The week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from aroung the blogs (11/15/20)

Hi all!  Here's what I found this week; enjoy!  (and please let me know if I missed your post)

The Reviews

The Candy Mafia, by Lavie Tidhar, illustrated by Daniel Duncan, at Kids Lit Review

The Creature Keeper, by Damaris Young, at bookloverjo

Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch, by Julie Abe, at Geo Librarian 

A Game of Fox and Squirels, by Jenn Reese, at Heavy Medal

Harding's Luck, by E. Nesbit, a post by Delia Sherman at Seven Miles of Steel Thistles

Hatch, by Kenneth Oppel, at Fantasy Literature

Hide and Seeker, by Daka Hermon, at Geo Librarian

How to Save the Universe (Dimension Why #1), by John Cusick, at Ms. Yingling Reads 

In the Red, by Christopher Swiedler, at Say What?

Just Beyond the Very, Very Far North by Dan Bar-el, illustrated by Kelly Pousette, at Randomly Reading

Mañanaland, by Pam Muñoz Ryan, at Children's Books Heal

Maya and the Rising Dark, by Rena Barron, at The Caffinated Reader

Night of the Living Ted, by Barry Hutchison, illustrated by Lee Cosgrove, at Jean Little Library

Rival Magic, by Deva Fagan, at Geo Librarian 

Scritch Scratch, by Lindsay Currie, at Say What?

Toro, by Andrew Avner, at Log Cabin Library  

The Undrowned,  by K.R. Alexander, at Ms. Yingling Reads

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel, by Sheela Chari, at Mom Read It

Wishes and Wellingtons, by Julie Berry, at Charlotte's Library

The Wizards of Once, by Cressida Cowell, at Fantasy Literature

Two books starring apprentice witches at alibrarymama-Kiki’s Delivery Service, by Eiko Kadono, and Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch, by Julie Abe 

Three "stunning sequels" at A little but a lot - Tilly and the Map of Stories, by  Anna James, Frostheart 2: Escape from Aurora, by Jamie Littler, and The Midnight Howl, by Benjamin Read and Laura Trinder

Four at Feed Your Fiction Addiction-Paola Santiago and the River of Tears, by Tehlor Kay Mejia, Mañanaland, by Pam Muñoz Ryan, The Copycat by Wendy McLeod MacKnight, and Shuri: A Black Panther Novel by Nic Stone

Author and Interviews  

Katharine Orton (Glassheart), at A little but a lot,  and Library Girl and Book Boy

Sofiya Pasternak (Anya and the Nightingale), at The Book of Life podcast

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