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The Okay Witch by Emma Steinkellner

This book is definitely worth reading. The main character Moth uncovers she is a witch, her mother is a witch and her mother is really much older then she looks. Moth has to fight not only the bullies at school but an old war between witches and witch hunters.

Unseen Magic by Emily Lloyd-Jones

This book has a magical town, unlabeled doors that lead anywhere, tea, and a main character who finds the courage to be themselves. Fin, the main character is filled with anxiety and has never lived in one place for too long. When she arrives at Aldermere, she starts to feel at home.


Renegades is a great read, especially if you like Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir! It has caped villains and superheroes with complicated backstories. It includes a very complicated love triangle between two heroes, with a dash of enemies to lovers. The main character Nova, is very interesting.

The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White

This book was so well written, I really enjoyed reading it. I had never before read anything by Kiersten White. The Chaos of Stars is about Egyptian and Geek Mythology.  Isadora, the main character is the daughter of two Egyptian gods. She is a mortal who wants to escape the life she currently lives by traveling to America. Where she meets a boy who writes epic poetry, has a cool truck, and has the most dazzling perfect blue eyes. Isadora is fierce and doesn't care about romance; she wants to be independent and free.

Teen Review - Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

Steelheart is a great book by Brandon Sanderson about David who wants to avenge his father's death. His father, a great optimist to many degrees, believed that the world would be saved by superheroes. However, David's dad got brutally murdered by one of the heroes he believed in, prompting David to seek out superhero hunters and join their forces. 

Chobits Volume 1

Why bother with people when you could have the perfect companion? In a world where personal computers (or persocoms) have been given human form, that is the question that Chobits - the beautifully drawn, thought-provoking science fiction story by CLAMP - explores.

Magus of the Library by Mitsu Izumi

A book for book lovers! Theo Fumis loves books, but because he lives in the slums, the town librarian refuses to let him borrow books or even set foot inside the library. That doesn't stop him from sneaking in to read them though! Due to his mixed ancestry, easily apparent by his pointed ears and blonde hair, Theo is shunned by nearly all of the town's residence, and books are his only escape from his harsh life. A life he dreams of leaving behind by becoming a kafna.

Nettle and Bone by T. Kingfisher

Looking for a dark, yet quirky fantasy quest? Look no further. Nettle and Bone (2022) delivers with the story of Marra, a princess determined to save her sister from an abusive marriage. Of course she needs help on her quest and help comes in the form of a dust-wife (a witch who can speak to the dead), a dog made of bones, an honorable knight saved from goblins, a fairy godmother with dubious talents and a demon possessed chicken.  

Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan

To say Xingyin has lived a sheltered life is putting it mildly. She, her mother, and her mother's attendant live alone in the Palace of Pure Light on the moon, for Xingyin's mother is the moon goddess. Their days pass peacefully, until Xingyin awakens her celestial powers, which prompts an unexpected visit from the Celestial Empress. Xingyin learns that her birth was a secret, and that her mother's position as the moon goddess is a punishment for drinking the elixir of immortality, which the Celestial Emperor gifted to Xingyin's father for saving the mortal realm from the sunbirds.