Here you go! Let me know if I missed anything. I always finding things I missed (like this January review of The Crowfield Demon, by Pat Walsh, at Sci Fi Chick), and it makes me Sad.
Above World, by Jenn Reese, at BookYurt (Bookyurt?), and Live to Read
Ancient, Strange, and Lovely, by Susan Fletcher, at Library Chicken
The Bloomswell Diaries, by Louis L. Buitendag, at BooksYALove
The Book of Wonders, by Jasmine Richards, at Wicked Awesome Books and Book Review Blog for Caroline Hooton
The Cabinet of Earths, by Anne Nesbet, at My Brain on Books and Great Imaginations
The Clockwork Three, by Matthew Kirby, at Back to Books
Cold Cereal, by Adam Rex, at Book Aunt and More Than True
The Coming of the Dragon, by Rebecca Barnhouse, at My Favorite Books
The Dragon of Cripple Creek, by Troy Howell, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile
Earwig and the Witch, by Diana Wynne Jones, at Book Aunt
The Flint Heart, by Katherine Paterson and John Paterson, at Karin's Book Nook
Flyte, by Angie Sage, at Challenging the Bookworm (audio book review)
The Humming Room, by Ellen Potter, at Journey of a Bookseller and Great Imaginations
The Inquisitor's Apprentice, by Chris Moriarty, at Confessions of a Bibliovore
Ivy and the Meanstalk, by Dawn Lairamore, at One Librarian's Book Reviews
Liesl and Po, by Lauren Oliver, at Books Beside My Bed
The Midnight Zoo, by Sonya Hartnett, at Back to Books
A Monser Calls, by Patrick Ness, at Squeaky Books
Nicholas St. North and the Battle of the Nightmare King, by William Joyce, at Back to Books
On the Bright Side, by Shelli Johannes, at Project Mayhem
Ordinary Magic, by Caitlen Rubino-Bradway, at Stephanie Burgis
Pandemonium, by Chis Wooding and Cassandra Diaz, at Book Aunt
The Puzzle Ring, by Kate Forsyth, at Read in a Single Sitting
The Shadows (Book of Elsewhere 1), by Jaqueline West, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile
A Swiftly Tilting Planet, by Madeline L'Engle, at Tor
Villian School: Good Curses Evil, by Stephanie S. Saunders, at Kristen Evey
Winterling, by Sarah Prineas, at Just Booking Around
The Wishing Ring, by Shellie Neumier, at Novel Teen
At books4yourkids there's much praise for the Mega Mash Ups books.
Authors and Interviews
Sarah Prineas (Winterling) at From the Mixed Up Files
Liz Kessler (A Year Without Autumn) video interview at Cynsations
Other Good (?) Stuff:
Five Children and It, by E. Nesbit, is being re-written by Jaqueline Wilson--there's the Guardian's take. I don't think this is a good or necessary thing, mainly because I liked Nesbit just fine from the age of 8 on up.
I wrote a lenthy article, with all main points supported with direct quotes, on "parents" in A Wrinkle in Time.
Tending a bit YA-ward: Here's Lenore's round-up of the first week of her Dystopian February, and if there were more "middle grade" science fiction books, this survey of themes in YA sci fi, compiled by Margo Berendsen, would allow interesting comparisons to be made.
I like the looks of the Lord of the Ring legos very much:
But not as much as I like Dumbleworf: