Book Lover’s Day Feature | Middle Grade Series from Simon and Schuster

Hello readers,

While we are in the midst of the fall season, spring will be here before you know it and as we “spring forward” I wanted to share with you the return of a selection of some incredible series from Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing in celebration of National Book Lovers Day today! Readers are due to revisit the fantasy world of Wilderlore, travel internationally with the beloved City Spies, time travel with the kids of Broadway, and hunt down witches. Excited to hear more? Check out the books below and don’t forget to add to your spring TBR!

The Weeping TideWILDERLORE: THE WEEPING TIDE by Amanda Foody

Publication: 2/1/22

In this exciting second book in the Wilderlore series, Barclay and his friends must save an island city from the Legendary Beast of the Sea. This series is perfect for fans of Nevermoor and How to Train Your Dragon.

Forbidden CityCITY SPIES: THE FORBIDDEN CITY by James Ponti

Publication: 2/1/22

In this third installment in the New York Times bestselling series from Edgar Award winner James Ponti, the young group of spies help a fellow agent in another international adventure perfect for fans of Spy School and Mrs. Smith’s Spy School for Girls.

Boulevard of DreamsFEARLESS: BOULEVARD OF DREAMS by Mandy Gonzalez

Publication: 4/5/22

Better Nate than Ever meets Love Sugar Magic in this spooky second novel in the Fearless middle grade series from Hamilton and Broadway star Mandy Gonzalez about a group of young thespians who time travel back to 1950s Broadway.

Publication: 4/5/22

Perfect for fans of Newbery winner The Girl Who Drank the Moon, the adventurous and utterly relatable second book in the haunting and magical Thirteen Witches series from New York Times bestselling author Jodi Lynn Anderson follows Rosie as she hunts the remaining witches.

Happy reading!

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