Wizards

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

By J.L. Rowling, Mary GrandPre

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Rescued from the outrageous neglect of his aunt and uncle, a young boy with a great destiny proves his worth while attending Hogwarts School for Wizards and Witches; first in a series of 7. Ages 8-12
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Dealing With Dragons

By Patricia C. Wrede

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Bored with traditional palace life, a princess goes off to live with a group of dragons and soon becomes involved with fighting against some disreputable wizards who want to steal away the dragons' kingdom. J Fic Wre
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Storm Front

By Jim Butcher

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Harry Dresden is a wizard in modern day Chicago. Unfortunately, being a wizard doesn't pay very well, so when Harry is asked by the Chicago police department to consult on a strange double homicide, he jumps at the chance to make some easy money. But these homicides are more complicated and strange than he thought. This investigation might just get Harry killed.
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Sorcery And Cecelia, Or, The Enchanted Chocolate Pot : Being The Correspondence Of Two Young Ladies Of Quality Regarding Various Magical Scandals In London And The Country

By Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Stevermer

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In 1817 in England, two young cousins, Cecilia living in the country and Kate in London, write letters to keep each other informed of their exploits, which take a sinister turn when they find themselves confronted by evil wizards.
 

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Wizard Heir

By Cinda Williams Chima

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Sixteen-year-old Seph, a powerful wizard, gets caught up in a conflict between the Wizard Council, smaller groups with their own agendas, and a rogue politician--the Dragon--whose identity and whereabouts the others seek to know. 

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Warrior Heir

By Cinda Williams Chima

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After learning about his magical ancestry and his own warrior powers, sixteen-year-old Jack embarks on a training program to fight enemy wizards. 

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Islands of Sorcerers and Unlikely Pilgrims

A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin

No one really liked Duny. The boy was wild, proud, and full of temper-- well-suited to the company of the goats he herded. Then came the day when he overheard his aunt chanting a spell to call her goat down from the roof of her house. He remembered the rhyme and later spoke it to his own herd:

"Noth hierth malk man hiolk han merth han!"

A Squire's Tale and a Wizard's Dreams

The Squire's Tale by Gerald Morris

Gawain of Orkney doesn't need a squire. He's yet to make it to King Arthur's court to be knighted, and if he does need a squire later, he has a few brothers in the hinterlands who will do. For his part, Terence was perfectly happy taking care of his foster father, the hermit Trevisant. He was a kind boy and an excellent cook, though granted a bit confused at present. Just recently the trees had started talking to him.

The Vampire and the Unicorn

These selections are from the Dragonflight series of fantasy novels for young adults. Dragonflight books team masters of fantasy fiction with terrific fantasy artists.

Black Unicorn

by Tanith Lee, Illustrated by Heather Cooper

Changelings and Spell Weavers

Harry Potter isnt the only one attending a private school where strange happenings are the norm.