This week’s round-up of mg fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (4/25/21)

Nothing from me this week: work (for my job and in my garden) got in the way of reviewing, but happily lots of other people reviewed books!  I count it a good round-up, because I added four books to my own tbr list.  As always, please let me know if I missed your post.
The Reviews
Aru Shah and the City of Gold, by Roshani Chokshi, at Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Atlantis: The Accidental Invasion, by Gregory Mone, at books4yourkids
Bridge of Souls, by Victoria Schwab, at Sifa Elizabeth Reads
The Crowns of Croswald, by D E Night, at Bookbugworld
Ghosts of Weirdwood: A William Shivering Tale, by Christian McKay Heidicker, at Say What?
Imaginary, by Lee Bacon, at Rajiv’s Reviews
The Last Shadow Warrior, by Sam Subity, at Rajiv’s Reviews
 Legacy (Keeper of the Lost Cities #8), by Shannon Messenger, at Say What?
Leonard: My Life as a Cat, by Carlie Sorosiak, at Ms. Yingling Reads

Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess, by Shari Green, at The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow
The Memory Thief, by Jodi Lynn Anderson, at Waking Brain Cells
The Nightsilver Promise, by Annaliese Avery, at Readaraptor and Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books
The Night Gardener, by Jonathan Auxier, at Puss Reboots
On the Other Side of the Island, by Allegra Goodman, at Jenni Enzor
The Raconteur’s Commonplace Book, by Kate Milford, at Fuse #8, alibrarymama, and Blythe and Bold
Rainbow Grey, by Laura Ellen Anderson, at Bellis Does Books 
Sea of Kings, by Melissa Hope, at Books Teacup and Reviews
Seventh Grade vs. the Galaxy, by Joshua Levy, at Say What?
The Sisters of Straygarden Place, by Haley Chewins, at Good Reads With Rona

Sugar and Spite, by Gail D. Villanueva, at Confessions of a YA Reader
The Wild Huntsboys, by Martin Stewart, at Pamela Kramer
The Year I Flew Away, by Marie Arnold, at Rajiv’s Reviews
Two at Ms. Yingling Reads–Switched, by Bruce Hale, and The Clockwork Dragon (Section 13, #3) by James R. Hannibal
Authors and Interviews
David A. Robertson (The Barren Grounds), a video talk for the Regina Public Library
Graci Kim (The Last Fallen Star) at MG Book Village

Ellen Booraem (River Magic) and Deva Fagan (Nightingale) at Kt Literary podcast
Other Good Stuff
Ava DuVernay’s animated adaptation of Tui T. Sutherland’s Wings of Fire series, which was announced last year, has found a home at Netflix, via Tor

New in the UK, at Mr Ripleys Enchanted Books

“The Power of Adolescent Anger: L’Engle’s Meg Murry and Pratchett’s Tiffany Aching” at Tor

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