This week's round up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogging world

Welcome to another week's worth of gleanings of middle grade fantasy and science fiction reviews and interviews from around the blogging world. If I missed your post, please let me know!

Be a Genie in Six Easy Steps, by Linda Chapman and Steve Coll (2009), at Charlotte's Library.

The Hotel Under the Sand, by Kage Baker (2009), at Becky's Book Reviews.

Lord Sunday, by Garth Nix (2010), at The Book Zone (for boys).

The Lost Conspiracy, by Frances Hardinge (2009), at BookKids.

The Nine Pound Hammer, by John Claude Bemis (2009), at Tor.

The Sable Queen (Redwall), by Brian Jacques (2010), at Where the Best Books Are.

Spellbinder, by Helen Stringer (2009), at One Librarian's Book Reviews.

The Thirteenth Princess, by Diane Zahler (2010), at the Jean Little Library.

The Wonderful O, by James Thurber, at Vulpis Libris.

The Puzzle Ring, by Kate Forsyth (2010 in the US), has been making the blog tour rounds, with stops (including guest posts and author interviews) at Wondrous Reads, Bookworming in the 21st Century, Hey! Teenager of the Year, Tales of Whimsy, Seven Miles of Steel Thistles (as well as an interview at Steel Thistles with the author on writing fantasy--an Australian perspective), Bookalicious Ramblings, The Word, and an also an interview at The Word), I Want to Read That, Today's Adventure, Me and My Big Mouth, My Fluttering Heart, and The Clock Monkey.


  1. I love ath you do this post. You always post a review I've missed! And I always get a book to add to the pile for my students.

  2. I didn't know Lord Sunday was about to come out--hooray!

  3. Thanks Jill!

    I'm looking forward to Lord Sunday too, Kate, but I think I might have to do a re-read--it's all gone fuzzy.


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