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  • What do you get for a middle-grade girl, animal lover, with learning disabilities?

    Possibly We Got A Little Carried Away With Our Holiday Gift Recommendations

  • I already mentioned in an earlier post winning Chris Eboch's Haunted: The Ghost on the Stairs, a middle-grade, historically set spookfest via a contest held by The Spectacle.

    A Waiting List Weekend

  • Described as middle-grade fiction, I was almost embarrassed to read a new children's book.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Three of the year's most engaging middle-grade novels feature a close friendship between a boy and a girl, the upheaval of geographical displacement, and, oddly enough, remarkable and unusual birds.

    The Pains and Boons Of Teenagehood

  • Write a middle-grade fantasy novel based on my Kirby Drogan stories.

    INTERVIEW: Paul Melko

  • Write a middle-grade hard science fiction novel with my friend Ben Rosenbaum.

    INTERVIEW: Paul Melko

  • Wintersmith is the most recent in Pratchett's run of Tiffany Aching books, books for younger readers (middle-grade?) which feature as the protagonist a young girl who is good at making cheese, tormenting her brother, and being a witch.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • I guess she liked it because she asked me to send her a proposal for a new middle-grade Dragonlance series they were planning.

    Interview: Rebecca Shelley

  • High, which features a half-elf half-human girl coming into her powers, and you've also written two of the books in the middle-grade Dragon Codex series.

    Interview: Rebecca Shelley

  • She hopes to soon sell a new middle-grade novel to a traditional house.

    Secret of Self-Publishing: Success

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