7/29/12

This Sunday's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs (7/30/2012)

Here are the results of my internet grazing (picture of grazing sci fi sheep at right found at Light Reading).

Please let me know if I missed your mg sff post!

The Reviews


Alex and the Ironic Gentleman, by Adrienne Kress, at Once Upon a Bookshelf

The Amulet Series, by Kazu Kibuishi, at Fantasy Literature

Artemis Fowl and the Last Guardian, at The Book Zone

The Emporer of Nihon-Ja, by John Flanagan, at Karissa's Reading Review

The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making, by Catherynne M. Valente, at Great Imaginations

Heaven Eyes, by David Almond, at Books Beside My Bed

Hilda and the Midnight Giant, by Luke Pearson, at Jean Little Library

Magyk, by Angie Sage, at Adventures of a Book Wyrm

The Moon Coin, by Richard Due, at Sharon the Librarian

The Mysterious Howling, by Maryrose Wood, at Jen Robinson's Book Page

N.E.R.D.S., by Michael Buckley, at books4yourkids

On the Blue Comet, by Rosemary Wells, at Time Travel Times Two

Ordinary Magic, by Caitlen Rubino-Bradway, at Slatebreakers

The Second Spy, by Jacqueline West, at Cracking the Cover

Shadow Spell, by Caro King, at Charlotte's Library

Sidekicks, by Jack D. Ferraiolo, at books4yourkids

Small Medium at Large, by Joanne Levy, at Readatouille

The Son of Neptune, by Rick Riordan, at Fyrefly's Book Blog

The Unseen Guest, by Maryrose Wood, at Welcome to My Tweendom

What Came From the Stars, by Gary Schmidt, at My Brain On Books

Authors and Illustrators

Elizabeth Bellows (Alexander Drake's Extraordinary Pursuit) at A Thousand Wrongs

Jacqueline West (The Second Spy) at Cracking the Cover

More Good Stuff


Kidlitcon is my favorite of all conferences. It's a gathering of childrens and YA book bloggers, just us all sitting around and talking kids books. And this year it will be held in New York City, September 28-29, 2012. Do come! I haven't seen registration info yet, but the call for submisisons for panels is up, here at Fuse #8 (Betsy is organizing the conference this year).

Here are all the chapter illustrations from Harry Potter--it's interesting to see things getting darker! (via reddit)

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