even older readers) are going to enjoy! While YA and adult fantasy novels can be a bit more intense, this one is geared toward kids and is more light.

Middle Grade Review Bonanza Archives | The Book Smugglers

Apocalypse Blog Tour Book Smugglers Publishing Comics Contemporary Covers Diversity 2014 Dystopia Fairy Tales Fantasy Giveaways Graphic Novel Halloween Historical Horror Kirkus LGBT LGBTQIA Literary Fiction Middle Grade Movie Review Movies Mystery Old School Wednesdays Old School Wednesdays Readalong Paranormal PoC Retelling Romance Science Fiction slide Smugglivus Smugglivus 2010 Smugglivus 2011 Smugglivus 2012 Smugglivus 2013 Smugglivus 2014 Speculative Fiction Steampunk Superheroes Thriller TV Shows Urban Fantasy Young Adult Zombies

Old School Wednesdays: Middle Grade Blogger Roundtable | The Book Smugglers

Old School Wednesdays is a weekly Book Smuggler feature. We came up with the idea towards the end of 2012, when both Ana and Thea were feeling exhausted from the never-ending inundation of New and Shiny (and often over-hyped) books. What better way to snap out of a reading fugue than to take a mini-vacation ...

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Know any kids who are reluctant readers and who are also baseball fans? Look no further than the Baseball Card Adventure Series by Dan Gutman. I just read Willie and Me: A Baseball Card Adventure , (2015, 153 pages). This is the twelfth and final book in the series which started in 1997 with Honus and Me.

Middle Grade Mondays

This is a space where we will be discussing issues related to literature for 3rd through 7th grade students, authors who write for this age group, and programming for this age group. I for one, as a middle school library media specialist, straddle the worlds of the Middle Grade reader and the Young Adult reader daily.

Middle Grade and YA Book Review Blogs - Family Bookshelf

Auntie Sarah Bildungsroman Blogs of a Blond Bookie Book Dads - Dads that Read Book Mama, The Book Nosher, The Bookends Children's Literature Book Club Forwords Books I.N.K.

Fiction University: Reaching Out: Online Marketing for the Middle Grade Audience

By Janice Hardy, @Janice_Hardy It used to be writers could just write, and "other people" took care of the marketing and promotion, but that's changed. Today, writers need to know at least a little about self-promotion and marketing to be successful (and I feel the more they know the better off they'll be).

Middle Grade & Children's

Gilbert Sullivan loves astronomy especially since crop circles have been appearing in his neighbor's field recently. So, the next time he sees strange lights in Farmer Neville's field, he goes to...

Spies, Swords, and Survival: Reviewing Teen Action/Adventure Novels

If you're like me, you love getting caught up in a thrilling chase through the dank and twisting corridors of an old factory, feeling the impact as a fist slams into bone, or relishing the nail-biting fear as some monstrous brute bangs on the door. Now, I'm also a fan of great stories.

Middle Grade (Ages 8-12)

Here at Thinking Kids, I'm committed to writing about the Bible, theology, and Christian history for your kids. You'll find links here to all my reviews and resource lists, divided into subjects, for 8-12 year olds. I hope these are helpful for you as you seek to raise up your young people.