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Pre-teen Fantasy

Fantasy Books which are written for children ages 8 to 14 with G and PG situations and language.

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False Covenant by Ari Marmell - a review star
A grotesque creature is haunting the nigh time streets of Davillion and Widdershins may be the only person able to stop it.

Gilda Joyce Psychic Investigator - Review star
Gilda Joyce – Psychic Investigator is a very delightful Middle Reader Fantasy. It deals with suicide, cancer, and ghosts. It promotes friendship and hope.

Harry Potter star
A series of articles from our Childrenīs Books Editor

Harry Potter Authorīs Real-Life Fairy Tale star
Read about J K Rowling from BellaOnlineīs Childrenīs Books Editor

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Recommended Fantasy Books - Kids & Young Adult star
Kids and young adult fantasy picks

Septimus Heap Book One: Magyk by Angie Sage - a review star

Star Wars for Young Readers - part 1 star
Reading material for young Star Wars fans (part 1 of 2)

Star Wars for Young Readers - part 2 star
Reading material for young Star Wars fans (part 2 of 2)

The Burning Bridge by John Flanagan - a review star
The second book in John Flanaganīs Ranger Apprentice series follows young Will as he continues to fight against the evil Morgarath

The Edge Chronicles star
A review from Bellaonlineīs Childrenīs Books editor

What the Dickens by Gregory Maguire -a review star
While skibereen are usually born in large groups, What-The-Dickens hatches alone in a tuna can, not knowing any language, or even what he is, so he sets out to find himself.

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