This week's round-up of middle grade sci fi and fantasy from around the blogs (6/9/24)

Benji Zeb is a Ravenous Werewolf, by Deke Moulton, at Fuse #8

Braided (Sisters Ever After #5), by Leah Cypess, at Charlotte's Library

Cat's Magic, by Margaret Greaves, at Charlotte's Library

The Cursed Moon, by Angela Cervantes, at Kiss the Book

Echo, by Pam Muñoz Ryan, at Michelle Isenhoff

Farrah Noorzad and the Ring of Fate, by Deeba Zargarpur, at Mark My Words

 Greenwild: The City Beyond the Sea, by Pari Thomson, at The Story Sanctuary

The Haunting of Fortune Farm, by Sophie Kirtley, at Scope for Imagination

Heroes of the Water Monster, by Brian Young, at Kiss the Book 

The Last Dragon, by Polly Ho-Yen, at Scope for Imagination

Lei and the Invisible Island, by Malia Maunakea, at Mark My Words

The Minor Miracle, by Merideth Davis, at House full of Bookworms

Murray Out of Water, by Tracy Taylor, at Cracking the Cover

The One and Only Ruby, by Katherine Applegate, at Children's Books Heal  

The Raven Throne, by Stephanie Burgis, at Sifa Elizabeth Reads 

Tidemagic: The Many Faces of Ista Flit, by Clare Harlow, at  A Journey of Words  

The Whisperwicks: The Labyrinth of Lost and Found, by Jordan Lees, at Bookworm for Kids

The Witching Wind, by Natalie Lloyd, at YA Books Central

Authors and Interviews

Highlighting Ancestral Veneration and Hoodoo: A Q&A with Nyasha Williams About Saturday Magic (slj.com)

Interview with Meredith Davis about THE MINOR MIRACLE – MG Book Village

Other Good Stuff

Congratulations to the winner and the short listed books for  Andre Norton Nebula Award for Middle Grade and Young Adult Fiction, with an especial nod to The Ghost Job (my reviewmy review) for representing middle grade!

The Winner--To Shape a Dragon’s Breath by Moniquill Blackgoose 
The Inn at the Amethyst Lantern by J. Dianne Dotson,  
Liberty’s Daughter by Naomi Kritzer
The Ghost Job by Greg van Eekhout

And congratulations to me for another successful library book sale outing yesterday! My mother, as is her wont, commented "you need more books like you need a hole in your head," but need and want are two different things....

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the great round-up. I need to check out some of these bloggers.


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