BOOKSHELF TOUR RECOMMENDATIONS #6 // My Favourite Middle-Grade Books!

Hey guys! Today I’m coming at you with another shelf in my bookshelf tour series and today I’m featuring my Middle-Grade shelf! You guys have let me know that you’ve been enjoying this series and I’m really loving writing it so let me know which shelf I should recommend next!

Also, Side Note: I’m seeing Fantastic Beasts and The Crimes of Grindelwald tonight so if you have anything you want me to talk about in my review, please let me know in the comments!

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THE BOY WHO KNEW TOO MUCH

The Boy Who Knew Too Much (Munchem Academy #1)

The Boy Who Knew Too Much is a really fun, short mystery with some really cool plot elements and interesting characters! There is a second book in this series but what I love about this is, you can totally read it as a standalone, which is something I really love about middle-grade books.

This is a really fun story about a few smart rebel kids set in a school academy for younger kids. It’s a tonne of fun to read and great to read with your kids, or just pick up by yourself.

THE GOLDEN DOOR

The Golden Door (The Three Doors Trilogy, #1)

If you’ve been following me and my blog for any length of time then you know that I love The Golden Door. This is one of my favourite trilogies of all time, but really you could probably read this as a standalone by itself, not everything is summed up because there are two other books, but it does have a pretty solid ending to the first book’s journey.

I love this book and I am constantly recommending it, it’s a really inventive and unique story with really interesting creatures and overarching series plot (it honestly blows me away on every re-read).

HARRY POTTER

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Harry Potter #1)

Harry Potter is a classic and even though J. K. Rowling seems hell-bent on ruining my views on the series I still love it. I really enjoy how the fandom’s headcanons have evolved over the years and I love seeing new HP conspiracies. I don’t know though, at this point, if I love the ideas behind HP and the nostalgia, or if I actually love the books.

At this point, I’ve come to terms with the fact that this series is mostly a 3 star series but I think nostalgia is really keeping it alive for me.

PERCY JACKSON

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Percy Jackson is brilliant. This series/world is a great combination of humour, character development & mythology. The series is really inventive and also a really easy way to subtly learn more about different types of mythology. The main series, Percy Jackson is about the main character learning Greek Mythology and basically being thrust into a totally new world. The other series in this “world” focus on Greek, Roman, Norse and Egyptian mythology which I also love!

What I also love about this series and the rest of Rick Riordan’s book is that they’re appropriate for all ages and are just total fun to read!

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CLEARLY THERE AREN’T ENOUGH MIDDLE-GRADE READS ON MY SHELF, DO YOU HAVE ANY RECOMMENDATIONS?

IS THERE ANYTHING YOU WANT ME TO TALK ABOUT/FOCUS ON IN MY FANTASTIC BEASTS REVIEW?

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10 thoughts on “BOOKSHELF TOUR RECOMMENDATIONS #6 // My Favourite Middle-Grade Books!

    1. It really is, I wish more people would read it because it’s so much fun!
      PJO is honestly so much fun and lbr JKR is ruining Harry Potter. I read The Girl Who Drank The Moon sometime last year, I’m glad you enjoy it!

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  1. Middle grade novels are so delightful. I read a good one a while ago called ARU SHAH AND THE END OF TIME, which is based on Indian mythology and was written by a YA author. I’ll have to check out some of your recommendations!

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  2. ahhh! percy jacksonnnn ❤
    i've been meaning to dabble in a bit more middle grade this year and these recs are PERFECT. i so want to check out the boy who knew too much, it looks so fun! great post!

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