1/23/22

this week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci-fi from around the blogs and more (1/23/22)

Here's what I found this week!  Three new books for my tbr list!  please let me know if I missed your post.

The Reviews

Aviva vs. the Dybbuk, by Mari Lowe, at BookPage

The Beatryce Prophecy, by Kate DiCamillo, at Sonderbooks

The Circus at the End of the Sea by Lori R. Snyder, at Pages Unbound 

Dog Squad (Dog Squad #1) by Chris Grabenstein, at Books Teacup and Reviews

Harley Hitch and the Missing Moon, by Vashti Hardy, at Sifa Elizabeth Reads

The Insiders, by Mark Oshiro, at Charlotte's Library

Kingston and the Echoes of Magic, by Rucker Moses and Theo Gangi, at Log Cabin Library

Kelcie Murphy and the Academy for the Unbreakable Arts, by Erika Lewis, at Say What?

The Last Cuentista, by Donna Barba Higuera, at Valinora Troy

The Lock-Eater, by Zack Loran Clark, at Cracking the Cover

The Namer of Spirits, by Todd Mitchell, at the L.A. Review of Books

Riley's Ghost, by John David Anderson, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Secrets of the Last Merfolk, by Lindsay Littleson, at Book Craic

Solimar: The Sword of the Monarchs, by  Pam Muñoz Ryan, at Kidlit Underground

The Stolen Prince of Cloudburst, by Jaclyn Moriarty, at cannonballread
  
Tiger Honor, by Yoon Ha Lee, at Feed Your Fiction Addiction

The Unforgettable Logan Foster, by Shawn Peters, at Cracking the Cover, Pamela Kramer, and Charlotte's Library

The Way to Rio Luna, by Zoraida Córdova, at Ms. Yingling Reads

two at A Library Mama- Nightingale by Deva Fagan and Eva Evergreen and the Cursed Witch by Julie Abe


Authors and Interviews

Shawn Peters at The Wandering Wordsmith

Alexandria Rogers (The Witch, the Sword, and the Cursed Knights) at  Nerdy Book Club 

Nicola Penfold (Between Sea and Sky) in conversation with Chitra Soundar (Sona Sharma Looking After Planet Earth, which isn't sci fi/fantasy but which sounds fun), at climate fiction writers league


Scott Southall (The Order of Time series) at Gina Rae Mitchell


Other Good Stuff

and, like me, you might be wondering if a mg sci fi/fantasy book will take home the Newbery this year--here are my picks



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