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The How To’s For Book Clubs:  Popular Children & Teen Book Series

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Popular Children & Teen Book Series

Welcome to the ninth day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. This is the fourth out of five book lists that I have created for this series. Today’s list will include popular book series for both younger children and teens.

10 Days of How To's For Book Clubs

If you have checked out my other books lists in this series you know that they contain many series as well. Things like Diary of a Wimpy Kid and American Girl. Therefore I highly recommend you check out my other book lists in this series as well because I am sure both boys and girls, and people of all ages can appreciate many of the books listed on each list: Elementary Age Book List, Favorite Books For Boys, Favorite Books For Girls, and A Book List of Children’s Classics & Other Favorites.

Popular Children & Teen Book Series from Starts At Eight

Magic Tree House

Magic Tree House Book Series

Here are a few examples:

Magic School Bus

Magic School Bus Books

Here are a few examples:

Harry Potter

Harry Potter Book Series

Here are a few examples:

The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia Book Series

Here are a few examples:

39 Clues

39 Clues Book Series

Here are a few examples:

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games Trilogy

Here are a few examples:

Twilight

Twilight Book Series

Here are a few examples:

Series of Unfortunate Events

Series of Unfortunate Events Book Series

Here are a few examples:

Dear America

Dear America Book Series

Here are a few examples:

The Boxcar Children

The Boxcar Children Book Series

Here are a few examples:


Topics in This Series:

Day One: Overview/Landing Page
Day Two: Types of Book Clubs
Day Three: Finding or Starting Your Own Book Club
Day Four: How To Host a Parent/Child Book Club
Day Five: Guest Post – Kids Books to Rev Up The Imagination
Day Six: (Monday, October 21st) Elementary Age Book List
Day Seven: Favorite Books For Boys
Day Eight: Favorite Books For Girls
Day Nine: Popular Children & Teen Book Series
Day Ten: Example of a Teen Themed Book Club
BONUS DAY: (Monday, October 28th) A Book List of Children’s Classics & Other Favorites

5 Comments

  1. Stacey B.
    Oct 30, 2013 @ 17:09:43

    There are some fantastic book series here that I could read and reread again and again. The Chronicles of Narnia and Harry Potter are two series that my daughter and I enjoy very much. I have a great book series to recommend by Author Laura DeBruce, “The Quicksilver Legacy Series.” The author transports the reader to Prague, France, and Italy (while fitting in a wonderful love story between lead characters Hana and Alex). The first book of the series (and the only one I’ve been able to read so far) is “The Riddle of Prague” (http://theriddleofprague.com/about/). 18 year old Hana is thrown into a life changing adventure when traveling to Prague to reclaim her ancestral home, “The Rockery.” An old notebook she discovers in the basement of her family home contains riddles and clues that claim to lead to the elixir of immortality. After her family in Prague is kidnapped it becomes quite obvious that Hana isn’t the only one that knows about this elixir. She partners up with charming Alex who is desperately searching for a cure for his sister’s crippling disease and could also benefit from finding the elixir. There is plenty of flirting and fun between the two while trying to outrun the thugs that are trying to get to the elixir first! Such an addictive read; I hope you will give it a chance!

  2. Heidi
    Oct 30, 2013 @ 17:12:20

    Stacey,

    Sounds like an interesting read! What reading level and also what ages do you feel the content would be appropriate for?

  3. Stacey B.
    Oct 30, 2013 @ 23:02:02

    Hi Heidi,
    Thanks for the fast reply 🙂 I think this book is best suited for readers from 6th – 12th grade (and adults too! haha). Enjoy!

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