this week's round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (3/31/24)

Here's what I found this week; please let me know if I missed anything!

The Reviews

Ace Adler and the Pendulum of Doom, by John H. Matthews, at  Mark My Words

Amari and the Great Game, by B. B. Alston, at Sifa Elizabeth Reads

Amari and the Night Brothers, by B.B. Alston, at Novels Alive

Dragon Force: Devourer’s Attack, by Katie & Kevin Tsang, at Scope for Imagination

Festergrimm, by Thomas Taylor, at Puss Reboots 

The First State of Being, by Erin Entrada Kelly, at Charlotte's Library

Into the Witchwood, by Méabh McDonnell, at Book Craic

The Island at the Edge of the Night, by Lucy Strange, at Library Girl and Book Boy

Night of the Squawker (Goosebumps SlappyWorld #18), by R.L. Stine, at Ms. Yingling Reads 

The Rise of  the Legends, by Jake Zortman, at Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books

The Secret Doors of Cannondale, by Stephanie Brick, at  PR Newswire

The Secret Library, by Kekla Magoon, at Log Cabin Library

Sparkling Mist of Time (The Deliverers 4), by Gregory Slomba, at The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow

Things that Go Bump, by Kathryn Foxfield, at Twirling Book Princess

Two at School Library Journal--Daughters of the Lamp, by Nedda Lewers, and Medusa, by Katherine Marsh

Other Good Stuff 

"Why adults should read children's books" by Katherine Rundell at the BBC

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