- Deb Clark reviews Could a Tyrannosaurus Play Table Tennis, by Andrew Plant, over at Book Buds
- Camille considers I Can Do It!, by Jana Novotny Hunter ( illustrated by Lucy Richards) at Book Moot
- Liz B. takes a look at Celebrate: Connections Among Cultures, by Jan Reynolds at A Chair, a Fireplace and a Tea Cozy (and finds Reynolds "very cool")
- Wendy kicks off Foster Care Month with a review of Julie Johnston's Adam and Eve and Pinch-me at Blog from the Windowsill (this review is from a few days ago, but Wendy promises a series of foster-care-book reviews)
- A Fuse#8 Productions reviews an especially intriguing title today, Younguncle Comes to Town, by Vandana Simon (I say "especially intriguing" because this is an early reader)
- Tasha at KidsLit reviews David Almond's Clay, a novel on my to-read list.
- PJ Librarian (The Magic of Books) has reviewed a number of new titles in the past few days, including Richard Peck's Here Lies the Librarian. Head on over and check it out!
- MotherReader has contributed some really good "review-lists" in the past few days, including Young Adult girl books and Weird-Ass Picture Books.
- Kurtis reviews S.E. Hinton's Hawkes Harbor at Outside of a Cat.
- Michele considers Charles Butler's Death of a Ghost at Scholar's Blog (and the movie version of Howl's Moving Castle)
- Emily Horner reviews a Tamora Pierce title, Protector of the Small: Squire at Swarm of Beasts.
- Chris Barton compiled on great list of books on the Reconstruction at Bartography.
- And, last but not least Leila at Bookshelves of Doom is on a review roll. Check it out!
Whew! See what I mean about fierce blogging? I'm exhausted.
If I've left any great reviews out, please let me know!