This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (3/13/16)

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

The Reviews

Alcatraz vs. the Evil Librarians, by Brandon Sanderson, at Fantasy Literature

Beetle Boy, by M.G. Leonard, at Mom Read It

Charmed, by Jen Calonita, at Cracking the Cover

The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle, by Janet Fox, at Great Imaginations and Book Nut

City of Thirst, by Carrie Ryan and John Parke Davis, at Charlotte's Library

The Clockwork Three by Matthew J. Kirby, at Read Till Dawn

Criminal Destiny, Gordon Korman, at Read Till Dawn

Forest of Wonders, by Linda Sue Park, at the NYT Book Review

Grounded: The Adventures of Rapunzel, by Megan Morrison, at Snuggly Oranges

The Island of Dr. Libris, by Chris Grabenstein, at Cindy Reads A Lot

Island of Graves, by Lisa McMann, at Buxton's Fantasy and Science Fiction Novels

The Letter for the King, by Tonke Dragt, at Semicolon

Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars, by Ellen MacGregor, at Views from the Tesseract

The Night Parade, by Kathryn Tanquary, at Word Spelunking

A Pocket Full of Murder, by R.J. Anderson, at Semicolon

Red, by Liesl Shurtiff, at The Reading Nook Reviews

Secrets of Valhalla, by Jasmine Richards, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Serafina and the Black Cloak, by Robert Beatty, at Kitty Cat at the Library

Story Thieves: The Stolen Chapters, by James Riley, at Buxton's Fantasy and Science Fiction Novels

The Thickety, by J.A White, at The Bookshelf Gargoyle (and scroll down for The Diary of Anna, the Girl Witch, by Max Candee)

A World Without Heroes, by Brandon Mull, at The Fictional Reader

Two at Ms. Yingling Reads--Lockdown (Urban Outlaws #3), by Peter Jay Black, and The Trouble with Fuzzwonker Fizz, by Patrick Carman

Authors and Interviews

Elise Stephens (Guardian of the Gold Breathers) at Word Spelunking

Keira Gillet (the Zaria Fierce Trilogy) at Mother Daughter Book Reviews

Other Good Stuff

At American Indians in Children's Literature there's a round up of Native People's response to J.K. Rowling's "History of Magic in North America" stories.

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