Top Ten Tuesday: All-Time Favorite Middle Grades Books

Top Ten Tuesday

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All-Time Favorite Middle Grades Books

I love reading middle grades books. When I’m feeling really down, I either go to middle-grades if I want something lighthearted or I go to romance with all the feels. Middle grades are unique in that they are still capturing an essence of childhood, a little bit of the innocence for a moment more. Typically friendship is a top priority in MG, as well as a more relevant and realistic setting to its readers.

 

What are your all-time favorite genre reads? 

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27 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: All-Time Favorite Middle Grades Books

  1. I do not read a lot of middle grade books, but occasionally I do. My favorite so far this year is Night Parade. I grew up loving Pippi Longstockings, Charlotte’s Web, and Matilda. 🙂 I really want to give Chris Colfer’s book a try.

    Thanks for sharing your list!

  2. Where the Red Fern Grows has been on my top 10 favorites list since I was a little girl. It’s such an amazing book.
    Wonder I fell in love with the year it came out. Also one of my favorites.
    Really good list, and I love the highlighting of MG books.

  3. I don’t have kids so don’t have much to do with middle grade books but recognise a couple there nonetheless. Do you believe I never read Roald Dahl as a kid? I did love Pippi Longstocking though!

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