There is a high chance that you know someone who is immersed in perusing a graphic novel. The good news is that this genre has many diverse and wonderful graphic novels for middle school readers. Read on to find out some of our favorite graphic novels for middle school students.
Allergic by Megan Wagner Lloyd
This novel features a girl with complicated allergies who are interested in finding the perfect pet! Maggie does not have a fantastic lifestyle compared to her siblings, and unfortunately, her parents don’t have much time as they expect a new baby at that period while her twin brothers stay in their domain.
Class Act by Jerry Craft
Drew Ellis, an Eighth grader, is always known to make the statement that “you have to work harder to perform well,” which was passed to him by his grandmother. But this doesn’t translate to getting the same opportunities afforded to his privileged classmates.
Pashmina by Nidhi Chanani
Priyanka Das is searching for answers to know why her mother left her in India and get to know her father and the reasons behind her mother’s decision. But her mother avoids these conversations. This novel is a tale of self-discovery and hardship that juggles between two worlds and two cultures.
Measuring Up by Lily LaMotte
Cici, a 12-year old girl, has just relocated to Seattle; she wants to celebrate the seventieth birthday of her grandmother. But the problem is that she has to win the kids’ cooking contest to reunite with her grandmother.
Princess Princess Ever After by Katie O’Neill
This novel showcases the exploits of a heroic princess, Amira rescuing Sadie from a tower prison. As they maneuver through the kingdom, they found out that they brought out the best in their partner. Thus, they need to form a partnership and use their bravery, kindness, and technical abilities to defeat a jealous sorceress who is hell-bent on destroying Sadie.
There you have it! Above are some graphic novels for middle school students. Middle school students find reading graphic novels quite exciting. If you have a middle school kid or want to reminisce about your past, ensure that you go through these fantastic graphic novels for middle school students.