Tuesday, August 9

TMST: Middle-Grade Books

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8/9 Do you read middle-grade books? Why or why not?

Whelp. I don't really. I may grab books that are suitable for middle schoolers like the Harry Potter books or the Hobbit or etc. Not that I hate this level of reading, but I have always leaned towards books like YA or adult books even when I was small. One of my first full-length novels was Papillon by Henri Charriere. I think I was 9 or 10 when I grabbed that from the shelf and there was no going back. 

There are some good ones, but I don't go out of my way to read them. 


Melliane said...

That's true for me as well. I can read one if someome gave it to me but I don't go toward them like that

Mary Kirkland said...

I don't, it's not really my genre.

Blodeuedd said...

The few fantasy I have read are good, less angsty and love triangles lol

Jen Twimom said...

I forgot that HP is MG... I did read those a few times over! But other than that, nothing since my kids were that age.

Carole Rae said...

Melliane, there is just too much to read.

Mary, yaaa not my top genre either.

B, trueeeeeeeeee

Carole Rae said...

Jen, it's easy to forget. HP and books like that are beloved by everyone.