13 Fantasy Books Featuring Teens with Magical Abilities (2023)

Originally published onThe Portalist Being a teenager is tough. Pair everyday struggles with superhuman powers, and it can be an incredibly confusing time. One day, you’re just a normal kid; and the next thing you know, you can lift a car or magically transport yourself to another world. But magic often has a price, and these awesome powers usually come with some sort of dark catch. With the reboot of the Power Rangers series releasing on March 24th, there’s no better time to explore books featuring gifted teens. Fantasy books never fail to transport us into exciting, new …

Originally published onThe Portalist

Being a teenager is tough. Pair everyday struggles with superhuman powers, and it can be an incredibly confusing time. One day, you’re just a normal kid; and the next thing you know, you can lift a car or magically transport yourself to another world. But magic often has a price, and these awesome powers usually come with some sort of dark catch.

With the reboot of the Power Rangers series releasing on March 24th, there’s no better time to explore books featuring gifted teens. Fantasy books never fail to transport us into exciting, new worlds, or provide us with characters we aspire to be — or at least, befriend. So, if you’re an orphan wizard, a young superhero in training, or just looking for a little magic in your life, these books will make you feel right at home.

The Hero and the Crownby Robin McKinley

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You can’t control where you came from, but you can control where you go. The story of Aerin, the outcast daughter of the king, is one of intense magic and destiny. She is constantly shadowed by the rumors that her birth mother is a witch. She befriends and trains her father’s retired warhorse, Talat, and learns of a forgotten recipe for dragon fire repellent… just in case the need ever arises.

When a dragon attacks a nearby village, Aerin sees her opportunity to be a hero. Running head first into battle, she realizes that she might have bitten off more than she can chew, as the dragon she attempts to protect her people against is one of the great dragons of ancient times—a dragon that might frighten even the boldest of kings.

The Hex Witch of Seldom by Nancy Springer

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It’s one thing to be raised in the rural mountain ranges of Pennsylvania by a grandparent, it’s another thing to do so knowing that you might go “all the way crazy” like the rest of your family. This is what keeps Bobbi Lee Yandro up at night.

After receiving the journals of her deceased father, Bobbi begins to see a change. When she’s given a horse, and names it Shane, the two of them set out as fugitives and meet Hazel—the Hex Witch of Seldom. Hazel introduces Bobbi to the Twelve of the Hidden Circle, a group of otherworldly characters (one of whom is out to steal Shane’s soul). Soon, Bobbi realizes she has a very special bond with her new horse, and that she’ll have to use special gifts of her own if she hopes to save him.

Catseye by Andre Norton

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Troy Horan has learned to make the best with what he has. After being forcibly relocated to the planet of Korwar when his home planet was made into a military base, he learns a very important and mysterious truth: He has the power to communicate with the animals from Terran. Soon, a murder causes Troy and his newfound animal friends to retreat to the Wild and confront the dark and ancient history of his new home planet.

Black Trillium by Marion Bradley

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Being a teenager is hard enough, but going through it at the same time as your sisters adds a whole new layer of trouble. And that’s just for normal sisters, in a normal world, with normal responsibilities.

But life in Ruwenda is anything but normal. Protected by the Archimage Binah, the land is safe for all. But when Binah’s power begins to fade, she transfers it to the three princesses of the royal house: Haramis, Kadiya, and Aingel. The sisters must quickly learn and master their new powers for the sake of their people. Soon, they are separated and must travel on different roads to do their part in saving their kingdom, their friends, and their future. The first book in a magically thrilling series, this is a story of sisterhood, family, and a quest not to be missed.

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Daisy Jones tries her best to not make any waves, but it doesn’t help that she’s the new girl and doesn’t exactly have the economic stability of her peers. That might be a sour spot for some, but for Daisy, it’s not all bad. She’s more concerned about keeping her unpredictable superpower under control. Soon, she realizes that she’s not the only one: her classmate Vivi has a secret, too. In addition to figuring out what her gift is really meant for, Daisy still has to deal with normal high school antics—including figuring out her feelings for the very attractive Kevin.

Assassin by Joe Craig

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For young people, ‘normal’ is a somewhat relative term. When Jimmy Coates wakes up one morning to find that he can jump higher, run faster, and fight more skillfully than ever before, he knows that his ‘normal’ has changed forever. What he comes to realize, however, is that these new perks come at a terrible cost— most normal teenagers don’t have helicopters and men in strange suits chasing them every moment of the day. If Jimmy wants to survive, he’ll have to learn to master his newfound powers.

