This week's round up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (12/4/22)

 Welcome to this week's round-up!  I myself spent considerable time this week hunting for Target's Christmas birds (shown below, on one of my many tbr piles), which has brought me much joy (the hunt as much as the acquiring), and of course reading, though not so much reviewing...hopefully this coming week I will do more of that!  As always, please let me know if I missed your post!

The Reviews

The Blameless (The Blameless Series 1) by E.S. Christison, at Say What?

Castle Redstone (Minecraft), by Sarwat Chadda, at  Ms. Yingling Reads

The Clackity, by Lora Senf, at alibrarymama

Cress Watercress, by Gregory Maguire, at Children's Books Heal  

Etta Invincible by Reese Eschmann, at alibrarymama

Grimwood, by Nadia Shireen, at Twirling Book Princess

Say What?: The Islands of Iros by L.M. Bracklow (buxfantasy.blogspot.com)

Book Review: Knights of the Borrowed Dark – Valinora Troy

The Last Kids on Earth and the Forbidden Fortress, by Max Brallier, illustrated by Douglas Holgate, at  Always in the Middle… 

A Long Way from Home, by Laura Schaefer, at Charlotte's Library

The Midnight Guardians, by Ross Montgomery, at Scope for Imagination

The Mummy's Curse, by M. A. Bennett, at  Sifa Elizabeth Reads 

The Rat Queen, by Pete Hautman, at Redeemed Reader

A Rover's Story, by Jasmine Warga, at Redeemed Reader

Swift & Hawk: Cyberspies, by Logan Macx, at  Ms. Yingling Reads

Villains Academy, by  Ryan Hammond, at Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books 

Wildsmith: Into the Dark Forest, by Liz Flanagan, at Book Craic

Zachary Ying and the Dragon Emperor, by Xiran Jay Zhao, at Locus Online 

Three at alibrarymama-- Goblin Market, Bookshop of Dust and Dreams, and Water, Water 

Other Good Stuff

The best children’s books of 2022 | Picture books | The Guardian

The Best Books to Read After Harry Potter (thechildrensbookreview.com)

Midwinter magic: Robert Macfarlane on the enduring power of The Dark Is Rising, at  The Guardian


1 comment:

  1. Glad you found some decorations that gave you joy. I'm pretty much down to the vintage plastic canvas needlepoint layer of decor, and those only because I can't bear to part with them. Thanks as always for the round up!


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