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Fantasy Books For Grades 2-3


Fantasy Books For Grades 2-3

Fantasy Books for 2nd & 3rd Graders

Is your second- or third-grader wondering what to read next?  Below is a list of fantasy books available as ebooks through Livingston Library.

For fantasy lovers entering grade 2-3 in September, the Yakety Yak Book Club for Grades 2-3 will discuss fantasy books during the next session on July 28th. Children can choose a fantasy book (any fantasy book!) to read and then discuss with the group on July 28th. Registration opens on June 30th.


Zoey & Sassafras Book 1 Dragons and Marshmallows by Asia Citro, Marion Lindsay

The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy

Minecrafters Academy Book 1 Zombie Invasion by Winter Morgan

Flat Stanley and the Magic Lamp by Jeff Brown

Sylva and the Fairy Ball by Margaret McNamara, Julia Denos

Bella Donna Book 1: Coven Road by Ruth Symes

Harper and the Scarlet Umbrella by Cerrie Burnell, Laura Anderson

Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg by Gail Carson Levine

Backyard Witch: Maya’s Story by Christine Heppermann, Ron Koertge, Deborah Macero

My Father’s Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett, Ruth Chrisman Gannett

Polly Diamond and the Magic Spell by  Alice Kuipers, Diana Toledano

Punished! By David Lubar

Sasha And Puck And The Cordial Cordial by Daniel Nayeri, Anneliese Mak



Magic Tree House Merlin Missions: Shadow of the Shark by Mary Pope Osborne

Hand-Me-Down Treasures #1 Stoop Sale Treasure  by Corey Ann Haydu, Luisa Uribe

Heidi Heckelbeck: Pool Party by Wanda Coven, Priscilla Burris

Dragon Masters: Rise of the Earth Dragon by Tracey West, Matt Loveridge

Haunted Library by Dori Hillestad Butler, Aurore Damant

The Hidden Staircase and the Magic Carpet by Tony Abbott, Tim Jessell

Zapato Power series Book 1 Freddie Ramos Takes Off by Jacqueline Jules, Miguel Beni­tez

The Last Firehawk: The Ember Stone by Katrina Charman, Jeremy Norton

The Notebook of Doom: Rise of the Balloon Goons by Troy Cummings

Princess Pulverizer Book 1: Grilled Cheese and Dragons by Katie Krulik

~Amanda Winter, Youth Librarian


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