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Middle Grade Fiction (Title, G-J)

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Gangsta Granny, by David Walliams [Miss Lucy's Teaching Fun]

Genies, Meanies, and Magic Rings: Three Tales from the Arabian Nights, by Stephen Mitchell (ill. Tom Pohrt) [Fuse #8 Review]

Gentle's Holler, by Kerry Madden [The Well-Read Child Review]

George, by Alex Gino [Not Acting My Age Review]

(George), by E. L. Konigsburg [bookshelves of doom Review]

Geronimo, by Joseph Bruchac [Fuse #8 Review]

Ghetto Cowboy, by G. Neri [Fuse #8 Review]

Ghost Hawk, by Susan Cooper [Fuse #8 Review]

Ghost Soldiers (The Invisible Detective), by Justin Richards [Fuse #8 Review]

The Ghosts of Rathburn Park, by Zilpha Keatley Snyder [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Gift Boat, by Peter Dickinson (spoilers) [Scholar's Blog Spoiler Zone Review]

Gingersnap, by Patricia Reilly Giff [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

A Girl Called Problem, by Katie Quirk [Fuse #8 Review]

The Girls, by Amy Goldman Koss [bookshelves of doom Review]

The Girl from Felony Bay, by J. E. Thompson [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making, by Catherynne M. Valente (ill. Ana Juan) [Fuse #8 Review]

The Girl Who Could Fly, by Victoria Forester [Not Acting My Age Review]

The Girl Who Owned a City, by O.T. Nelson [bookshelves of doom Review]

The Girl Who Owned A City, by O.T. Nelson [A Chair, a Fireplace, and a Tea Cozy Review]

The Giver, by Lois Lowry [Big A little a Review]

Goblin Secrets, by William Alexander [Fuse #8 Review]

Gods of Manhattan, by Scott Mebus [Fuse #8 Review]

Golden & Grey: An Unremarkable Boy and a Rather Remarkable Ghost, by Louise Arnold [Big A little a Review]

The Golden Hour, by Maiya Williams [bookshelves of doom Review]

The Goldfish Boy, by Lisa Thompson [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

A Good Kind of Trouble, by Lisa Moore Ramee [Not Acting My Age Review]

Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village, by Laura Amy Schlitz [Fuse #8 Review]

Goodbye Stranger, by Rebecca Stead [Fuse #8 Review]

The Goose Girl, by Shannon Hale [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Goose Girl, by Shannon Hale [bookshelves of doom Review]

The Goose Girlby Shannon Hale [Bookwyrm Chrysalis]

The Gorillas of Gill Park, by Amy Gordon [bookshelves of doom Review]

Gossamer, by Lois Lowry [Fuse #8 Review]

Graceful, by Wendy Mass [Not Acting My Age Review]

Gracefully Grayson, by Ami Polonsky [Not Acting My Age Review] 

Grandfather's Dance, by Patricia MacLachlan [Fuse #8 Review]

The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman [Fuse #8 Review]

The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman [There's A Book Review]

Gravity Buster: Journal #2 of a Cardboard Genius, by Frank Asch [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Great Cake Mystery: Precious Ramotswe's Very First Case, by Alexander McCall Smith (ill. Iain McIntosh) [Fuse #8 Review]

The Great Good Summer, by Liz Garton Scanlon [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Great Greene Heist, by Varian Johnson [Fuse #8 Review]

The Great Greene Heist, by Varian Johnson [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Great Shelby Holmes Meets Her Match, by Elizabeth Eulberg [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Great Wall of Lucy Wu, by Wendy Wan-Long Shang [Not Acting My Age Review]

The Greatest Power (The Gecko & Sticky), by Wendelin Van Draanen (ill. Stephen Gilpin) [Just One More Book! Podcast Review]

Greetings from Planet Earth, by Barbara Kerley [Big A little a Review]

The Green Glass Sea, by Ellen Klages [Big A little a Review]

The Green Glass Sea, by Ellen Klages [Fuse #8 Review]

Greenglass House, by Kate Milford [Fuse #8 Review]

Greetings from Nowhere, by Barbara O'Connor [Abby the Librarian Review]

Gregor the Overlander, Book 1 and 2, by Suzanne Collins [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Gregor and the Code of Claw, (Book 5), by Suzanne Collins [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Gregor and the Marks of Secret, by Suzanne Collins [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Guinea Dog, by Patrick Jennings [Fuse #8 Review]

Half A Chance, by Cynthia Lord [Not Acting My Age Review]

The Hard Kind of Promise, by Gina Willner-Pardo [Not Acting My Age Review]

Harriet the Spy, by Louise Fitzhugh [Bugs and Bunnies review]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, by J.K. Rowling (spoilers) [Fuse #8 Review]

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, by J.K. Rowling (no spoilers) [Children's Books and Reviews]

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (good, bad (spoilers), questions), by J.K. Rowling [Big A little a Review]

