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The Book Smugglers' Guide to Fantasy (for Young Readers) Recently, we Book Smugglers started a feature called Old School Wednesdays in which we review books that are at least 5 years old. Based on the strong response we saw to the feature, we also started a monthly readalong (determined by popular vote)—last month, the selected title was The Naming by Alison Croggon. Unfortunately, The Naming was derivative, bland, and...well, boring (starred Kirkus review, we disagree with you). In the ensuing discussion, someone requested that we create a list of titles that would be a better introduction to the fantasy genre (of the epic variety) for young readers. Thus, here we are! The Dark Is Rising Sequence by Susan Cooper: In many ways, The Naming shares a ton of similarities to this story about the rising dark and the ones chosen to stand against it. The Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Continue reading > The Song of the Lioness Quartet by Tamora Pierce: The classic series that started it all! her magic. Secondhand Ch And that is our list!