Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Upcoming Middle Grade Releases #BEA16 Edition

Last month I had the chance to attend BEA (Book Expo of America) in Chicago. This was my third time attending, and it was a blast! I'll be posting more about it tomorrow on Mundie Moms. While there I attended some fabulous publisher events, where I received a few arcs for some exciting upcoming releases. I loved hearing the authors talk about their upcoming releases. I also waited in a few lines for a couple authors. Those long lines were totally worth it! 

Below is a list of some exciting up coming Middle Grade reads I received arcs of at BEA. I am so excited about these upcoming releases! If these books aren't already on your TBR list, add them asap! I'll be posting reviews and book features for them in the coming weeks and months. Trust me, they're worth pre-ordering now! I was very selective on the books I accepted from publishers at BEA, and these were the only MG ones I brought home.

  1. Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi, Dutton Books, 8/30/16
  2. The Girl Who Drank The Moon, Algonquin Young Readers, 8/9/16
  3. Squirrel Girl by Shannon & Dean Hale, Marvel, 2/2017
  4. Going Wild by Lisa McMann, Harper Collins, 9/27/16
  5. The Scourge by Jennifer A. NielsenScholastic Press, 8/30/16
  6. The Littlest Bigfoot by Jennifer Weiner, Aladdin, 9/13/16
  7. Lock and Key: The Initiation by Ridley Pearson, Harper Collins, 9/20/16
  8. Iron Man: The Gauntlet by Eoin Colfer, Marvel, 10/25/16
  9. The Great Shelby Holmes by Elizabeth Eulberg, Bloomsbury, 9/6/16
  10. Rebel Genius by Michael Dante DiMartino, Roaring Book Press, 10/4/16
  11. The Secret Keepers by Trenton Lee Stewart, Little Brown, 9/27/16
  12. The Inquisitor's Tale by Adam Gidwitz, Dutton, 9/27/16
  13. The Lost Property Office by James R. Hannibal, Simon & Schuster, 11/8/16
What are some upcoming 2016 MG releases you're looking forward to reading?

I would be most content if my children grew up to be the kind of people who think decorating consists mostly of building enough bookshelves. ~ Anna Quindlen

Good children's literature appeals not only to
the child in the adult, but to the adult in the child.
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