This week’s round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (7/18/21)

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Hi all!  Here’s what I found this week; please let me know if I missed your post, posts about your book, your friend’s post I missed, etc.

The Reviews

Between Sea and Sky, by Nicola Penfold, at Book Craic

The Clockwork Crow, by Catherine Fisher, at Leaf’s Reviews

The Dog Who Saved the World, by Ross Welford, at Charlotte’s Library
The Dragon Egg Princess, by Ellen Oh, at Say What?

The House on the Edge, by Alex Cotter, at Library Girl and Book Boy

Josephine Against the Sea, by Shakirah Bourne, at Life of a Female Bibliophile

The Last Fallen Star by Graci Kim, at Feed Your Fiction Addiction

The Magnificent Monsters of Cedar Street by Lauren Oliver, at Say What?
New Blood (Beast Quest #1), by Adam Blade, at Say What?
Ophie’s Ghosts, by Justina Ireland, at Waking Brain Cells

The Raven Heir, by Stephanie Burgis, at Book-Bound

Song of the Far Isles, by Nicholas Bowling, at Book-Bound

Tiger Warrior: Attack of the Dragon King, by M. Chan, at Book Craic

Too Bright to See, by Kyle Lukoff, at Charlotte’s Library

The Verdigris Pawn, by Alyssa Wishingrad, at Ms. Yingling Reads and Middle-Grade Mojo
Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye, by Tania del Rio, illustrated by Will Staehle, at Twirling Book Princess
Two at Bookends— Trouble in the Stars, by Sarah Prineas, and A Discovery of Dragons, by Lindsay Galvin
too many to list individually, at Golden Books Girl (this post added lots to my Goodreads tbr list….)
Authors and Interviews

Nicole Kornher-Stace (Jillian vs Parasite Planet) at Middle Grade Ninja (podcast)

Alysa Wishingrad (The Verdigris Pawn) at Teen Librarian Tool Box and From the Mixed Up Files
Andrea Rand (The Chronicles of Kibblestan series), at Almost an Author

Kerelyn Smith (Mulrox and the Malcognitos) at The Bookish Society (podcast)

Other Good Stuff

“10 Summer Fantasy Books for Middle Grade Readers” at alibrarymama

“The Beguiling Legacy of “Alice in Wonderland” at The New Yorker
Ursula Le Guin has a stamp coming out July 27th!

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