February 2017 Middle Grade Mania!

Middle Grade Mania is simple: The authors you see below are giving away their books for free. All you have to do to download them is click the books you want! When you click on a cover, you will be taken to that book's instafreebie page, where you can download it free of charge.


The Secret

by L. R. Patton

The Secret is a dark but invigorating beginning to an epic fantasy series inspired by well known fairy tales, fables and nursery rhymes, from author L.R. Patton. This fast-paced literary fantasy is perfect for fans of Harry Potter, The Land of Stories and the Earthsea series.

Jala and the Wolves

by Marti Dumas

When 6 year-old Jala is banished from the kitchen on Thanksgiving morning, her disappointment disappears when she discovers a magic mirror in her room. The mirror transports her to the world of wolves, and the fact that she’s become a wolf herself is only the beginning! Can she help her pack survive? And will she ever get back to her human family again?

The Silver Strand

by L. J. Clarkson

LJ Clarkson is an Australian author of whimsical, humorous and action packed middle grade fantasy.  In The Sliver Strand, Twelve year old Isabelle Treason has five days to save her dying magical silver strand if she has any hope of studying magic at Mastermind Academy.

Dotty and the Calendar House Key

by Emma Warner-Reed

When her parents die in a tragic firework accident, 9 year old Dotty Parsons is sent to live with her great uncle in ‘Deepest, Darkest Yorkshire’. As if that isn’t bad enough, the creepy old house is full of strange noises that seem to be coming from the chimneys. The old cook says it’s just jackdaws nesting. But that can’t be right – can it?

Fairy Eyeglasses

by Emily Martha Sorensen

When Cassie finds a magic pair of glasses that allow her to see fairies, she has to figure out where they came from . . . and what the fairies want her to do with them.

Lolli & the Lollipop

by Elena Paige

Elena Paige is a fantasy fiction author that loves telling stories of transformation and self-discovery. Her children’s book series Meditation Adventures for Kids are designed to increase children’s confidence, self-esteem and concentration in a fun adventurous way.

The Witch with the Glitch

by Adam Maxwell

Nina, Ivy and Oswald know a huge secret. There is a hidden room in the Lost Bookshop and the books inside are magic, transporting the children to untold adventure. When they find themselves zapped by the wand of a witch with a glitch they begin a race against time to reverse the spell.

The Painted Pony

by Angharad Thompson Rees

Enter a World of MAGIC & Possibilities...
Stargazer is a carousel pony who lives in a magical world full of colors neither you nor I have ever seen. He enjoys his life in the carnival, thank you very much – until he meets Sebastian, a young boy with a rather peculiar gift.

The Secret Lake

by Karen Inglis

A time travel mystery for ages 8-11. A lost dog, a hidden time tunnel and a secret lake take Stella and Tom to their home and the children living there 100 years in the past. Here they make both friends and enemies, and uncover startling connections with the present. (From British author, Karen Inglis.)

Luke's Wipeout

by Megy Davis

Luke, left home alone loves to take a walk on the wild side! Fun comes to a screeching halt as he battles his way through a confusing maze of fresh responsibility, romance, temptation, a house fire, a night in jail and more!

Alf the Workshop Dog

by Emma Calin

A contemporary illustrated fairy story for Middle Grade readers.  A shaggy-dog tale chapter-book divided into short sections with manga-style sketches and clickable QR codes to video, music clips and more to enhance the action and delight the emerging reader.

Love and Muddy Puddles

by Cecily Anne Paterson

 Thirteen year old fashionista Coco Franks has finally made it into the popular group when her dad decides to move the whole family to the country so they can 'bond'. Social death is looming, her shoes are covered in mud and all Coco wants to do is get herself back to her city friends. After all, things can't get any worse, right?

From the Forest to the Zoo

by Nathaniel Gold

Henry Chimpman was supposed to be the first chimpanzee in space. In this cross between Forrest Gump and Planet of the Apes, he learns what it takes to be the best he can be. Now Henry is on a mission to expose his experience in the space program.  Will running for Mayor in the APE Party help his cause, or will it simply turn him into a fugitive?

Rosco the Rascal Goes to Camp

by Shana Gorian

James and Mandy are off to summer camp with their loyal German shepherd, Rosco. During an unexpected thunderstorm in a game of capture-the-flag, a prankster finds himself lost and alone, with only Rosco to save him. Along the way, they learn some heard-earned lessons about friendship.