Must-read Middle Grade books: Scholastic’s Spring 2017 Online Preview (and a giveaway!)
Scholastic’s Spring 2017 Online Preview is now live!
Our Online Preview is produced twice a year and this installment gives you a sneak preview of books that will be published in our upcoming Spring season (between January and June of 2017)! Over the next four weeks, we will be featuring books from each category of the preview – Picture Books, Middle Grade, Young Adult and Graphic Novels. Plus, make sure you read to the end of the post because we have an awesome giveaway waiting for you!
You better hold onto your hats because we have some stunning reads in store for you. Our Middle Grade Preview features a heart-pumping new multiplatform novel from bestselling author Scott Westerfeld, as well as new titles from some of our amazing authors like Gordon Korman, Emma Donoghue, and Isabel Quintero—plus so much more!
We are so pleased to present two special group videos, the first showcasing heartfelt books addressing family affairs and the second to introduce some exciting "first in series" titles. Check out some highlights here:
Want to learn more about specific titles? Watch the individual preview videos here:
- Scar Island by Dan Gemeinhart
- Otherwise Known as Possum by Maria D. Laso
- The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson
- The Icarus Show by Sally Christie
- Braced by Alyson Gerber
- Making Bombs for Hitler by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch
- The Crystal Ribbon by Celeste Lim
- The Homework Strike by Greg Pincus
- Restart by Gordon Korman
- Me and Marvin Gardens by Amy Sarig King
- The Harlem Charade by Natasha Tarpley
- Horizon by Scott Westerfeld
- All "family affairs"-themed books
- All "first in series books
But, wait—there’s more!
GIVEAWAY! We are giving 10 readers the chance to win a selection of 5 Advanced Copies of the books featured throughout the Preview. To enter here, leave a comment below telling us which book here you are most interested in reading. One entry per person. All entries must be submitted by 5pm ET on Friday, December 2, 2016. U.S. residents, 18 and over, please. See the complete legal rules here.
- C. M. Reedy, Library & Educational Marketing