T5W: July 12, 2017

Children’s Books

I must admit, I don’t read very many children’s books. I must also admit that of the ones I’ve read, very few make it to my list of favorites. Sure, I’ve read the Percy Jackson series, which I love, but this list is made to bring light to less popular children’s books. It also doesn’t help that I hated reading as a child and therefore did not read many of them back then. So, let’s see what I can come up with.

**These are in no particular order**

The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor

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It’s Alice in Wonderland with a twist. Think magic battles, an assassin Cheshire Cat, a Mad Hatter trained to protect the White Queen, and an Alice with the pure magic of imagination.

The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen 

(The Ascendance Trilogy)

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The royal family is dead, now whoever finds the long-lost prince will rule the kingdom. Since the prince is presumed dead, a nobleman takes up four boys and trains them, the best one will be come the false prince.

The Spiderwick Chronicles by Tony DiTerlizzi Holy Black

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A magical hidden world of faeries and dark magic just got revealed by three siblings. Admittedly, I haven’t finished this series, but the ones I have read have been so good. I will try to return to this series sooner or later.

 

Looks like this week it’s only gonna be a top 3.


Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey @gingerreadslainey and currently being moderated by Sam @thoughtsontomes. This is an ongoing event with weekly prompts to follow. For more information about the group and how to join, follow the Goodreads link HERE


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