Thanks for joining us for World Wednesday. If you have a post about a middle grade book set in another part of the world or with great multicultural characters, please tell us about it in the comments. Here are some titles I found this past week:
Abirached, Zeina. A Game for Swallows at A Teaching Life
Curtis, Christopher Paul. The Mighty Miss Malone at Not for Lunch.
Erdich, Louise. Chickadee at A Wrung Sponge.
Gratz, Alan. Prisoner B-3087 at Becky's Bookshelf
Grimes, Nikki. Barack Obama at A Wrung Sponge
Hand in Hand at The Brown Bookshelf.
Lake, Nick. In Darkness at We Sat Down
Lasky, Kathryn. Vision of Beauty at Teach.Mentor.Texts. and The Fourth Musketeer
Look, Lenore. Alvin Ho at Boys Rule Boys Read
Manzano, Sonia. Revolution of Evelyn Serrano at Next Best Book.
Myers, Walter Dean. Riot at A Foodie Bibliofile in Wanderlust
Nelson, Kadir. Various Titles at Portable Teacher
Neri, G. Ghetto Cowboy at Middle Grade Ninja
Nakhi Stories of China at The Saffron Tree
Pipe, Jim. Hoping for Peace in Sudan at Provo Library Children's Book
Shelton, Paula Young. A Child of the Civil Rights Movement at A Teaching Life
Sheth, Kashmira. Boys Without Names at Next Best Book
Coretta Scott King Award and Pura Belpre Awards at Mrs. F-B's Book Blog
Coretta Scott King Awards at Great Kid Books.
The Brown Bookshelf has interviews with various authors every day this month, starting with Malaika Rose Stanley.