This week’s round-up of middle grade science fiction and fantasy from around the blogs (8/1/21)

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Happy August to us all….

Here’s what I found in my internet searching this week; please let me know if I missed your post.

The Reviews

15 Minutes, by Steve Young, at Charlotte’s Library

The Beatryce Prophecy, by Kate DiCamillo, at Rosi Hollinbeck

Begone the Raggedy Witches, by Celine Kiernan, at Rajiv’s Reviews

Bridge of Souls, by Victoria Schwab, at  The Zen Leaf

The Broken Raven (Shadow Skye #2), by Joseph Elliott, at Log Cabin Library

Cogheart, by Peter Bunzl, at Rajiv’s Reviews

The Crackledawn Dragon, by Abi Elphinstone, at Sifa Elizabeth Reads

Crowfall, by Vashti Hardy, at Library Girl and Book Boy

Dead Wednesday,  by Jerry Spinelli, at Susan the Librarian

Edie and the Box of Flits, by Kate Wilkinson, at Book Craic

Homer on the Case, by Henry Cole, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Josephine Against the Sea, by Shakirah Bourne, at WOC Read

The Library of Ever and Rebel in the Library of Ever, by Zeno Alexander, at AMB

The Magic Factory (Oliver Blue and the School for Seers #1) by Morgan Rice, at Say What?
The Nightmare Thief, by Nicole Lesperance, at Pages Unbound
One Jar of Magic, by Corey Ann Haydu, at Not Acting My Age
Ophie’s Ghosts, by Justina Ireland, at Charlotte’s Library

A Problematic Paradox, by Eliot Sappingfield at Puss Reboots
The Raven Heir, by Stephanie Burgis, at Read and Reviewed

The Remarkables, by Margaret Peterson Haddix, at Say What?

Shadowghast, by Thomas Taylor, at Library Chicken

Stowaway (Icarus Chronicles #1), by John David Anderson, at Ms. Yingling Reads
Weird Kid, by Greg Van Eekhout, at Ms. Yingling Reads
Willow of Dark Hollow, by Robert Beatty, at Rachel A. Greco
The Wolf’s Curse, by Jessica Vitalis, at Pages Unbound
The Way to Impossible Island, by Sophie Kirtley, at Book Craic

Five Mg Fantasy books, at Beautifully Bookish Bethany (you-tube)

Authors and Interviews

Ben Gartner (People of the Sun) at MG Book Village

John David Anderson (Stowaway) at Fuse #8

Greg Van Eekhout (Weird Kid) at Whatever and Fuse #8

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