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List of Fantasy Books

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A Wrinkle in Time
Madeleine L'Engle
Eoin Colfer
Bridge to Terabithia
Katherine Patterson
Dragon Rider
Cornelia Funke
Eragon Series
Christopher Paolini
Fablehaven Series
Brandon Mull
Falcon Quinn and the Black Mirror
Jennifer Finney Boylan
Grey Griffins Series
Derek Benz and J. S. Lewis 
Harry Potter
House of the Scorpion
Nancy Farmer
How to Train Your Dragon
Cressida Cowell
Inkworld Trilogy
Cornelia Funke
Katie Kazoo Swicheroo
Nancy E. Krulik
Kings to the Kingdom Series
Garth Nix
Lord of the Rings
J.R.R. Tolkien
Maximum Ride
James Patterson
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
Zena Bernstein
Museam of Thieves
Lian Tanner
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Rick Riordan
Brian Jacques
Ingrid Law
Ingrid Law
Silverwing Saga
Kenneth Oppell
Spiderwick Chronicles Series
Tony DiTerlizzi
The Bartimaeus trilogy
Jonathan Stroud
C.S. Lewis
Kathryn Lasky
The Heroes of Olympus
Rick Riordan
The Kane Chronicles
Rick Riordan
The Little White Horse
Elizabeth Goudge
The Lost Years of Merlin
TA Barron
The Neverending Story
Michael Ende
The Ranger's Apprentice
John Flanagan
The Secret Garden
Tasha Tudor
Things Not Seen
Tuck Everlasting
Natalie Babbitt
Underland Chronicles (Gregor the Overlander)
Suzanne Collins

Fantasy books can be fun to read because they can take you away from your everyday life to new worlds, new creatures and new ideas. You just need to let you imagination go when you read some of these books.

One of my favorite series on this list is Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan. Rick Riordan originally thought of these stories as bedtime stories for his son and now he is sharing them with all of us. Do you think it would be cool to have a Greek God as your father? Read to find out what happens to Percy when he finds out. The second series on this list by Rick Riordan is called the Kane Chronicles. These books take place in ancient Egypt.

Of course, what fantasy booklist would be complete without Harry Potter? The seven books in this series and the movies are truly amazing. Now thanks to Universal Studios, you can actually visit "Hogwarts" in Orlando Florida.

Another popular series on this list is the Lord of the Rings. These three books, plus the Hobbit, tell the tale of Middle Earth and a quest of good against evil. Lovable Hobbits take you through this journey.

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