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Middle Grade Books I’d Like To Buddy Read With My Sister

My younger sister isn’t as big of a reader as I am, but she is at the age where is starting to read books that I remember reading and loving and books that I wouldn’t mind rereading! So, I thought it’d be fun if we read some books together and we could review them together here. I haven’t quiet put this plan in motion yet, but I still want to brainstorm some ideas of books I’d like to get to!

City Of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab

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This is the book that actually sparked the idea for me. I wanted to read it anyway, but then I realized that my sister might actually enjoy it too! I know that it does have some creepier parts, I think? Which I know I will enjoy and surprisingly my sister isn’t too bothered by stuff like that either. Plus, there’s a cat, ghosts, and it takes place in Scotland!

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The Dragon Warrior by Katie Zhao

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With just this cover alone, I could convince my sister to read this one haha. She adores dragons. And it’s about a girl becoming a warrior and fighting demons! (I have my fingers crossed I can come across an ARC so she can feel Extra Special that she can help me review it haha)

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Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee

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This one sounds super, super good. (I’m pretty sure my sister would call the synopsis epic) I’m super pumped it see the fox-magic weave it’s way into the story. It seems like it just jammed packed with super awesome stuff!

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The Bone Garden by Heather Kassner

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I’m actually really anticipating this one! With the title, I actually thought it was going to be YA, so I’m really pumped to see how it plays out! I know it’s about sort of the after life, bones, and the threat of crumbling into dusts. All things that make me want to read a book!

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The Dreadful Tale Of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Bracken

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I’ve enjoyed Bracken’s other books and I’ve really wanted to give this a shot, but I’ve just never found the time to squeeze it in. Now my sister and I can enjoy it together! And it’s all about demons and curses and betrayal, which sounds awesome.

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I thought I would have a harder time finding titles than I did! I actually had to cut some to make this post the length I wanted haha. It’s a good thing though as I have lots of options. And if you have any recommendations, I’m completely open! I (and my sister!) would love to have an even longer list than we already have!

Thank you for reading!

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