30+ Books for Christian {Tween & Teen} Narnia Fans

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Since her very first introduction to fantasy adventures through the award-winning trilogy My Father's Dragon, my daughter has been enamored with all-things-fantastical. She was only in kindergarten at the time. But even then, she knew that this imaginative genre could instantly transport a reader to another world and another time all from the safe comfort of the couch.
A few years later, she dove headlong into one of THE GREATS...the benchmark fantasy series for which all others are measured. The Chronicles of Narnia.
She read and re-read them over and over again, each time chipping off a small piece of Narnia and fixing it to her very self. Because books are like that. They shape you and mold you and challenge you to become a better version of yourself.
After turning the final page of Narnia one last time, she wanted more. More fantasy. More imagination. More adventure.
While I was ALL IN for all of those things, I knew that the fantasy genre often came with a mixed bag of witchcraft, darkness, and evil. I knew I couldn't just thrust her towards the 398 shelf in the library and walk away.

In my quest to help her hold on to the life-giving inspiration of Narnia, I went searching for some Christian-themed fantasy books.
And here's what I found!
These are books she has read, books we have read together, or ones she has added to her ever-growing "someday" pile.

Single Volume Works

The Green Ember by S.D. Smith The Black Star of Kingston by S.D. Smith The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic by Jennifer Trafton Little Pilgrim's Progress by Helen Taylor

The Wilderking Trilogy

These are allegorical fantasies based on the life of David.

The Bark of the Bog Owl
The Way of the Wilderking
The Secret of the Swamp King

The Kingdom Series

Kingdom's Dawn
Kingdom's Hope
Kingdom's Edge
Kingdom's Call
Kingdom's Quest
Kingdom's Reign

The Knight's of Arrethrae

Some kids might find this series a bit too scary.
Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione
Sir Bentley and Holbrook Court
Sir Dalton and the Shadow Heart
Lady Carliss and the Waters of the Moorue
Sir Quinlin and the Swords of Valor
Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest

For more information about these or The Kingdom Series, visit Perfect Praise.com

The Wingfeather Saga

Don't let the dark sounding titles fool you. These books are quirky, humorous fantasy adventures written by Christian Contemporary singer/song writer and father of three, Andrew Peterson.
On the Edge of the Sea of Darkness
North! Or Be Eaten
The Monster in the Hollows
The Warden and the Wolf King

Find more information, visit the Wingfeather Saga.com

The Tales of the Kingdom Trilogy

Tales of the Kingdom
Tales of the Resistance
Tales of the Restoration

The Binding of the Blade Series

This is a fantasy series loosely based on the book of Isaiah and probably best saved for the teen years.
Beyond the Summerland
Bringer of Storms
Shadow in the Deep
Father of Dragons
All My Holy Mountain

For more information, visit The Binding of the Blade.com
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