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The Witches by Roald Dahl

For more supernatural tales for young adults try these…

Half Bad by Sally Green for a gritty supernatural fantasy following warring factions of witches in London,

The Woven Path by Robin Jarvis for a riveting series steeped in Norse mythology that revolves around the Wyrd Museum.

Banished by Liz de Jager for a modern fairytale about a kick-ass heroine whose family are all demon hunters.

Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett for a hilarious, tongue-in-cheek fantasy in which a tribe of witches help dethrone an evil king.

This post was guest edited by author Joshua Winning, whose latest book, Ruins, part 2 of The Sentinel Trilogy, is out in May.

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The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis

For more fantasy to make you believe magic is just through the nearest wardrobe, try these…

The Deptford Mice Trilogy by Robin Jarvis for more in utterly believable talking animals and a dark, dark fantasy world.

The Weirdstone of Brisingamen by Alan Garner for beautiful, hard-edged fantasy using British mythology.

The Immortals series by Tamora Pierce for characters you desperately want to be and a world packed with fantastical races and monsters.

The Redwall series by Brian Jacques for a truly epic fantasy series of good versus evil.

This post was guest edited by author Laure Eve. Her latest novel, The Illusionists, is out now. You can find her on Twitter here.

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