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

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‘Blood type’ takes on a whole new and magical meaning in Victoria Aveyard’s story of royalty and rebellion. In Mare Barrow’s world, you are either a Red or Silver, which corresponds to the type of blood you have. As a Red, you live to serve Silvers. These ruling Silvers don’t serve anyone because they have incredible powers—each family possessing different abilities.

When Mare, a Red, somehow manages to find herself in front of the Silver court, she realizes that she, too, has a magical ability—something both baffling and alarming to the Silvers. Attempting to cover up a terrible exception to the rules by which they’ve lived their life, the king forces Mare to pretend to be a lost princess—even betrothing her to his youngest son. But with a Red resistance rising, Mare will have to decide where her loyalties lie.

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

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There are times when young adults feel powerless, without agency, without a future. Alina Starkov knows, like most kids, that she’s never been the heroine of any story. But all that changes when she reveals a dormant power and is to be trained to join the Grisha—a magical special forces unit tasked with defending the kingdom from what lies past the Shadow Fold.

The first in a stunningly creative series, Anita will be forced to grow up fast and learn how to harness her new powers. Not only is she the heroine of her own story, but that of an entire realm of people. No pressure though, right?

Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

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How many people do you know, including yourself, who quote the story of The Boy Who Lived? Or anxiously awaited their acceptance letter to Hogwarts? The true magic of this series is in the universality of Harry’s struggles. We’ve all felt alone and alienated, we’ve all dealt with the awkwardness of young love, and most of us have also unfortunately learned to adapt to grief.

If you’re not familiar with the series, it follows Harry Potter and his friends, wizards and witches born with magical powers who attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Over the seven fantastical books, J.K. Rowling brings many issues that face Muggles (that’s us: people lacking magical abilities) to the forefront, as Harry learns how to cope with both real-life and magical issues facing young adults.

The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst

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Young people aren’t usually familiar with the incredible weight of actual responsibility. But Daleina, a rather bookish and observant student, knows how important real responsibility is to the adults around her. She understands that the battle between the spirits and humans is coming to a head and that something must be done to end the conflict.

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In the world of Renthia, the queen alone possesses the power to prevent the spirits from destroying her people. But with great power comes danger, which is why young women are chosen to train as heirs…in case the worst happens. Daleina is one such heir and, with the help of a veteran champion Ven, she’ll set out on a mission to find out why the spirits are bent on destroying them.

Uprooted by Naomi Novik

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From the award-winning author of the Temeraire novels comes a standalone book about a young woman determined to save her village and friends at whatever the cost. Every ten years the Dragon, a local wizard, requires a very unique and special fee for the village’s protection: A 17-year-old girl must serve him for the next decade.

Born during the right (or rather, wrong) year, Agnieszka has known her whole life that she will be eligible to be chosen when she’s 17. But she also knows that her beautiful best friend, Kasia, is likely to be picked for this terrible duty, as the Dragon always chooses the prettiest girl. But when Agnieszka is chosen instead, and she learns she has magical powers of her own, she’ll have to learn how to use them in order to protect her loved ones from the evil that lies in the Wood.

Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

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The island of Fennibirn has a special tradition: Every generation, triplet queens are born. But these sisters are no ordinary rulers. Only one will be queen, and they’ll spend their youth learning to harness their different special powers in order to face off to the death the night they turn 16. It’s one thing to possess magic you may have to use to defeat your enemies someday, but it’s another thing entirely to grow up knowing you’ll have to kill your sisters in order to be queen.

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Teenagers have enough things on their mind without the ability to see different possible outcomes of the future, like Addison Coleman does. Addie lives in a constant state of “What if?” as a Searcher—a particular type of clairvoyant. Imagine knowing what the future could hold? When Addie’s parents get divorced, she looks into the future to decide if she should live with her mom or dad. But while she assesses her two different paths, she’s drawn into a murder investigation that changes everything.

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Suitable for readers 17 and up. Trigger warnings for violence & attempted rape.

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Bestselling Series
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Is girl in pieces appropriate for a 13 year old? ›

Themes: self-half, PTSD; suicide; depression; anxiety;mental health; addiction; alcoholism; drug addiction; therapy; recovery; family; friends; community. Age Range: Young Adult (upper young adult – 15 years +, please check check for suitability); adult; crossover.

Which kind of books are read by teenagers? ›

Teenagers mostly prefer to some kind of inspirational books which can help them with their goals in some ways. Apart from that, they also prefer competitive books and books related to science fiction. Some teenagers love reading novels based on love stories, social beliefs, supernatural powers and historical events.

