written for ages 11-14


What would you do if you were invisible?

Jennifer Minicus | 27 Jun 2017

written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended

Another page-turner from the author of the Mysterious Benedict Society

To Create a World

Carolyn Moynihan | 14 Jun 2017

written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended

A debut fantasy novel with a classical theme and spiritual insight, by our Associate Editor

Children's books nobody can afford to miss

Susan Reibel Moore | 13 Jun 2017

written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended

After their mother abandons them, four children journey on foot to their grandmother's home.

Captive Maiden: wrong sort of romance

Theresa Fagan | 10 May 2017

written for ages 11-14 | not recommended

Another look at a young adult novel

Sticky competition spoils maple syrup harvest

Jennifer Minicus | 23 Mar 2017

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

A new Pumpkin Falls mystery

New fantasy trilogy takes middle school readers by storm

Jon Dykstra | 10 Mar 2017

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

Rabbits with swords - an irresistible combination

Fantastic teen fiction does exist

Jon Dykstra | 3 Mar 2017

written for ages 11-14 | acceptable

This is Cinderella reimagined.

The best book I read last summer

Jennifer Minicus | 3 Nov 2016

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

Nella thinks she knows her family until tragedy strikes their neighborhood.

Newspaper tycoon seeks to influence election

Jennifer Minicus | 31 Oct 2016

written for ages 11-14 | recommended with reservations

His twelve-year-old maid is on to him!

After 140 years, Tom Sawyer is still a beloved character

Jane Fagan | 26 Aug 2016

written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended

No one captures the heart of a young boy like Mark Twain.

Courageous teen brings peace to country in turmoil

Jennifer Minicus | 28 Jul 2016

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

The first in an amusing adventure series.

Young girl narrowly escapes kidnapping

Jennifer Minicus | 7 Jul 2016

written for ages 11-14 | recommended with reservations

Lottie and Kitty have always believed in time travel.

Children try to overcome prejudice

Barb Szyszkiewicz | 5 May 2016

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

A story about a unique cultural exchange.

Growing Up: being Southern Black in the 1930's

Susan Reibel Moore | 27 Apr 2016

written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended

9-year-old Cassie Logan is one of literature's most endearing heroines.

Abused children escape WWII bombings

Jennifer Minicus | 15 Apr 2016

written for ages 11-14 | recommended with reservations

Ada has never been allowed to go outside.

Loyalty never goes out of style

Jennifer Minicus | 6 Apr 2016

written for ages 11-14 | highly recommended

Randal does what is right despite the cost.

A harmonica that makes more than music

Jennifer Minicus | 29 Mar 2016

written for ages 11-14 | acceptable

The magic of music changes the lives of several children.

This book was a terrible disappointment

Jennifer Minicus | 13 Jan 2016

written for ages 11-14 | not recommended

I could not force myself to finish it.

Bullied teen finds an unexpected friend

Barb Szyszkiewicz | 18 Dec 2015

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

A suspenseful read, appropriate for middle- and high-school.

Tragedy at sea leads to mystery and suspense

Tim Golden | 28 Aug 2015

written for ages 11-14 | recommended

At age fifteen, Adam must take control of his family's business in 17th century Amsterdam.

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