This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy (9/23/18)

Here's this week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (please let me know if I missed your post!)

The Reviews

The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge, at Charlotte's Library

The Apprentice Witch, by James Nicol, at The Biblio Life

Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshini Chokshi, at prosenkahn

Bad Mermaids Make Waves, by Sibéal Pounder, at Pages Unbound

City of Ghosts, by Victoria Schwab, at Charlotte's Library

Dactyl Hill Squad, by Daniel José Older, at The Book Wars and Shelf Awareness

A Hint of Hydra, by Heidi Land and Kati Bartowski, at Pages Unbound

How I Became a Ghost, by Tim Tingle, at From the Mixed Up Files

The Last Kids on Earth and the Cosmic Beyond, by Max Brailler, at The O.W.L. and Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

The Nebula Secret (Explorer Academy 1) by Trudi Trueit, at Mom Read It

The Once and Future Geek (Camelot Code 1), by Mari Mancusi, at Rajiv's Reviews

The Phantom Files: Twain's Treasurem by William B. Wolfe, at Locus

The Pool of Fire, by John Cristopher, at Leaf's Reviews

Rules for Thieves, by Alexandra Ott, at Say What?

The Snow Witch, by Rosie Boyes, at Log Cabin Library

The Storm Runner, by Jennifer Cervantes, at Mom Read It and Owl Always Be Reading

Sweep, by Jonathan Auxier, at Waking Brain Cells and Fantasy Literature

Thrones and Bones (Nightborn 2), by Lou Anders, at Say What?

An Unexpected Adventure, by Kandi J. Wyatt, at Kitty Cat at the Library

Wizardmatch, by Lauren Magaziner, at Semicolon

Two at Ms. Yingling Reads--The Storm Runner and The Last Kids on Earth and the Cosmic Beyond

Authors and Interviews

Daniel José Older (Dactyl Hill Squad) at Publishers Weekly

Rob Vlock (Sven Carter and the Android Army) at Middle Grade Book Village

Jennifer Cervantes (The Storm Runner) at The Children's Book Review

Other Good Stuff

Here's a look at "The Luck of Edenhall" which sounds like something you'd find in a mg fantasy...

And for Lego enthusiasts, here's the most amazing Helm's Deep that probably will never be surpassed; 1700 mini figures....(via Rachel Neumeier)

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