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How to Choose Kids Books for Harry Potter Fans
Going on an Independent Search
Ask your librarian for titles he/she recommends that are fantasy or like Harry Potter.You never know what your librarian can help you find. A public librarian or a school librarian could help you. Give them to the child and see if they like them. If they don't, then ask them why they didn't like them and try again, trying to avoid the books that the child has said that they don't like.
Ask a friend if they or their child has read the Potter series.If so, they can be a big help in finding something else for a Harry Potter fan to read. Make sure that their child is around the same age as your child/they are around the same age as you, so you read books around the same difficulty.
Look for fantasy novellas.There are lots of them, but voracious readers can be picky about their books, so put some thought into it. Some good books to try for 8-13 year olds are:
- Whispering to Witches -Anna Dale
- Pure Dead series -Debi Gliori
- Molly Moon series- (younger end of the scale) Georgia Byng
- Inkheart Trilogy- Cornelia Funke
- His Dark Materials series- (older end of the scale, for keen readers) Philip Pullman
- For older readers (13+) try the Mortal Instruments series (Cassandra Clare) or the Twilight Saga (Stephanie Meyer). However, keep in mind that there are some parts of the books in these series that are inappropriate for readers in the younger end of the scale.
Join a book sharing site, like Movella and Wattpad, and find suitable books for your child to read.Keep in mind that these books have been written by non-authors and some are not quite suitable for young children.
Going With Your Child or a Friend
See if any fantasy book clubs are open for members.These clubs read books like Harry Potter and can be a lot of fun! They can also recommend good books for your child to read. If there are no clubs in your area, join online forums on book review sites like GoodReads to ask about good books for your child to read.
Read a rival book series, and then choose your favorite book/let your child choose their favorite book from the rival series and Harry Potter.You can try Percy Jackson and the Olympians (the main competition).
Be on the lookout for books by J.K. Rowling. Be aware that her adult book, 'The Casual Vacancy', could be considered inappropriate for young children. Try her Harry Potter linked books, 'The Tales Of Beedle The Bard' and 'Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them' instead.
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