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, by J.K. Rowling [Children's Books and Reviews]

Half Moon Investigations, by Eoin Colfer [Edge of the Forest Review]

Half a Chance, by Cynthia Lord [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Half Moon Investigations, by Eoin Colfer [Big A little a Review]

Hannah's Winter, by Kierin Meehan [Fuse #8 Review]

Hanne's Quest, by Oliver Dunrae [Fuse #8 Review]

Hate That Cat, by Sharon Creech [Fuse #8 Review]

Hate That Cat, by Sharon Creech [Abby the Librarian Review]

Hattie Big Sky, by Kirby Larson [Fuse #8 Review]

Healing Water, by Joyce Moyer Hostetter [Fuse #8 Review]

heartbeat, by Sharon Creech [bookshelves of doom Review]

Heart of a Shepherd, by Rosanne Parry [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Heart of a Shepherd, by Rosanne Parry [Not Acting My Age Review]

Heat, by Mike Lupica [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Heat, by Mike Lupica [Big A little a Review]

Heat, by Mike Lupica [Abby (the) Librarian Review]

Heaven is Paved With Oreos, by Catherine Gilbert Murdock [Not Acting My Age Review]

Heaven Is Paved with Oreos, by Catherine Gilbert Murdock [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Henry and the Incredibly Incorrigible, Inconveniently Intelligent Smart Human, by Lynn Messina [Fuse #8 Review]

Here Be Monsters, by Alan Snow [Scholar's Blog Review]

Here Be Monsters, by Alan Snow [Fuse #8 Review]

Here Be Monsters! by Alan Snow [Bugs and Bunnies Review]

Here Lies Linc, by Delia Ray [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Here Lies the Librarian, by Richard Peck [Fuse #8 Review]

Here Today, by Ann M. Martin [bookshelves of doom Review]

Here's to You, Rachel Robinson, by Judy Blume [bookshelves of doom Review]

The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, by Christopher Healy [Fuse #8 Review]

Heroes of the Valley, by Jonathan Stroud [Fuse #8 Review]

Hidden, by Helen Frost [Fuse #8 Review]

Hidden, by Helen Frost [Not Acting My Age Review]

Hide and Seek, by Kate Messner [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Higher Power of Lucky, by Susan Patron [Wizards Wireless Review]

The Higher Power of Lucky, by Susan Patron [Maw Book Review]

The Higher Power of Lucky, by Susan Patron [The Well Read Child Review]

The Higher Power of Lucky, by Susan Patron [Fuse #8 Review]

The Higher Power of Lucky, by Susan Patron [Bugs and Bunnies Review]

Highland Fling, by Kathleen Ernst [Fuse #8 Review]

Highway Robbery, by Kate Thompson (ill. Jonny Duddle) [Fuse #8 Review]

Hokey Pokey, by Jerry Spinelli [Fuse #8 Review]

Holbrook: A Lizard's Tale, by Bonny Becker (ill. Abby Carter) [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Holbrook: A Lizard's Tale, by Bonny Becker (ill. Abby Carter) [Fuse #8 Review]

Hold Fast, by Blue Balliett [Fuse #8 Review]

Home and Other Big Fat Lies, by Jill Wolfson [Fuse #8 Review]

Homefront, by Doris Gwaltney [Fuse #8 Review]

The Homeward Bounders, by Diana Wynne Jones [Scholar's Blog Review]

The Homework Strike, by Greg Pincus [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Honest Truth, by Dan Gemeinhart [Not Acting My Age Review]

Hooray for Anna Hibiscus!, by Atinuke (ill. Lauren Tobia) [Fuse #8 Review]

Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen [Bugs and Bunnies Review]

Horns & Wrinkles, by Joseph Helgerson [bookshelves of doom Review]

Horns & Wrinkles, by Joseph Helgerson [Fuse #8 Review]

Horrid Henry, by Francesca Simon (ill. Tony Ross) [Fuse #8 Review]

Hound Dog True, by Linda Urban [Fuse #8 Review]

Hound Dog True, by Linda Urban  [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Hound Dog True, by Linda Urban [Not Acting My Age Review]

House of the Red Fish, by Graham Salisbury [Fuse #8 Review]

How Oliver Olson Changed the World, by Claudia Mills (ill. Heather Maione) [Fuse #8 Review]

How to Speak Dolphin, by Ginny Rorby [Not Acting My Age Review]

How to Steal a Dog, by Barbara O'Connor [Fuse #8 Review]

How to Train Your Dragon, by Cressida Cowell [Bugs and Bunnies Review]

Howl's Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones [Scholar's Blog Review]

Howl's Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones [Bookwyrm Chrysalis Review]

Hugging the Rock, by Susan Taylor Brown [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Hugging the Rock, by Susan Taylor Brown [Propernoun Review]

Hugging the Rock, by Susan Taylor Brown [bookshelves of doom Review]

Hugging the Rock, by Susan Taylor Brown [Fuse #8 Review]

