This week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs, 2/11/18

Here's what I found in my blog reading this week; please let me know if I missed your post!  It was a good week of blog hunting for me, because I found two books to add to my own tbr list that I hadn't heard of before! (in case anyone is curious, I've put asterixes next to them....)

The Reviews

Christmas Carol and the Defenders of Claus by Robert L. Fouch, at Read Till Dawn

The Beginning Woods, by Malcolm McNeill, at Say What?

*The Boy From Tomorrow, by Camille DeAnelis, at Rajiv's Reviews

D Day: Battle on the Beach (Ranger in Time book 7), by Kate Messner, at Time Travel Times Two

Doll Bones, by Holly Black, at Weezie's Whimsical Writing

The Eye of the North, by Sinead O'Hart, at Minerva Reads

The Girl Who Drank the Moon, by Kelly Barnhill, at Tales of the Marvelous

The Hubble's Treasure Hunt, by Elaine Horesman, at Charlotte's Library

Love Sugar Magic: A Dash of Trouble, by Anna Meriano, at Pages Unbound Reviews

Marabel and the Book of Fate, by Tracy Barrett, at The Neverending TBR

Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow, by Jessica Townsend, at Pages Unbound Reviews

The Nocturnals: the Hidden Kingdom, by Tracey Hecht and Sarah Fieber, at Always in the Middle

The Nothing to See Here Hotel, by Steven Butler, at Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

Orphan Island, by Laurel Snyder, at Hope is the Word

Prisoner of Ice and Snow, by Ruth Lauren at Tales from the Raven

The Problim Children, by Natalie Lloyd, at Geo Librarian and Ms. Yingling Reads (scroll down)

The Royal Rabbits of London, by Santa Montefiore and Simoon Sebag, at Lemuria Blog

Shadow Weaver, by MarcyKate Connolly, at Rajiv's Reviews

Snow and Rose, by Emily Winfield Martin, at Charlotte's Library

The Thrifty Guide to Ancient Rome, and the Thrifty Guide to the American Revolution, by Jonathan W. Stokes at B and N Kids Blog

*Tin, by Padraig Kenny, at Minerva Reads

The Unicorn Quest, by Kamilla Benko, at Pop Goes the Reader, Ms. Yingling Reads, The Story Sanctuary, Mundie Kids, and Geo Librarian

Authors and Interviews

"Why We Need Portal Stories" by Kamilla Benko, at Nerdy Book Club

Sinead O'Hart (The Eye of the North) at Minerva Reads

Lena Roy and Charlotte Jones Voiklis (Becoming Madeleine) at B and N Kids Blog

Other Good Stuff

"Celebrating Wrinkle in Time With Writing" by Lena Roy, at Nerdy Book Club,and also "Some Things You Might Not Know about Madeline L'Engle" at 100 Scope Notes

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