what to read A.H. – after harry

a round table from the Bibliophile Mailing List:

J Godsey wrote:
• Edward Eager’s Magic Series
• Lucy Boston’s the Children of Green Knowe series.
• Patricia Coombs’s Dorrie the witch series.

Laurie Wilcox wrote:
• Gail Carson Levine
• Cornelia Funke: Inkheart or Dragon Rider.
• The Charlie Bone series by Jenny Nimmo
• The Spiderwick Chronicles by Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
• Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage
• The Bartimaeus trilogy by Jonathan stroud
• Redwall series by Brian Jaques
• Crispin Cross of lead by Avi
• The Land of Elyon series by Patrick Carman

Stephanie Howlett-West wrote:
• Helen Cresswell’s Bagthorpe series
• Lloyd Alexander’s Prydain series
• Robin McKinley especially the Damar books
• Gail Carson Levine especially Ella Enchanted

Lynn Wienck wrote:
• Anything by E. L. Konigsburg

Charles Hack wrote:
• the Artemis Fowl Books by Eoin Colfer:
• The Arctic Incident
• The Eternity Code
• The Opal Deception
• The Lost Colony

Rachel Jagareski wrote:
• Skellig by David Almond
• Susan Cooper’s The Boggart and The Boggart and the Monster
• Phillippa Pearce’s Tom’s Midnight Garden
• Philip Pullman is great.

Stan Zielinski wrote:
• Philip Pullman’s Dark Material’s trilogy
• Jonathan Stroud’s Bartimaeus Trilogy

Suzanne Carter wrote:
• Molly Bang’s The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher
• Heckedy-Peg by Don and Audrey Woods
• Do Not Open by Brinton Turkle
• Jack in the Green by Allen Atkinson
• God Bless the Gargoyles by Dav Pilkey

Karin Isgur Bergsagel wrote:
• The Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede
• Susan Cooper
• Alan Garner.

Susan Krinsky wrote:
• Dianna Wynne Jones’s The Chrestomanci series.
• Susan Cooper’s The Dark is Rising Series
• David Eddings’s The Belgariad series.
• The Star Beast by Robert Heinlein
• Anne McCaffrey’s The Saga of the Talents
• Ursula Le Guin’s The Earthsea Trilogy
• Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Books

Susanne Barnett wrote:
• Ursula LeGuin
• Susan Cooper
• Alan Garner

Peter Selverstone wrote:
• The Legend of Lord Eight Deer by John Pohl

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