this week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from arount the blogs (6/21/20)

Welcome to this week's round-up of post about middle grade sci fi and fantasy books for kids 9-12 years old!  Please let me know if I missed your post.  (this is the first round-up with no books beginning with the letter S, so probably I missed something....)

The Reviews

All the Impossible Things, by Lindsay Lackey, at Not Acting My Age 

The Boy Who Grew Dragons, by Andy Shepherd, at Redeemed Reader

Braver: A Wombat’s Tale, by Suzanne Selfors and Walker Ranson, at Crossroad Reviews

Casper Tock and the Everdark Wings, by Abi Elphinstone, at Rajiv's Reviews

Changling (The Oddmire #1), by William Ritter, at Twirling Book Princess

Cleo Porter and the Body Electric, by Jake Burt, at Books. Iced Lattes. Blessed.

A Dragon's Guide to the Care and Feeding of Humans,  by Laurence Yep and Joanne Ryder, at Say What?

Dwarf Story, by Professor W. W. Marplot, at Woodpecker Books

Embassy of the Dead by Will Mabbitt, at Rajiv's Reviews

Equality Girls & the Purple Reflecto-Ray, by Aya de Leon, at Charlotte's Libary

The Girl and the Witch's Garden, by Erin Bowman, at Cracking the CoverBookworm for Kids, and  The Book Search

The Girl in the Locked Room: A Ghost Story, by Mary Downing Hahn, at Say What?

Ghost Squad, by Claribel A. Ortega, at Ambivert Words

Imani Earns Her Cape, by Bokerah Brumley, at Lorehaven Reviews

The Last Last-Day-of-Sumer, by Lamar Giles, at Teen Librarian Toolbox

The Map of Stars by Laura Ruby, at Puss Reboots

The Middler, by Kirsty Applebaum, at Juliet Boyd (YouTube)

Worst Witch to the Rescue, by Jill Murphy, at Say What?

The Wild Way Home, by Sophie Kirtley, at Book Craic

The Witches of Willow Cove, by Josh Roberts, at A Garden of Books

Two at Ms. Yingling Reads-- The One and Only Bob, by Katherine Applegate, and The Rider's Reign, by Jessica Day George

Two at Alittlebutalot--44 Tiny Secrets, by Sylvia Bishop, and The Boy Who Dreamed Of Dragons, by Andy Shepherd

Authors and Interviews

J. M. Bergen (Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria), at Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews

Lisa Foiles (Ash Ridley and the Phoenix) at The Worldshapers

Elaine Kaye (Bad Fairy) at Literary Rambles

Christine Tyalor-Butler (The Lost Tribes) at Black and White Words and Pictures Part 1 and Part 2

Other Good Stuff

An animorphs movie is in the works, via Tor

Tor does not like the new Artemis Fowl movie

and Tor continues to look at the Narnia books, with The Silver Chair featured this week.

An appreciation of Jonathan Auxier, at Jenni Enzor

Book Riot picks 20 middle grade magic books for seventh graders

stitch your own Bayeux Tapestry!

1 comment:

  1. Hello, Charlotte. Here's another "Authors and Interviews" piece for you: a conversation with Christine Tyalor-Butler, author of The Lost Tribes. Once again, in two parts:
    And now I'm off to edit the Bayeux Tapestry!


Free Blog Counter

Button styles