The Summer of Middle Grade

Hi Everyone!

I hope that you are well. As I previously mentioned, my studies are currently getting in the way of my pleasure reading. Because of this, I don’t have a review prepared for this evening and so, unfortunately, I’m going to have to skip yet another post.

To make my life a little easier, I’ve decided to dedicate the next few posts to stories that are a little shorter and (hopefully) easier on my poor overworked brain. While I am currently reading through my next little block of Goosebumps books in preparation for the next trip down to Arkham Vaults, I have also popped into my local Waterstones and gathered a few exciting middle grade novels that I hope to also share with you over the next few weeks.

Here is an idea of what to expect next on Arkham Reviews:

Redwall by Brian Jacques

A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison

Malamander by Thomas Taylor

Wildspark by Vashti Hardy

The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson

Battle of the Beetles by M.G. Leonard

Normal service will resume in July, once my last exam is hopefully done and dusted.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. BookCraic
    Jun 22, 2019 @ 10:36:15

    I’ve got some of these – some fantastic reads ahead of you. A Pinch of Magic and Wildspark are both incredible – definitely not just for children. I’ve had The House with Chicken Legs on my TBR for a while now – really need to read it!

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