Why is it ends with us 18+? ›

18+ This book is one that is for readers above the age of 18, as it contains a lot of adult material. There is a ton of sexual content within the novel (detailed below), and the book centers around the topic of domestic abuse. Abuse scenes are graphically described and can be disturbing at times.

Can a 13 year old read confess? ›

Confess is romantically sweet and clingy. Colleen Hoover's books are typically directed towards the older teens, probably going more into the twenties. But I think Confess is suitable to some mature teens.

Can a 12 year old read November 9? ›

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

How long should a 13 year old read per day? ›

According to teachers, students should be reading between 15 minutes and 1 hour a day outside of school (85% of teachers expect daily reading in this range), but most of their students are reading less than the 15-minute daily minimum.

Should I read my 13 year olds texts? ›

“It's just a tool. Reading your child's text messages is not that different than eavesdropping or reading their diary.” She advises parents to stay in their lane by steering clear of needless snooping, whether trying to find out what your kids are saying or who they are hanging out with.

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Where the the Wild Things Are? ›

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What books should a 17 year old read? ›

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  • To Kill A Mockingbird. By Harper Lee.
  • The Grapes of Wrath. By John Steinbeck.
  • Lord of the Flies. By William Golding.
  • A Separate Peace. By John Knowles. ...
  • The Giver. By Lois Lowry.
  • The Hobbit. By J.R.R. Tolkien.
  • Ender's Game. By Orson Scott Card.

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  • Animal Farm – George Orwell. ...
  • Confessions of Georgia Nicolson Series – Louise Rennison. ...
  • The Harry Potter Series – J.K. Rowling. ...
  • The Fault in our Stars – John Green. ...
  • Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell. ...
  • Children of Blood and Bone – Tomi Adeyemi. ...
  • The Color Purple – Alice Walker.

What books should a 15 year old boy read? ›

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  • of 10. Gone by Michael Grant. ...
  • of 10. Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld. ...
  • of 10. The Enemy by Charlie Higson. ...
  • of 10. The Ruins of Gorlan (The Ranger's Apprentice, Book One) by John Flanagan. ...
  • of 10. Malice by Chris Wooding. ...
  • of 10. Pluto by Naoiki Urasawra. ...
  • of 10. ...
  • of 10.
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Is the outsiders appropriate for 12 year olds? ›

A very good read for any reader

S.E. Hinton's, The Outsiders is a great book for elder kids and young teens to read. I recommend the book for 11 years and up. The story focuses around Ponyboy, his brothers, and their gang. The story takes place during the 1960's in Oklahoma.

What is the best book for a 16 year old? ›

  • Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. ...
  • The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. ...
  • The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. ...
  • The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. ...
  • The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. ...
  • The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank. ...
  • Esperanza Rising by Pam Muno Ryan. ...
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.

Is The Perks of Being a Wallflower appropriate for a 13 year old? ›

Age Appropriate for: 13 and up. Teens do what they're not supposed to, including drinking and using drugs—though depicted as goofy and benign, the drug use is presented in a way that might make it seem somehow necessary for self-discovery.

Is one of us lying appropriate? ›

Recommended for Ages 14 up. Bronwyn and her sister are half-Latino. One character comes out as gay midway through the story. Extreme profanity used with moderate frequency.

What YA should I read next? ›

Titles included:
  • Watch Us Rise by Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan.
  • The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi.
  • On The Come Up by Angie Thomas.
  • The Seven Torments of Amy and Craig by Don Zolidis.
  • A Thousand Sisters by Elizabeth Wein.
  • We Are The Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson.
  • Sadie by Courtney Summers.
  • The Cruel Prince by Holly Black.
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What do you read after YA? ›

25 Adult Books For Fans Of YA Shelf
  • Magic for Beginners (Paperback) Kelly Link. ...
  • Unholy Night (Paperback) Seth Grahame-Smith (Goodreads Author) ...
  • Goliath (Hardcover) ...
  • Golden Boy (Hardcover) ...
  • The Death of Bees (Hardcover) ...
  • Dare Me (Hardcover) ...
  • Ready Player One (Ready Player One, #1) ...
  • The Magicians (The Magicians, #1)

Can a 11 year old date? ›

While you may think your 11-year-old is very mature, the truth is, they are just not ready to be dating at this age. 11-year-olds can be really sensitive to peer pressure and their emotions can be all over the place due to their changing bodies and hormones.

