This week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction (5/9/21)

Here's what I found this week; enjoy adding to your tbr list! Once again, there are no books that start with "s."  It used to be the winner most years.  Odd.

As usual, let me know if I missed anything.

The Reviews

The Accidental Apprentice, by Amanda Foody, at and other tales

Amari and the Night Brothers, by B.B. Alston, at alibrarymama

The Antidote, by Susan McCormick, at Log Cabin Library

Bridge of Souls, by Victoria Schwab, at Twirling Book Princess

The Collectors Fright Watch, by Lorien Lawrence, at Rajiv's Reviews

The Dragon in the Library, by Louis Stowell, at Geo Librarian

The Last Fallen Star, by Graci Kim, at The Bookwyrm's Den, Book Nook Bits, and Nerdophiles

Last Gate of the Emperor, by Kwame Mbalia and Prince Joel Makonnen, at Stome Reads a Lot and Charlotte's Library

Legends of Olympus, by Alane Adams, at Mom Read It

Leonard (My Life As a Cat) by Carlie Sorosiak, at Children's Books Heal

The Memory Thief, by Jody Lynn Anderson, at Books YA Love 

The Mouse Watch Underwater by J.J. Gilbert, at Rajiv's Reviews

Oddity, by Eli Brown, at Fantasy Literature

Otto P. Nudd, by Emily Butler, at Mom Read It

Quintessence, by Jes Redman, at Pages Unbound

A Tangle of Spells, by Michelle Harrison, at Book Craic

Unlocked (Keepers of the Lost Cities #8.5), by Shannon Messenger, at Say What?

War of the Realms (Valkyrie #3), by Kate O'Hearn, at Say What?

Wicker Village (Nightmares in Aston, #1), by Michael J. Moore, at Bookworm for Kids

Willa of Dark Hollow, by Robert Beatty, at Nerdophiles

Three at Book Lover Jo (plus some non fantasy books)--Otherland, by Louie Stowell, The Strange Worlds Travel Agency: The Edge of the Ocean, by L.D. Lapinski, Between Sea and Sky, by Nicola Penfold 

Authors and Interviews

Shakirah Bourne (Josephine Against the Sea) at MG Book Village

Sam Subity (The Last Shadow Warrior) at MG Book Village, The Nerd Daily, and Bookish Society Secrets podcast

Kwame Mbalia & Prince Joel Makonnen (Last Gate of the Emperor), at From the Mixed Up Files

Other Good Stuff

Congratulations to Amari and the Night Brothers, by B.B. Alston, for being the winner in the Young Readers category of the first Barnes and Noble children's and YA book awards!

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