This Week's Round Up of Middle Grade Sci fi and Fantasy from around the blogs (8/7/16)

Here's what I found this week.  Let me know if I missed your post; bloglovin turned ugly on me, so if you posted something on Monday or Tuesday, I might not have seen it....

The Reviews

Alistair Grim's Odditorium, by Gregory Funaro, at The Book Monsters

The Candymakers and the Great Chocolate Chase, by Wendy Mass, at Read Till Dawn

The Carpet People, by Terry Pratchett, at Back to Books

Crown of Earth, by Hilari Bell, at Leaf's Reviews

Dr. Fell and the Playground of Doom, by David Nielsen, at The Book Monsters, The Reading Nook Reviews, Literary Hoots, and My Brain on Books

The Girl Who Drank the Moon, by Kelly Barnhill, at Pages Unbound, Book Nut, Nerdy Book Club, and Word Spelunking

The Haunter, by R.L. Stine, at Ms. Yingling Reads

The Land of Stories: An Author's Odyssey, by Chris Colfer, at This Kid Reviews Books and by me at the B. and N. Kids Blog

The Littlest Bigfoot, by Jennifer Weiner, at Jean Little Library

Loki's Wolves, by K.L. Armstrong and M.A. Marr, at Good Books and Good Wine

The Lost Coloney (Artemis Fowl Book 5), by Eoin Colfer, at Say What?

The Mage of Trelian, by Michelle Knudsen, at Say What?

The Magic Mirror, by Zetta Elliott, at @HomeLibrarian

A Most Magical Girl, by Karen Foxlee, at Word Spelunking

Odin's Ravens, by K.L. Armstrong and M.A. Marr, at The Haunting of Orchid Forsythia

The Other Alice by Michelle Harrison, at Nayu's Reading Corner

The Peculiar Night of the Blue Heart, by Lauren DeStefano, at Welcome to My Tweendom

The Seventh Wish, by Kate Messner, at Always in the Middle

Authors and Interviews

David Neilsen (Dr. Fell and the Playground of Doom) at books4yourkids.com and The Book Monsters

Jennifer A. Nielsen (The Scourge) at Teens Read Too

Michelle Harrison (The Other Alice) at Nayu's Reading Corner and Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

Natalie Lloyd (The Key to Extraordinary) at the B. and N. Kids Blog

Kelly Barnhill (The Girl Who Drank the Moon) at The Horn Book


A Most Magical Girl, by Karen Foxlee, at Word Spelunking

Other Good Stuff

Tolkien's St. Bernard interviewed sixty years ago, at Project Mayhem

A thoughtful post from Tanita Davis about "clean" reads and young teens who aren't quite wanting to read full on YA.

At B. and N. Kids, I have a list of books that aren't sad or scary that includes several MG Spec Fic books

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