What is considered the greatest book ever written? ›

The Greatest Books of All Time
  1. 1 . In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust. ...
  2. 2 . Ulysses by James Joyce. ...
  3. 3 . Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. ...
  4. 4 . One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. ...
  5. 5 . The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. ...
  6. 6 . Moby Dick by Herman Melville. ...
  7. 7 . War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. ...
  8. 8 .

What age is every last word for? ›

Every Last Word 4.7 out of 5 stars.
...
Product Details.
ISBN-13:9781484723647
Sales rank:475
Product dimensions:5.40(w) x 7.60(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range:12 - 17 Years
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Is a thousand boy kisses appropriate? ›

A stand-alone young adult tearjerker romance, recommended for ages fourteen and up.

Is the girl in Lgbtq pieces? ›

Gabi's life is super messy. She has to deal with her meth addicted dad, her strict religious aunt, her pregnant best friend, and her other best friend coming out as gay. She navigates her senior year, forges her identity, and works hard to come out on top.

Why should teenagers read books? ›

Reading for pleasure is associated with numerous benefits — from improvements in reading achievement and comprehension, writing, vocabulary, and general knowledge to improved empathy, understanding of self and others, and wellbeing. The more you enjoy reading, the more you read.

Is the book it appropriate for a 13 year old? ›

But I think that teenagers and also kids (obviusly of 12 and 13 year old) should read this book because the lessons that they can carry carry off of this book and how the book results inspirational. The book have some errors as many of Stephen King books.

How much should a 13 year old read per day? ›

3. The majority of children don't spend enough time reading outside of school. According to teachers, students should be reading between 15 minutes and 1 hour a day outside of school (85% of teachers expect daily reading in this range), but most of their students are reading less than the 15-minute daily minimum.

Is the fault in our stars appropriate for 13 year olds? ›

The Fault in Our Stars is a very sad but inspiring love story based on a popular young adult novel. Because of its disturbing themes of terminal illness and death, it isn't recommended for children under 14-15 years.

Is Shameless appropriate for 12 year olds? ›

Non it definitely is not unless you would like your kids to see nudity, sex ,bad language, theft ,deceit ,homosexual sex, lying and manipulating. The show is very very vulger. Definitely for adults only on the flip side it's very funny adult humor though.

Should I read my 13 year olds texts? ›

“It's just a tool. Reading your child's text messages is not that different than eavesdropping or reading their diary.” She advises parents to stay in their lane by steering clear of needless snooping, whether trying to find out what your kids are saying or who they are hanging out with.

Should I let my 12 year old read it? ›

I'd advise you not to read the book as of now. There are many reviews from parents stating that the book is a nightmare for kids below 16. So you may have to wait a while before reading it as the book is not child friendly. You can watch the movie instead.

How many hours of reading is too much? ›

How Much Reading in a Day is Too Much? Reading more than one hour in one sitting is too much, and reading over four hours in a day can be mentally exhausting. However, these recommendations are based on the average person, and your individual capacity may vary.

Can a 3 year old read? ›

There is plenty of evidence to prove that three year olds can read. However, this is not the norm. The usual age for a child to start reading is around the age of five. And there's nothing wrong with waiting for your child to be older before beginning with reading lessons.

What age should child write name? ›

There is no age that your child must know how to write his name. It will probably start emerging around 4 years, maybe a little earlier or later. If your child is too young developmentally to be expected to write, then the same applies to his name.

What age is one of us lying? ›

Recommended for Ages 14 up. Bronwyn and her sister are half-Latino. One character comes out as gay midway through the story. Extreme profanity used with moderate frequency.

What age is turtles all the way down for? ›

Product Details
ISBN-13:9780525555377
Pages:320
Sales rank:4,826
Product dimensions:5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:14 - 17 Years
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Is the Red Queen appropriate? ›

Definitely would recommend for a mature 10/11 year old, and it's a great start to get into read dystopian-type kind of novels! Although, as I said before, the book does progress in the romance and violence levels as it continues, so keep that in mind!

What is considered the greatest book ever written? ›

The Greatest Books of All Time
  1. 1 . In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust. ...
  2. 2 . Ulysses by James Joyce. ...
  3. 3 . Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. ...
  4. 4 . One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. ...
  5. 5 . The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. ...
  6. 6 . Moby Dick by Herman Melville. ...
  7. 7 . War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. ...
  8. 8 .

What is a good book series for an 11 year old? ›

Plenty of adventures await in series like Wings of Fire, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and other world-building series. There are also incredible series for tween readers who want stories that reflect their everyday life with tales of friendship, middle school drama, and more.

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