Another Sunday, another round-up. (If you are new to these round-ups, here's how they work). Please let me know if I missed something either by leaving a comment or emailing me (charlotteslibrary at gmail dot com)!
Behemoth, by Scott Westerfeld, at The Book Zone (for boys)
The Coming of the Dragon, by Rebecca Barnhouse, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.
The Dragon Games (Books of Umber 2) P. W. Catanese, at Book Talk
The End of the World Club, by J & P Voelkel, at Charlotte's Library
Fairies and the Quest for Neverland, by Gail Carson Levine, at Shannon Whitney Messenger
Fever Crumb, by Philip Reeve, at Fantasy Literature
Forgive My Fins, by Tera Lynn Childs, at Small Review
The Grimm Legacy, by Polly Shulman, at Biblio File.
The Hawk and His Boy, by Christopher Bunn, at Rita's World.
The Invisible Order: Rise of the Darklings, by Paul Crilley, at Beyond Books.
The Lost Hero, by Rick Riordan, at Ex Libris
The Nine Pound Hammer (The Clockwork Dark 1), by John Claude Bemis, at Middle Grade Ninja
Real Mermaids Don't Wear Toe Rings, by Hélène Boudreau, at Manga Manica Cafe and One Book at a Time
The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic, by Jennifer Trafton, at BookKids
Season of Secrets, by Sally Nicholls, at Kids Lit (possibly this isn't fantasy...but I want to read it!)
The Shadows (The Books of Elsewhere 1), by Jacqueline West, at Beyond Books.
The Thirteenth Princess, by Diane Zahler, at Madigan Reads
Trail of Fate, by Michael P. Spradlin, at Fantasy Literature
A Whole Nother Story, by Dr. Cuthbert Soup, at Wandering Librarians
The Wide-Awake Princess, by E.D. Baker, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile
Windblowne, by Stephen Messer, at Fuse #8
A two for one post at Finding Wonderland--The Magic Thief: Found, by Sarah Prineas, and Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus, by R.L. LaFevers
Authors interviewed and guest posting:
Hilari Bell (most recently The Trickster's Girl, which is YA, but also the mg Goblin Gate) at The Enchanted Inkpot
John Claude Bemis (The Clockwork Dark Series) at Middle Grade Ninja.
Hélène Boudreau (Real Mermaids Don't Wear Toe Rings) at Manga Maniac Cafe.
Janice Hardy (Blue Fire, book 2 of the Healing Wars) at Cynsations
Dr. Cuthbert Soup (Another Whole Nother Story) at TC&TBC
Jennifer Trafton (The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic) at The Rabbit Room
Other Things of Interest:
The sad news this week was the passing of Dick King Smith...His book, The Sheep-Pig (1983), became Babe, one of my favorite movies ever.
This week's Fairytale Reflections guest at Seven Miles of Steel Thistles is Gillian Philip, talking about Tam Lin.
Author N.R. Williams is blog touring to promote her new book, The Treasures of Carmelidrium; the full schedule can be found here.
And finally, here is a steampunk wedding cake, found at Ciara Knight's Steampunk Saturday: