Hi. Here's another week's worth of the mg sff posts I found. I posted this yesterday, so if you had a post of your own on Saturday I might have missed it--let me know! And feel free to let me know of other blog posts I didn't find (or remember to link to).
Edited to add: I am back, and have added the additional links! Thanks. We were off in western Massachusetts, and visited the Eric Carle museum for the first time; there was a lovely exhibit of the original art from a number of Jane Yolen's books that I especially enjoyed (and would have enjoyed more if my boys hadn't been with me--the art is hung at a comfortble height for grown-ups, and they grew restless).
The 13 Curses, by Michelle Harrison, at Ex Libris
Bless This Mouse, by Lois Lowry, at GreenBeanTeenQueen
Bone, by Jeff Smith, at Stacked
The Call, by Michael Grant, at books4yourkids
Charmed Life, by Diana Wynne Jones, at Read in a Single Sitting
The Crowmaster (Invisible Fiends) by Barry Hutchison, at Bart's Bookshelf
The Dead Boys, by Royce Buckingham, at books4yourkids and Challenging the Bookworm
Dragonbreath, and Dragonbreath: Attack of the Ninja Frogs, by Ursula Vernon, at One Librarian's Book Reviews
Fever Crumb, by Philip Reeve, at Adventures of Cecelia Bedelia
Foiled, by Jane Yolen, at Great Kid Books
The Giver, by Lois Lowry, at Middle Grade Ninja
House of the Star, by Caitlin Brennan, at Charlotte's Library
Kat, Incorribable (UK title A Most Improper Magick) by Stephanie Brugis, at Book Aunt
The Last Olympian, by Rick Riordan, at Beyond Books
The Little White Horse, by Elizabeth Goudge, at Ex Libris
Museum of Thieves, by Lian Tanner, at BSCKids
Reckless, by Cornelia Funke at Book Dragon and books4yourkids
The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic, by Jennifer Trafton, at Book Aunt
Season of Secrets, by Sally Nichols, at book bits
Small Persons With Wings, by Ellen Booraem, at Fuse #8 and Becky's Book Reviews
A Tale Dark and Grimm, by Adam Gidwitz, at the excelsior file and Guys Lit Wire
Till Death Do Us Bark (43 Old Cemetery Road) by Kate Klise, at It's All About Books
Tom's Midnight Garden, by Philippa Pearce, at Books Under Skin
Tortilla Sun, by Jennifer Cervantes, at Charlotte's Library
A World Without Heroes, by Brandon Mull, at Ms. Martin Teaches Media
Interviews and Guest Posts
Barry Hutchison (Invisible Fiends) at Bart's Bookshelf
Janice Hardy (The Healing Wars) at Working Writers
Chelsea M. Campbell (The Rise of Renegade X) at Cynsations
Lois Lowry at Middle Grade Ninja
Other good stuff:
Topless Robot offers a list of "14 Great But Lesser-Known Fantasies for Lil' Nerd" - some I think are rather well-known, but others were new to me (this list skews a tad older then middle grade, but still well worth checking out)
And I have nothing else as an extra today....next week will be better.
EDITED TO ADD: I have a good thing!
Here's Jewell Parker Rhodes, reading from Ninth Ward, courtesy of White Readers Meet Black Authors.