Parent Guide to Book Genres: Fantasy | Scholastic | ParentsFantasy is my jam so of course now that I have a child, I want her to have all the fantasy things. Thankfully, there are plenty of fantasy books for kids out there. But that can also be overwhelming. My time as the young adult and middle grade shelver at work and as a middle school reading tutor showed me how hard it is for parents to find age-appropriate material for their kids. And publishers are rarely helpful with their age delineations: 6—10 years, 1st grade—7th, etc.
7 Epic Fantasy Books to Read in Autumn
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Modern Fantasy Books
Fantasy Books For Babies and Toddlers (0–3)
Fantasy books are great for younger children, because fantasy involves imagination and suspension of beliefs about reality -- a feat that children have a natural aptitude for. Fantasy literature is appealing to children and can introduce them to the joys of reading from a young age. Children's fantasy novels can help develop positive reading habits in children that they will keep for life. Not all of them are good; in fact, most of them are quite bad. Just because a book is written for a younger audience does not give the author an excuse to write lazy, derivative dreck -- which many currently do. This list aims to remedy that, giving you a selection of the best of the best in children's fantasy literature. I've selected the Top 25 best children's fantasy books that are guaranteed to please younger kids under the age of
Do you have a Harry Potter enthusiast in your house? In recent years, J. Rowling's best-selling series has brought legions of new fans to the genre of fantasy. But charismatic characters from Peter Pan to Mary Poppins have enchanted young readers for generations. Fantasy's timeless appeal is that it allows children to travel to another world without having to leave the comfort of home.