this week’s round up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs (5/2/21) – Therapy Box

this week’s round up of middle grade fantasy and science fiction from around the blogs (5/2/21)

Happy May!  Here’s this weeks gathering of what I found around the blogs etc.; please let me know of anything I missed!  The fact that the letter L wins this week (for I think the first time in all the years I’ve done this) and that there are no S books makes me think I’ve missed lots!
The Reviews
Amari and the Night Brothers, by B. B. Alston, at Pages Unbound
The Beast of Harwood Forest, by Dan Smith, at Scope for Imagination
The Circus of Stolen Dreams, by Lorelei Savaryn, at Randomly Reading
The Dark Lord Clementine, by Sarah Jean Horwitz, at Read to Ramble
Dragon Legend, by Katie and Kevin Tsang, at Book Craic and Sifa Elizabeth Reads
From Spare Oom to War Drobe: Travels in Narnia with My Nine-Year-Old Self, by Katherine Langrish, at The Spectator
Homer on the Case, by Henry Cole, at Rajiv’s Reviews
The Last Fallen Star, by Gracie Kim, at Lyrical Reads
Legend of the Dragon Slayer: The Origin Story of Dragonwatch, by Brandon Mull and Brandon Dorman (illus.), at Ms. Yingling Reads

The Legend of Hobart, by Heather Mullaly, at The Children’s Book Review

The Lost Lands (The Pelagius Chronicles #2) by Gareth Griffith, at Log Cabin Library 
Lunar Blitz (Ultraball #1), by Jeff Chen, at Say What?
Moon-Force 1, by Janelle M. Adams, at Briar’s Reviews
Thornwood, by Leah Cypess, at Charlotte’s Library
Trouble in the Stars, by Sarah Prineas, at Ms. Yingling Reads
The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy, by Anne Ursu, at For Those About to Mock 
Other Good Stuff
“Why You Should Watch The NeverEnding Story as an Adult” at Tor
“Fairy Tales and Realism” at Seven Miles of Steel Thistles
“Lena Headey to Adapt and Star in ‘Scary Stories for Young Foxes’ Animated Miniseries” at Collider

“‘The Borrowers’ Reboot From Universal & Working Title In Works; Conrad Vernon In Talks To Direct Patrick Burleigh Script” at Deadline