If You Like…

Sometimes it’s a little daunting starting books by authors you’ve never read. That’s why we’ve put together the list below of some stories you may have read, and our books that are similar.

If you’ve read Percy Jackson, then you might like Noah Zarc by D. Robert Pease, Taylor Davis by Michelle Isenhoff, or The Dream Keeper, by Mikey Brooks.

If you liked The Penderwicks, by Jeanne Birdsall, you may like Michaela’s Gift, by Cordelia Dinsmore.

If you like historical fiction by Ann Rinaldi, then you might enjoy The Candle Star or The Color of Freedom, by Michelle Isenhoff.

If you read Tuck Everlasting, by Nattalie Babbitt, you may enjoy The Quill Pen, by Michelle Isenhoff.

If you like The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, you may like The Circle of Law, by Lia London or The Andy Smithson epic fantasy adventure series by L. R. W. Lee.

If you like 39 Clues or books by Margaret Peterson Haddix, you may enjoy Gangsterland by Ansha Kotyk.

If you enjoyed the twists and turns of Holes by Louis Sachar, you’ll like Cycles by Lois D.Brown.

If you’ve read Fablehaven or Harry Potter, then you might like The Dream Keeper, by Mikey Brooks or The Andy Smithson epic fantasy adventure series by L. R. W. Lee.

If you liked The Goonies by James Kahn or There’s a Batwing in My Lunchbox by Ann Hodgman, you might get hooked on Curse at Zala Manor, Book 1 in the Monster Moon Series, by BBH McChiller.

If you’re a fan of the Scooby-DooNancy Drew, Hardy Boys, or Bobbsey Twins books, Secret of Haunted BogBook 2 in the Monster Moon Series, by BBH McChiller might appeal to you.

If you liked The Ropemaker by Peter Dickinson or Sabriel by Garth Nix, you might enjoy Arrow of the Mist and Arms of Anu by Christina Mercer

4 thoughts on “If You Like…

  1. I am really impressed by what I have seen on the website.
    I have a 9 year old who adores reading. He reads at a much higher level than his age suggests and I am sure that he will enjoy some of the titles available. In the New Year I will order a couple of the free books. There is little point now as deliveries won’t arrive due to the Christmas post.
    Do you have anything where children can share their own stories?

    I look forward to reading more posts. Please continue inspiring youngsters to read as it is so important.

    1. Great to have you, Homeschoolprestwich! I hope you find the site useful. No, we don’t have anything like that here on Emblazon. It’s definitely food for thought! In the meantime, my boys have a homeschool blog. I’m sure they’d be thrilled to guest post your 9-year-old’s story. If you’re interested, email me at misenhoff@hotmail.com. 🙂

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