This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (9/9/18)

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

First--today's the last day to throw your name into the hat to be a Cybils panelist!  It is really fun, and really rewarding, and there are lots of great categories besides middle grade speculative fiction!  YA speculative fiction could use a few more applicants, for instance....

The Reviews

Begone the Raggedy Witches, by Celine Kiernan, at Whispering Stories 

The Cat at the Wall, by Deborah Ellis, at Millebot Reads

Escape to the Above, by Adam Jay Epstein, at Say What?

A Festival of Ghosts, by William Alexander, at Charlotte's Library

The Five Sisters, by Margaret Mahy, at Fantasy Literature

The Nebula Secret, by Trudi Trueit, at Always in the Middle, Word Spelunking, and Charlotte's Library

Otherwood, by Pete Hautman, at Waking Brain Cells

The Splintered Light, by Ginger Johnson, at Semicolon

The Storm Runner, by J. C. Cervantes, at Word Spelunking 

Storm Witch, by Ellen Renner, at A little but a lot and Book Murmuration

The Third Mushroom, by Jennifer Holm, at The Winged Pen

The Turnkey of Highgate Cemetery, by Allison Rushby, at Geo Librarian

The Wide-Awake Princess, by E.D. Baker, at A Backwards Story

Willa of the Wood, by Robert Beatty, at Sharon the Librarian

Two at Ms. Yingling Reads--The Voyage of the Dogs, by Greg Van Eekhout, and The Third Mushroom, by Jennifer Holm

Authors and Interviews

Greg Van Eekhout (Voyage of the Dogs) at Whatever

Ginger Johnson (The Splintered Light) at Nerdy Book Club

Josh Levy (Seventh Grade vs the Galaxy) at MG Book Village

Other Good Stuff

What's new in the UK, at Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

8 cold middle grade books (many of them fantasy) in case you are still suffering in the heat, which is not the case today here in Rhode Island....gathered by me at the B. and N. Kids Blog

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