This week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science-fiction from around the blogs (9/29/19)

Welcome to this week's round-up of mg sci fi and fantasy blog postings!  Please let me know if I missed anything (anyone is welcome to send me posts during the week for the following Sunday's round-up, including authors and publiscists etc.).

The Reviews

Anya and the Dragon, by Sofiya Pasternack, at Read Love

The Battle, by Karuna Riazi, at Charlotte's Library

City of Ghosts, by Victoria Schwab, at Fantasy Literature and Treestand Book Reviews

The Dark Lord Clementine, by Sarah Jean Horwitz, at Log Cabin Library

Dragonfell, by Sarah Prineas, at Puss Reboots

The Green Children of Woolpit, by J. Anderson Coats, at Charlotte's Library

The Library of Ever, by Zeno Alexander, at Cover2CoverBlog

The Lost Girl, by Anne Ursu, at Imaginary Friends

Malamander, by Thomas Taylor, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Marigold Star, by Elise Primavera, at Nayu's Reading Corner

The Red Rover: Origins, by C.E. Whitaker III, at The Write Path

Sal and Gabi Break the Universe, by Carlos Hernandez, at Imaginary Friends

Small Spaces, by Katherine Young, at Puss Reboots

The Specter Key, by Kaleb Nation, at Say What?

The Switching Hour, by Damaris Young, at Book Craic

Tin, by Pádraig Kenny, at Book Craic

Trace, by Pat Cummings, at RaiseThemRighteous

Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky, by Kwame Mbalia,at Ms. Yingling Reads

Two Girls, a Clock, and a Crooked House, by Michael Poole, at Cracking the Cover

Authors and Interviews

Carolyn Crimi (Weird Little Robots) at The Children's Book Review

Other Good Stuff

For the B. and N. Kids Blog, I made a list of great middle grade island books, including lots of fantasy!

And don't forget to head over to the Cybils Awards to nominate your favorite middle grade speculative fiction book from the past year (the year being Oct 16, 2018-Oct 15, 2019).  And you can also nominate books in each of the other categories as well....

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