This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (2/10/19)

Here's what I found this week; please let me know if I missed your post!

The Reviews

The Adventurer's Guide to Treasure (and How to Steal It), by Wade Albert White, at Say What?

Angel and Bavar, by Amy Wilson, at Crossroad Reviews 

Big Foot and Little Foot by Ellen Potter (series review) at Geo Librarian

The Book of Boy, by Catherine Gilbert Murdock, at Sonderbooks

The Boggart Fights Back, by Susan Cooper, at BooksForKidsBlog

Cogheart, by Peter Bunzl, at Log Cabin Library, Confessions of a Serial Reader, and Cracking the Cover

Dragon Pearl, by Yoon Ha Lee, at the B. and N. Kids Blog

Dragon Slippers, by Jessica Day George, at Hidden in Pages

Eventown, by Corey Ann Haydu, at Waking Brian Cells

The Ghost Road, by Charis Cotter, at Puss Reboots

The Girl with the Dragon Heart, by Stephanie Burgis, at By Singing Light

The Hive Queen, by Tui T. Sutherland, at Hidden in Pages

The Ice Garden, by Guy Jones, at Charlotte's Library

Into the Jungle, by Katherine Rundell, at Redeened Reader

The Last Timekeepers and the Arch of Atlantis, by Sharon Ledwith, at Say What?

Little Red Rodent Hood, by Ursula Vernon, at Jean Little Library

The Lost Girl, by Anne Ursu, at Kristi Call and Maria's Melange

Nightbooks, by J.A. White, at Forever Lost in Literature

Outwalkers, by Fiona Shaw, at Charlotte's Library

The Owls Have Come to Take Us Away, by Roland Smith, at The Winged Pen

A Sprinkle of Spirits, by Anna Meriano, at Charlotte's Library
Sweep, by Jonathan Auxier, at Random Musings of a Bibliophile and Reading in the Middle Grades

Unwritten, by Tara Gilboy, at Sharon the Librarian

Viper, by Bex Hogan, at Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

We're Not From Here, by Geoff Rodkey, at Fuse#8

Authors and Interviews

Henry Lien (Peasprout Chen series) at WriteOnCon

Michelle Harrison (A Pinch of Magic) at A little but a lot

Anna Meriano (A Sprinkle of Spirits) at Nerdy Book Club and Las Musas

Other Good Stuff

The Waterstones Children's Book Prize Shortlists have been announced; here's the "younger fiction:"
all but one (The Mystery of the Colour Thief) is speculative fiction!

A round-up of mythic fantasy at Jean Little Library

SLJ is holding a Middle Grade Magic virual summit March 27

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