I'm a little late getting this week's round-up posted, but for a rather relevant, as well as very pleasant, reason--I was busy chatting with Sage Blackwood, who is visiting these parts. (Here's what was especially interesting--my favorite part of Jinx is the bit before Things Really Start Happening, and Sage wrote lots more of this part that didn't make it into the final book....sigh.)
As always, please let me know if I missed your post!
Beyond Silence, by Eleanor Cameron, at Charlotte's Library
Dark Lord: School's Out, by Jamie Thompson, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile
Doll Bones, by Holly Black, at Shelf Space Needed
Greenglass House, by Kate Milford, at books4yourkids, Hope is the Word, and Pages Unbound
Hades Speaks! by Vicky Alvear Shecter, at This Kid Reviews Books
The Islands of Chaldea, by Diana Wynne Jones and Ursula Jones, at alibrarymama
The Magic Thief: Home, by Sarah Prineas, at Charlotte's Library
The Map to Everywhere, by Carrie Ryan and John Parke Davis, at Charlotte's Library
Masterpiece, by Elise Broach, at Read Till Dawn
Pathfinder, by Angie Sage, at Redeemed Reader
The Screaming Staircase, by Jonathan Stroud, at SLJ (audiobook review)
Secrets of the Terra-Cotta Soldier, by Ying Chang Compestine and Vincent Compestine, at Charlotte's Library
Sleeping Beauty's Daughters, by Diane Zahler, at Tales of the Marvelous
Space Case, by Stuart Gibbs, at Semicolon
The Squickerwonkers, by Evangeline Lilly, at Wondrous Reads
Time Square: UFO, by S.W. Lothian, at This Kid Reviews Books
The Witch's Boy, by Kelly Barnhill, at Nerdy Book Club and A Fantastical Librarian
Zero Degree Zombie Zone, by Patrik Henry Bass, at alibrarymama
The Zoo at the Edge of the World, by Eric Kahn Gale, at Ex Libris
Two audiobooks at Librarian of Snark--Under Wildwood, by Colin Meloy, and The Magician, by Michael Scott
Authors and Interviews
David Almond at The Guardian
Kate Hall (The Astronomer Who Met the North Wind) at The Book Smugglers
Other Good Stuff
This week's Tuesday Ten at Views from the Tesseract is a collection of ships.
It's the second Annual Diversity Month at Twinja Book Reviews--check it out!
The most recent short story published by The Book Smugglers, The Astronomer Who Met the North Wind, is up at their site,and is a lovely mg one.
And now I must get back to busy busy reading for the Cybils Awards....I have 40 books left to read out of 155.....