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Welcome to our homepage for Children's Fiction, Ages 9-12!
Children’s Fiction is so, so important. It is the portal through which imagination is fired for the rest of a young person’s life. A great book can broaden a child’s mind and leave them with a sense of wonder that will stay with them forever. Our homepage for Children’s Fiction, ages 9-12 is filled with magic and wonder, suspense and laugh-out-loud hilarity. No matter what their taste or reading ability, there’s something here for every child.
You can check out our homepage for slightly younger kids here, or if you’re looking for our teenage and young adult fiction page, you’ll find it here. We also have an extensive range of non-fiction for children, no matter what their interests.
Our Children’s book team is headed up by Mary Esther Judy, probably the greatest kids’ bookseller in the world. Her incredible insights and reviews of kids books can be found at Fallen Star Stories. Check it out!
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Children's Fiction, Ages 9-12 - LitVox Recommends....
Gaming and time travel collide in this exhilarating middle-grade adventure, from bestselling author Jennifer Bell.
THE GAME IS ON. TRAVEL WITH WONDER.
When Arthur, Ren and Cecily investigate a mysterious explosion on their way to school, they find themselves trapped aboard The Principia – a scientific research ship sailing through hazardous waters, captained by one Isaac Newton.Lost in the year 2473 in the Wonderscape, an epic in-reality adventure game, they must call on the help of some unlikely historical heroes, to play their way home before time runs out….
Jumanji meets Ready Player One in this fast-paced adventure featuring incredible real-life heroes, from the internationally bestselling author of The Uncommoners series. Pick up your copy here.
School’s out for summer! We have worked hard and now it’s time for a well-earned break away. Whether or not we’ll be traveling is still a big question, but there is a way for the kids to head somewhere new, exciting and different. With new books!