This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (4/16/17)

Happy Easter, those who are celebrating!  I can't resist offering a Victorian Easter card, because it is in their Easter cards that the Victorians show just how really weird they were, but I did at least find one that is sci fi/fantasy-esque:

As usual, please let me know if I missed your post and I'll stick it in.

The Reviews

11 Birthdays, and all the rest of the Willow Falls books, by Wendy Maas, at alibrarymama

Blue Thread, by Ruth Tenzer Feldman, at Charlotte's Library

Camp So-And-So, by Mary McCoy, at Geo Librarian

Dragons Vs. Drones, by Wesley King, at Say What?

The Farthest Shore, by Ursula Le Guin, at Strange and Random Happenstance

The Fearless Travelers Guide to Wicked Places, by Pete Begler, at The Write Path and Nerdy Book Club

George Washington's Socks, by Elvira Woodruff, at Time Travel Times Two

Journey Across the Hidden Islands, by Sarah Beth Durst, at Charlotte's Library

Lucky Strikes, by Louis Bayard, at Pages Unbound Reviews

Me and Marvin Gardens, by Amy Sarig King, at Randomly Reading

The Moon Platoon, by Jeramey Kraatz, at Say What?

Musuem of Thieves, by Lian Tanner, at Say What?

Ratpunzel (Hamster Princess book 3), by Ursula Vernon, at Jean Little Library

Return to Augie Hobble, by Lane Smith, at The Bookshelf Gargoyle

Simple Plans (Evolution Revolution book 2) by Charlotte Bennardo, at Log Cabin Library

Star of Deltora series books 3 and 4, by Emily Rodda, at Charlotte's Library

The Titanitc Mission (Flashback Four book 2) by Dan Gutman, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Well of Witches (The Thickety book 3), by J.A. White, at Say What?

A Wizard Alone, by Diane Duanne, at Fantasy Faction

The Wizard's Dog, by Eric Kahn Gale, at Nerdophiles

Authors and Interviews

Ruth Lauren (Prisoner of Ice and Snow), at This Kid Reviews Books and Cracking the Cover

Andrea Kaczmarek (There's a Stinky Goblin in the Shed), at Middle Grade Ninja

Other Good Stuff

The 2016 Aurealis Awards (from Australia) have been announced, with MG Spec Fic well represented:

  • Blueberry Pancakes Forever, Angelica Banks (Allen & Unwin)
  • Magrit, Lee Battersby (Walker Books Australia)
  • Somebody Stop Ivy Pocket, Caleb Crisp (Bloomsbury)
  • The Turners, Mick Elliott (Hachette Australia)
  • When the Lyrebird Calls, Kim Kane (Allen & Unwin)
  • The Hungry Isle, Emily Rodda (Omnibus Books)

  • At The Guardian--"Fiction for 8- to 12-year-olds reviews – cyborgs, sisters and a girl called Owl"

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