This week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (3/12/17)

Welcome to this week's round-up of what I gathered online this week of interest to fans of middle grade sci fi and fantasy.  Please let me know if I missed your post!

The Reviews

The Bone Snatcher, by Charlotte Salter, at The Book Smugglers

Boy X, by Dan Smith, at Say What?

Dragonwatch, by Brandon Mull, at Fantasy Faction

Dream Magic, by Joshua Kahn, at Say What?

The Girl Who Drank the Moon, by Kelly Barnhill, at For Those About to Mock and books4yourkids.com

If the Magic Fits (100 Dresses #1), by Susan Maupin Schmid, at Log Cabin Library

Me and Marvin Gardens, by Amy Sarig King, at The New York Times 

Miss Ellicott’s School for the Magically Minded, by Sage Blackwood, at Kirkus

Payback (Masterminds #3), by Gordon Korman, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Pip Bartlett's Guide to Unicorn Training, by Jackson Pearce and Maggie Stiefvater, at The Book Monsters and Charlotte's Library

Riverkeep, by Martin Stewart, at Sharon the Librarian

Shadow Magic, by Joshua Kahn, at alibrarymama

Showing Off (Upside Down Magic #3) by Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins, at Jen Robinson's Book Page

The Siege of Macindaw by John Flanagan, at Leaf's Reviews

Skyborn, by Lou Anders, at Fantasy Literature

Talons of Power, by Sage Blackwood, at Kitty Cat at the Library

Tricked n(Fairy Tale Reform School #3), by Jen Calonita, at Mom Read It

The Tundra Trails, by Monica Tesler, at Say What?

You Can't Hide (Shadow House) by Dan Poblocki, at The O.W.L.

Authors and Interviews

Margaret Dilloway (Xander and the Dream Thief: Momotaro #2), at Word Spelunking

Other Good Stuff

"Women who lead the Wild Hunt," at Seven Miles of Steel Thistles

Save the date for Kidlitcon 2017, in Hershey PA, on November 3rd and 4th--it promises to be a great weekend of books and friends and Chocolate!  Once again I'm the program organizer, and even though I've not officially posted a call for proposals, please get in touch if you want to come talk about something relevant to Childrens/YA  book reading and reviewing.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations on being program organizer for Kidlitcon!


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