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Although Katherine Paterson isn't known for writing books in a series, she knows how popular these stories are with young readers! From classics that have stood the test of time to recent tween-lit crazes—Katherine's grandchildren recommend series all ages will enjoy.

The Magic Tree HouseThe Magic Tree House
By Mary Pope Osburne, published by Random House Children's Books





The Betsy-TacyThe Betsy-Tacy
By Maud Hart Lovelace, published by HarperCollins





The Tale of Emily WindsnapThe Tale of Emily Windsnap
By Liz Kessler, published by Morrow from Candlewick Press





City of EmberCity of Ember
By Jeanne Duprau, published by Random House Chidlren's Books





The Percy Jackson and the Olympian booksThe Percy Jackson and the Olympian books
By Rick Riordan, published by Hyperion/Miramax Kid





Geronimo StiltonGeronimo Stilton
By Stilton Geronimo, published by Scholastic, Inc.





Maximum RideMaximum Ride
By James Patterson, published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers





The Hunger Games and Gregor the OverlanderThe Hunger Games and Gregor the Overlander
By Suzanne Collins, published by Scholastic, Inc.





Alex RiderAlex Rider
By Anthony Horowitz, published by Penguin Group US





EragonEragon
By Christopher Paolini, published by Random House Children's Books





The Spiderwick ChroniclesThe Spiderwick Chronicles
By Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, published by Simon & Shuster Children's




Half-MagicHalf-Magic
By Edward Eage, published by Thorndike Press





The Chronicles of NarniaThe Chronicles of Narnia
By C.S. Lewis, published by HarperCollins





Harry PotterHarry Potter
By J.K. Rowling, published by Scholastic Press, a division of Scholastic Inc.





The Twilight SeriesThe Twilight Series
By Stephenie Meyer, published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers





Books 8–12 year-old "tweens" will love

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