this week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (3/11/18)

Welcome to this week's sprung forward edition of what I found in my weekly blog reading of interest to us middle grade sci fi/fantasy fans!

The Reviews

Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi, at Hopeful Reads

Beast and Crown, by Joel Ross, at alibrarymama

Dominion, by Shane Arbuthnott, at alibrarymama

Dragon's Future by Kandi Wyatt, at Cover2CoverBlog (audiobook review)

Emily Windsnap and the Falls of Forgotten Island, by Liz Kessler, at Read Till Dawn

Frederik Sandwich and the Earthquake that Couldn't Possibly Be, by Kevin John Scott, at The Write Path

Granted, by John David Anderson, at Maria's Melange and  Log Cabin Library

The Ice Sea Pirates, by Frida Nilsson, at Semicolon

Intergalactic P.S. 3, by Madeleine L'Engle, at Charlotte's Library

The List, by Patricia Forde, at Semicolon

The Lost Frost Girl, by Amy Wilson, at This Kid Reviews Books

Love Sugar Magic-a Dash of Trouble, by Anna Meriano, at Mom Read It

Nightfall, by Shannon Messenger, at Pages Unbound Reviews

The Oceans Between Stars, by Kevin Emerson, at Charlotte's Library

The Problim Children by Natalie Lloyd, at Puss Reboots

Rebel Genius, by Michael DiMartino, at alibrarymama

The Serpent's Secret, by Sayantani DasGupta, at Rajiv's Reviews

Sisters of Glass, by Naomi Cyprus, at This Kid Reviews Books

The Spinner Prince (Pride Wars), by Matt Laney, at Books for Kids

Terra Nova, by Shane Arbuthnott, at Sci Fi and Scary

The Twistrose Key, by Tone Almhjell, at Hidden in Pages

The Zanna Functin, by Daniel Wheatley, at A Dance With Books

Three at Ms. Yingling Reads--The World Below, by Wesley King, The Serpent's Secret, by Sayantani DasGupta, and Leia, Princess of Alderan, by Claudia Gray

Authors and Interviews

Vashti Hardy (Brightstorm), at Minerva Reads

Diane Magras (The Mad Wolf's Daughter) at B. and N. Kids Blog

Amy Wilson (A Far Away Magic) at Stephanie Burgis

Other Good Stuff

This year's winner of the Blue Peter Award, given by the UK's Book Trust, is The Wizards of Once, by Cressida Cowell

Lots of Wrinkle in Time stuff out there; here's one I liked at Tor--How Could I Forget the Liberating Weirdness of Madeleine L’Engle? and here's a list of books for Wrinkle in Time fans to read next that I made for B and N Kids Blog

And though not quite seasonally appropriate here in the north-east, the homemade ice-cream books at Playing by the Book are utterly charming!

and finally, Kidlitcon 2019 will be next March, in Providence RI, hosted by me and Mia Wenjen of Pragmatic Mom! I hope you can come talk children's books and make new friends with us!

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