This week's round-up of middle grade science fiction and fantasy from around the blogs (7/29/18)

Welcome to this week's round-up; please let me know if I missed your post!

The Reviews

Across the Dark Water (Riders of the Realm 1), by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez, at Dogpatch Press

The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge, by M.T. Anderson and Eugene Yelchin, at Booklist Reader

Bob, by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead, at Geo Librarian

The Boggart Fights Back, by Susan Cooper, at The Booklist Reader

A Chase in Time, by Sally Nicholls, at Minerva Reads

The Door to Time (Ulysses Moore 1), by Pierdomenico Baccalario, at Say What?

Dragons in a Bag, by Zetta Elliott, at Say What?

Ends of the Earth (School for Spies 3), by Bruce Hale, at Say What?

The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm, at Pages Unbound

The Girl With the Dragon Heart, by Stephanie Burgis, at Family Bookworms

Ghost Boys, by Jewell Parker Rhodes, at Books My Kids Read

The Lost Continent (Wings of Fire 11), by Tui T. Sutherland, at Hidden in Pages and Charlotte's Library

Night Flights, by Philip Reeve, at Magic Fiction Since Potter

The Search for Delicious by Natalie Babbitt, at The Book Smugglers

The Secret War (Jack Blank 2) by Matt Myklusch, at Say What?

The Turning, by Emily Whitman, at Charlotte's Library

The Turnkey of Highgate Cemetery by Allison Rushby, at The Children's War

TwoSpells, by Matt Morrison, at Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

The Very Little Princess, by Marion Dane Bauer, at Tales from the Raven

Two Han Solo books, at Boys Rule Boys Read

Authors and Interviews

Armand Baltazar (Timeless – Diego And The Rangers Of The Vastlantic) at The Geekiverse

Kim Ventrella (Bone Hollow) at Watch.Connect.Read.

K.A. Reynolds (The Land of Yesterday) at Literary Rambles

Other Good Stuff

Lloyd Alexander’s Chronicles of Prydain Tells a Fresh Story with Old Tropes at Tor

It is almost August, and that means the call for Cybils Judges is right around the corner!  If you want to be part of a really great reading experience, get ready to apply!   That means making sure you have reviews up on your reviewing platform of choice for the category you're interested in (like, for instance, middle grade speculative fiction, the category that I'll be chairing again this year).  Here's an older post I wrote about why you should apply, and you can learn more at the Cybils website.  You're also welcome to ask me questions directly!

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