I know it’s Friday, but I’ve been so busy lately with my new job that it’s hard to post stuff on time.
This week’s topic:
For this, I’ll focus on middle-grade novels. Here are five I’ve read and enjoyed:
Magyk by Angie Sage (illus.)
It’s been a while since I’ve read this one, but I recall enjoying it. Magyk is the first novel in Sage’s fantasy series Septimus Heap about the eponymous seventh son of a seventh son who was pronounced dead and stolen by a midwife when he was born. Later, Septimus’s father, Silas, found a baby girl in the snow with violet eyes, who he named Jenna and raised as his own. The story is mysterious at the beginning and is quite charming as it unfolds.