Top 10 Fantasy Books for Kids, Part 1

content.chilifreshThe Magician’s Boy by Susan Cooper: Follows the adventures of a magician’s assistant in the strange land of Story.

Moonsilver by Kathleen Duey: Heart, a foundling who was discovered five years earlier wrapped in a unicorn-embroidered blanket, finds a pregnant white mare in the woods and struggle to keep the mare and her colt safe and well.

The Misfortune Cookie by Dan Greenburg: Zack visits a very strange Chinese restaurant called Wun Dum Guy and finds that the fortunes in his fortune cookies start coming true.

The Dragonling by Jackie F. Koller: Finding a baby dragon accidentally left alive after his older brother’s dragonquest, Darek risks death and the anger of his people in trying to return it to the Valley of the Dragons.

content.chilifresh-1The New Kid at School by Kate McMullan: Wiglaf is off to Dragon Slayers’ Academy and in for a first day of school he will never forget.

The Littles by John Peterson: A tiny family has a variety of adventures in their lives under the Bigg’s house.

Knights of the Kitchen Table by Jon Scieska: Joe receives a magic book for his birthday present from his uncle. Joe, Fred, and Sam are transported to a time when evil knights, fire-breathing dragons, and vile-smelling giants roamed the land.

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame: The escapades of Toad, Mole, Rat, and Badger, four animal friends, who live along a river in the English countryside.

content.chilifresh-2The Folk Keeper by Franny Billingsley: Orphan Corinna disguises herself as a boy to pose as a Folk Keeper, one who keeps the Evil Folk at bay, and discovers her heritage as a seal maiden when she is taken to live with a wealthy family in their manor by the sea.

The Children of Green Knowe by L.M. Boston: Tolly comes to live with his great-grandmother and meets three children who lived in the 17th century.

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