This week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs (3/5/`7)

Welcome to another week's worth of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs!  Please let me know if I missed your post, and I'll put it in.

The Reviews

The Battle of Hackham Heath, by John Flanagan, at Say What?

Beauty, by Robin McKinley, at Redeemed Reader

Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book, by Jennifer Donnelly, at Fantasy Book Critic

The Blazing Bridge, by Carter Roy, at Mom Read It, Always in the Middle, and Geo Librarian

Choke, by Obert Skye, at Say What?

The Crooked Sixpence, by Jennifer Bell, at Log Cabin Library

Disenchanted: the Trials of Cinderella, by Megan Morrison, at Leaf's Reviews and Pages Unbound

The Doll's Eye, by Marina Cohen, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Dr. Fell and the Playground of Doom, by David Nielsen, at Got My Book (audiobook review)

Horizon, by Scott Westerfeld, at The Write Path

The House of Months and Years, by Emma Trevayne, at Sharon the Librarian

Nightborn, by Lou Anders, at Fantasy Literature

Ollie's Odyssey, by William Joyce, at Charlotte's Library

Realm Breaker, by Laurie McKay, at Charlotte's Library

Tut: My Epic Battle To Save the World, by P.J. Hoover, at B. and N. Kids Blog

Three at The Bookshelf Gargoyle--What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible, by Ross Welford, and Shane Hegarty's Darkmouth books.

Authors and Interviews

P.J. Hoover (Tut) on creating promotional extras, at Cynsations

Other Good Stuff

A tribute to Ruth Chew at Time Travel Times Two

The women of NASA Lego project is a GO! (read more at Tor)

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