This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (5/26/19)

Welcome to this week's round-up!  Please let me know if I missed your post.

BREAKING NEWS:  Kidlitcon 2020 will be held in Ann Arbor, Michigan March 27th and 28, 2020!  The organizers this year are Katy Kramp @alibrarymama, Maggi Rhode, @mama_librarian, and Nekenya Yarbrough.  If you have any ideas for panels, or want to know more about being on panel, email kidlitcon@gmail.com.  A website is coming, but until then visit @kidlitcon on twitter.

The Reviews

Anya and the Dragon, by Sofiya Pasternack, at Hit or Miss Books 

Aru Shah and the End of Time, by Roshani Chokshi, at metalphantasmreads (audiobook review)

Boot: Small Robot, Big Adventure, by Shane Hegarty, at thereaderteacher

The First (Endling #2) by Katherine Applegate, at Say What?

The Girl with the Dragon Heart, by Stephanie Burgis, at Say What?

Lalalni of the Distant Sea, by Erin Entrada Kelly, at Abby the Librarian

The Library of Ever, by Zeno Alexander, at J.R.'s Book Reviews and Charlotte's Library

Lingering Echos, by Angie Smibert, at Always in the Middle

Malamander, by Thomas Taylor, at Whispering Stories

Maximillian Fly, by Angie Sage, at Fuse #8

Ogre Enchanged, by Gail Carson Levine, at Book Scents

The Polar Bear Explorers Club, by Alex Bell, at Pages Unbound

The Queen's Secret, by Jessica Day George, at The Story Sanctuary and Charlotte's Library

Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles (Ronan Boyle #1), by Thomas Lennon, at Say What?

The Shadow Cipher, by Laura Ruby, at 24hryabookblog

Spark, by Sarah Beth Durst, at Ms. Yingling Reads and pamelakramer.com

Spindrift and the Orchid, by Emma Trevayne, at Not Acting My Age

Tilly and the Book Wanderers, by Anna James, at A Dance With Books

We're Not From Here, by Geoff Rodkey, at proseandkahn

and at the B. and N. Kids blog, I made a list of recent series starters that has a lot of fantasy on it....

Authors and Interviews

Dominique Valente (Starfell Willow Moss and the Lost Day), at thereaderteacher (also review)

Rajani LaRocca (Midsummer's Mayhem) at Kidlit411 and, with her agent Brent Taylor, at Literary Rambles

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing, Charlotte. Also, I think Katy is @ALibraryMama. I scheduled a tweet for Tuesday when more people will be back online :-).


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