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Books About Magic

Believe it or not, Harry Potter isn't the only fictional young wizard out there learning spells and fighting off evil. These fun fantasy books introduce fans of magic-themed stories to other memorable heroes and heroines ... and their very special powers.

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AGE
6
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Kid genius gets revenge on stupid, mean adults.
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By Roald Dahl
(2005)
AGE
7
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Too young for Harry? Try this fun witch series.
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By Jill Murphy
(2007)
AGE
8
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A family's magical recipes wreak hilarious havoc.
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By Kathryn Littlewood
(2012)
AGE
8
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Appealing tale of would-be witch has laughs, insights.
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By Natasha Lowe
(2015)
AGE
8
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Magical animal adventures for kids not ready for Potter.
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By Adam Jay Epstein, Andrew Jacobson
(2012)
AGE
9
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Clever time-travel mystery about twins has some mild danger.
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By Annie Barrows
(2014)
AGE
10
QUALITY
 
American kids find magical, creepy adventure in Paris.
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By Anne Nesbet
(2011)
AGE
10
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Brave heroine faces danger with help of magic and friends.
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By Barbara Mariconda
(2012)
AGE
11
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Dark, magical, Dickensian page-turner for tweens.
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By Laura Amy Schlitz
(2012)
AGE
11
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Cold War kids use magic to save world in brilliant novel.
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By Maile Meloy
(2011)
AGE
12
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Necromancer's teen daughter fights the dead.
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By Garth Nix
(2005)

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