Hundred Percent, by Karen Romano Young [Not Acting My Age Review]

The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins [Fuse #8 Review]

Hurricane: A Novel, by Terry Trueman [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Hurricane Season, by Nicole Melleby [Not Acting My Age Review]

Hurt Go Happy, by Ginny Rorby [Fuse #8 Review]

I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to be Your Class President, by Josh Lieb [Fuse #8 Review]

I am Not Joey Pigza, by Jack Gantos [Fuse #8 Review]

I, Emma Freke, by Elizabeth Atkinson [Not Acting My Age Review]

I Kill the Mockingbird, by Paul Acampora [Fuse #8 Review]

I Kill the Mockingbird, by Paul Acampora [Not Acting My Age Review]

I'll Sing You One-O, by Nan Gregory [Fuse #8 Review]

Icefall, by Matthew Kirby [Fuse #8 Review]

Ida B., by Katherine Hannigan [bookshelves of doom Review]

Ida B., by Katherine Hannigan [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Ida B., by Katherine Hannigan [Musings of a Bookworm Review]

Iggy Loomis: A Hagfish Called Shirley, by Jennifer Allison (ill. Michael Moran) [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Impossible Clue, by Sarah Rubin  [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: The Mysterious Howling, by Maryrose Wood [Fuse #8 Review]

The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: Book I: The Mysterious Howling, by Maryrose Wood [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Indigo's Star, by Hilary McKay [bookshelves of doom Review]

Indigo's Star, by Hilary McKay [Book Nut Review]

The Infamous Ratsos, by Kara LaReau (ill. Matt Myers) [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Infamous Ratsos Are Not Afraid, by Kara LaReau (ill. Matt Myers) [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Ingo, by Helen Dunmore [Big A little a Review]

Ingo , by Helen Dunmore [Scholar's Blog Review]

Inkheart, by Cornelia Funke [Scholar's Blog Review]

Inside Out and Back Again, by Thanhha Lai [Fuse #8 Review]

Instead of Three Wishes: Magical Short Stories, by Megan Whalen Turner [bookshelves of doom Review]

Into the Wild, by Sarah Beth Durst [Fuse #8 Review]

Introducing Sasha Abramowitz, by Sue Halpern [Big A little a Review]

The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick [Children's Books and Reviews]

The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick [Musings of a Bookworm Review]

The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick [Fuse #8 Review]

Invisible Girl, by Mary Hanlon Stone [Not Acting My Age Review]

Invisible Emmie, by Terri Libenson [Not Acting My Age Review]

Isabel Feeney, Star Reporter, by Beth Fantaskey [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

It's Raining Cupcakes, by Lisa Schroeder [Not Acting My Age Review]

Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World, by Ashley Herring Blake [Not Acting My Age Review]

Ivy and Bean, by Annie Barrows (ill. Sophie Blackall) [Chasing Ray Review]

Ivy and Bean, by Annie Barrows (ill. Sophie Blackall) [Big A little a Review]

Ivy and Bean Break the Fossil Record, by Annie Barrows (illustrated by Sophie Blackall) [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Jack Plank Tells Tales, by Natalie Babbitt [Fuse #8 Review]

James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl [Miss Lucy's Teaching Fun]

Jasper Dash and the Flame Pits of Delaware, by M.T. Anderson [Not Just for Kids Review]

Jefferson's Sons, by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley [Fuse #8 Review]

Jemma Hartman, Camper Extraordinaire, by Brenda Ferber [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, by Wendy Mass [Big A little a Review]

Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, by Wendy Mass [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, by Wendy Mass [Fuse #8 Review]

Jessie's Mountain, by Kerry Madden [The Well-Read Child Review]

Jim Ugly, by Sid Fleischman [Fuse #8 Review]

The Johnny Maxwell Trilogy, by Terry Pratchett [Scholar's Blog Review]

Journey to the River Sea, by Eva Ibbotson [Just One More Book! Podcast Review]

The Joy of Spooking: Book One - Fiendish Deeds, by P.J. Bracegirdle [Fuse #8 Review]

The Joy of Spooking: Book One - Fiendish Deeds, by P.J. Bracegirdle [Just One More Book! Podcast Review]

Judy Moody, M. D.: The Doctor Is In!, by Megan McDonald [bookshelves of doom Review]

Julia's Kitchen, by Brenda Ferber [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

The Jumbies, by Tracey Baptiste [Fuse #8 Review]

Jumping the Scratch, by Sarah Weeks [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Jumping the Scratch, by Sarah Weeks [Fuse #8 Review]

Jumping the Scratch, by Sarah Weeks [Not Acting My Age Review]

Just as Long as We're Together, by Judy Blume [bookshelves of doom Review]

Just Grace, by Charise Mericle Harper [Jen Robinson's Book Page Review]

Just Grace, by Charise Mericle Harper [Bugs and Bunnies review]

 

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