Cartoon from Sam Morrison, http://101excusesnottowrite.blogspot.com/
The amount of self-published middle grade books is slowly growing. Here are noteworthy covers that caught my attention:
A Monstrous Place: A Tale From Between
While I was doing research for The Boy Who Painted the World, I read a lot of articles about homeless shelters and homeless people. I also came across some interesting and powerful videos.
What is a homeless child:
Middle-grade books have some of the most beautiful covers. At least, I think so. Here are some covers with stunning illustrations with lots of details:
Scrawl by Mark Shulman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I first read this book when I was in my young teens. I knew I was going to read it again. And I have. I just reread it for like the fourth or fifth time. Yeah, it’s that good.
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