this week's round-up of mg sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (6/16/19)

Here's what I found this week; please let me know of any posts I missed!  thanks.

The Reviews

Alistair Grim's Odditorium, by Gregory Funaro, at Feed Your Fiction Addiction

Begone the Raggedy Witches, by Celine Kiernan, at proseandkahn (audiobook review)

The Book of Secrets, and The Books of Answers ( Ateban Cipher #s 1 and 2), by A.L. Tait, at Charlotte's Library

Briar and Rose and Jack, by Katherine Coville, at BooksForKidsBlog

The Clockwork Ghost, by Laura Ruby, at Puss Reboots

Dino Knights, by Jeff Norton, at Charlotte's Library

Dragon Pearl, by Yoon Ha Lee, at TBR and Beyond

Fire and Thorn, by Mary Yee, at Nike N. Chillemi

Furthermore, by Tahereh Mafi, at Read Yourself Happy

The Little Grey Girl, by Celine Kiernan, at It's All About the Book

The Monster Catchers, by George Brewington, at My Comfy Chair

The Root of Magic, by Kathleen Benner Duble, at Always in the Middle and Charlotte's Library

Scary Stories for Young Foxes, by Christian McKay Heidiker, at Fuse #8

Thisby Thestoop and the Wretched Scrattle, by Zac Gorman, at Log Cabin Library

Through the Untamed Sky (Riders of the Realm #2), by Jennifer Alvarez, at Children's Books Heal

Authors and Interviews

Tui T. Sutherland (Wings of Fire) at Publishers Weekly

Megan Frazer Blackmore (The Story Web) at Nerdy Book Club

Rajani Larocca, at YAOMG, and ABA

Caroline Carlson (The Door at the End of the World) at SteaMG
Chelsea Flagg (Tinsy Clover) at This is Writing

Erin Entrada Kelly (Lelani of the Distant Sea) at Harper Stacks

Adam Jay Epstein (Snared) at What and Why with Max Ross (podcast)

Other Good Stuff

More new books in the UK at Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

Movie news--
One of the few Discworld books that I'd label "middle grade," The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents," is coming to the screen, more at Tor
Amari and the Night Brothers, by B.B. Alston, is coming from Universal; more here at The Hollywood Reporter

"Five Magical Realism Books for Kids Who Love Magic" at The Children's Book Review (note from me-is it time for me to just accept that "magical realism" has been co-opted to mean "magic in the real world" and move on with my life?)

Get your Hildafolk feels in real life with these giant wooden sculptures in the forests of Denmark

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