Greetings from Sacramento! I am here for Kidlitcon, now over for another year, and have to check out of my hotel room in just a few minutes, so this is not as complete a list as I would have liked to offer....so let me know if I missed your post!
And please keep nominating books for the Cybils! There will be a round up of lists of un-nominated books at the Cybils site on Monday for your nominating convenience.
The Boundless, by Kenneth Oppel, at That's Another Story
The Fourteenth Goldfish, by Jennifer Holm, at alibrarymama and This Kid Reviews Books
Frostborn, by Lou Anders, at Reader Noir and Semicolon
Flora and Ulysses, by Kate DiCamillo, at Laurisa White Reyes
Gabriel Finely and the Raven's Riddle, by George Hagen, at Word Spelunking
The Glass Sentence, by S.E. Grove, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile
He Laughed with His Other Mouths, by M.T. Anderson, at Semicolon
The Iron Trial, by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare, at Book Nut and Ms. Yingling Reads
The Screaming Staircase (and also The Whispering Skull) by Jonathan Stroud at Librarian of Snark
Pennyroyal Academy, by M.A. Larson, at Effortlessly Reading (not yet nominated)
The School for Good and Evil (books 1 and 2) by Soman Chainani, at This Kid Reviews Books
Sky Jumpers, by Peggy Eddleman, at Becky's Book Reviews
Space Case, by Stuart Gibbs, at Book List (not yet nominated)
Sparkers, by Eleanor Glewwe, at Librarian of Snark (not yet nominated)
The Terror of the Southlands, by Caroline Carlson, at Project Mayhem (not yet nominated)
The Twin Powers, by Robert Lipsyte, at BooksForKidsBlog (not yet nominated)
The Whispering Skull, by Jonathan Stroud, at Bookyurt and Sonderbooks
The Zero Degree Zombie Zone, by Patrik Henry Bass, at This Kid Reviews Books
Authors and Interviews
Ellen Prager (Shark Whisperer) at The Children's Book Review
F.T. Bradley (the Double Vision series) at The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow
Sarwat Chadda (the Ash Mistry books) shares "My Multi-Colored Heroes" at Diversity in YA
Kit Grindstaff (The Flame in the Mist) at the SCBWI Blog
Other Good Stuff:
Lots of good stuff from Kidlitcon 2014, which I will write more about soon I hope; in the meantime, check out all the tweets at #kidlitcon.
A space-themed art interlude of covers from the 1940s and 50s at Views From the Tesseract
And also at Views from the Tesseract, a Tuesday 10 of Villainy!
Goodbye, Zilpha Keatley Snyder....Thank you for adding the world of Green Sky to my mental storehouse of lovely places.