This week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs (3/25/18)

Welcome to this week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs! Let me know if I missed your post.

The Reviews:

The Art of the Swap, by Kristine Asselin and Jen Malone, at Charlotte's Library

Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi, at This Kid Reviews Books, Book Nut, Fantasy LiteratureMom Read It

Buttheads from Outer Space, by Jerry Mahoney, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Cat Between Two Worlds, by Lesley Renton, at Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers 

The Crowns of Croswald, by D.E. Night, at Log Cabin Library

Curse of the Ancients (Infinity Ring Book Four), by Matt de la Peña, at Time Travel Times Two

The Downward Spiral by Ridley Pearson, at This Kid Reviews Books

Fever Crumb, by Philip Reeve, at Proseandkahn

The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing (Mo and Dale Mysteries #2), by Sheila Turnage, at The Story Sanctuary.

The House With Chicken Legs, by Sophie Anderson, at Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

How to Sell Your Family to the Aliens, by Paul North, at The Reading Nook Reviews

Marabel and the Book of Fate, by Tracy Barrett, at Cover2Cover

A Problematic Paradox, by Eliot Sappingfield, at Ms. Yingling Reads and  Say What?

The Problim Children, by Natalie Lloyd, at Mom Read It

The Serpent's Secret, by Sayantani DasGupta, at Charlotte's Library

Simon Thorne and the Shark's Cave, by Aimee Carter, at Say What?

The Stone Girl's Story, by Sarah Beth Durst, at Say What?

The Tale of Angelino Brown by David Almond, at Waking Brain Cells

Thornhill, by Pam Smy, at Strange and Random Happenstance

The Unicorn Quest, by Kamilla Benko, at Jean Little Library

A Witch Alone, by James Nichol, at Library Girl and Book Boy

Authors and Interviews

Roshani Chokshi (Aru Sha and the End of Time), at The Book Smugglers

Jonathan Rosen (From Sunset Till Sunrise), at Middle Grade Book Village

Other Good Stuff

Five classic scarry mg stories at the Barnes and Noble Kids Blog

A post at the Nerdy Book Club that's about mysteries, not fantasy, but still interesting and applicable--Writing Mysteries for Girls by Sheela Chari; likewise, The Fallacy of the Strong Female Character, at Erin Dionne

Check out the on-going Tolkien Extravaganza at Pages Unbound

Toys R Us, my father, The Black Cauldron, and re-reading--a story from my reading childhood, at Charlotte's Library

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