It's a beautiful Sunday, and there's lots to do outside, so I haven't scavenged to hunt down links to middle grade science fiction and fantasy posts that weren't already in my google blogger reader.
So if I missed your post, I'm sorry, and do let me know about it!
13 Secrets, by Michelle Harrison, at Nayu's Reading Corner
The Brimstone Key (Grey Griffins) by Derek Benz & JS Lewis, at somewhere in the middle
Charmed Life, by Diana Wynne Jones, at The Written World
The Dragon of Cripple Creek, by Troy Howell, at Educating Alice
The Familiers, by Adam Jay Epsteina and Andrew Jacobson, at One Librarian's Book Reviews
Forest Born, by Shannon Hale, at Beyond Books
Invisible Order: Rise of the Darklings, by Paul Crilley, at GreenBeanTeenQueen
Kat, Incorrigible, by Stephanie Burgis, at Steph Su Reads, Ex Libris, and Reading Fairy Tales
Lair of the Bat Monster (Dragonbreath 4), by Ursula Vernon, at Charlotte's Library
Mortal Engines, by Philip Reeve, at Read in a Single Sitting
River Secrets, by Shannon Hale, at Beyond Books
The Rotten Adventures of Zachary Ruthless, by Alan Woodrow, at Project Mayhem
Season of Secrets, by Sally Nichols, at Madigan Reads
The Seventh Princess, by Nick Sullivan, at Back to Books
Small Persons with Wings, by Ellen Booraem, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile and Mother Reader
A Tale of Two Castles, by Gail Carson Levine, at Eva's Book Addiction
The Time-travelling Fashionista, by Bianca Turetsky, at Charlotte's Library
Under the Green Hill, by Laura Sullivan, at One Librarian's Book Reviews
A World Without Heroes, by Brandon Mull, at Emily's Reading Room
and at Bookworming in the 21st Century there's a lovely bunch of middle grade short revews.
Just two interviews this week (that I found)
Danika Dinsmore (Brigitta of the White Forest) at I Am A Reader, Not a Writer
Cindy Callaghan (Just Add Magic) at Cynstations
Excitingly, fantasy rules over at School Library Journal's Battle of the Kids Books! Keeper vs The Ring of Soloman vs Consipracy of Kings (come back from the Dead!)
Here (from me, Charlotte's Library) are the new releases of middle grade sff for the first half of April
Thoughts by Emily Asher-Perrin at Tor on the reality of Neverland
The Carnegie Medal Shortlist has been announced...mg sff is represented (I think, kind of) by The Death Defying Pepper Roux (but is this really sff??? I haven't read it)
And finally, Judith at Misrule has been compiling all the links of memories and obituaries for Diana Wynne Jones. Thank you, Judith.