Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 decade ago

Anybody know some good books/authors?

Does anybody know some good books? If u do plz tell me the author if u know!


I am 11.

21 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    What type of book do you like the best?

    Fantasy/mystery/science fiction:

    The Neverending Story by Michael Ende

    OutCast quartet by Christopher Golden and Thomas E. Sniegoski

    #1 The Un-Magician

    #2 Dragon Secrets

    #3 Ghostfire

    #4 Wurm War

    Ghost trilogy by Bruce Coville

    #1 The Ghost in the Third Row

    #2 The Ghost Wore Gray

    #3 The Ghost in the Brass Bed

    His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman

    #1 The Golden Compass (published overseas as Northern Lights)

    #2 The Subtle Knife

    #3 The Amber Spyglass

    - then the short story Lyra's Oxford

    The Young Wizards series by Diane Duane, starting with So You Want to Be a Wizard

    John Bellairs books, including The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt

    Mary Downing Hahn books, including The Doll in the Garden

    Margaret Peterson Haddix, including Among the Hidden (the first in the Shadow Children series), Just Ella, and Turnabout

    The Wish by Gail Carson Levine

    Whales on Stilts by M.T. Anderson

    Sisters, Long Ago by Peg Kehret


    White Fang by Jack London

    Call of the Wild by Jack London

    Anne Shirley octet by L.M. Montgomery

    #1 Anne of Green Gables

    #2 Anne of the Island

    #3 Anne of Avonlea

    #4 Anne of Windy Poplars

    #5 Anne's House of Dreams

    #6 Anne of Ingleside

    #7 Rainbow Valley

    #8 Rilla of Ingleside

    All of the Shoes books by Noel Streatfeld, including

    Ballet Shoes

    Dancing Shoes

    Theatre Shoes

    Louisa May Alcott books, including Little Women

    Frances Hodgson Burnett books, including The Secret Garden

    All-of-a-Kind Family series by Sydney Taylor

    Dramatic/realistic fiction:

    The Alice McKinley series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, starting with The Agony of Alice - Note that there are now prequels that follow Alice from 3rd - 5th grade (easier reads for younger kids, G-rated) in addition to the newer titles set in high school (getting a little older, subject/content-wise)

    Sixth-Grade Glommers, Norks, and Me by Lisa Papademetriou

    Sixth Grade Can Really Kill You by Barthe DeClements

    The Truth About Sixth Grade by Colleen O'Shaughnessy McKenna

    Louis Sachar books, including Sixth Grade Secrets

    Jerry Spinelli books, including Maniac Magee

    Click Here (To Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade) by Denise Vega

    Behind the Attic Wall by Sylvia Cassedy

    Judy Blume books, including Just as Long as We're Together

    Cynthia Voigt books, starting with Homecoming

    The two Skye O'Shea titles by Megan Shull, as well as Amazing Grace

    Anastasia Krupnik series by Lois Lowry

    Tru Confessions and Multiple Choice, both by Janet Tashjian

    The Broccoli Tapes by Jan Slepian

    The Creek by Jennifer L. Holm

    Where I'd Like To Be by Frances O'Roark Dowell

    The Girls by Amy Goldman Koss

    The Alison Rules by Catherine Clark

    The Key to the Golden Firebird by Maureen Johnson

    The Steps by Rachel Cohn

    The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsall

    Define "Normal" by Julie Anne Peters

    The Misfits by James Howe

    Quit It by Marcia Byalick

    Historical fiction:

    Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

    The Devil's Arithmetic by Jane Yolen

    The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare

    Breaking with Charity by Ann Rinaldi

    Mable Riley by Marthe Jocelyn

    (See the classics list for more historical fiction!)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Gail Carson Levine -- Ella Enchanted

    Shannon Hale -- The Goose Girl

    Shannon Hale -- The Princess Academy

    Jane Yolen -- Briar Rose

    Jane Yolen -- The Devil's Arithmetic

    Lois Lowry -- Number the Stars

    Lois Lowry -- The Giver

    Donna Jo Napoli -- Bound (so many books)

    Rick Riordan -- The Lightning Thief

    Rick Riordan -- Sea of Monsters

    Sarah Weeks -- So B. It

    Sarah Weeks -- Jumping the Scratch

    Laura Gallego Garcia -- The Legend of the Wandering King

    Pam Munoz Ryan -- Becoming Naomi Leon

    Louis Sachar -- Holes

    E. L. Konigsburg -- The View From Saturday

    E.L. Konigsburg -- The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place

    Cynthia Kadohata -- Kira-Kira

    Cynthia Kadohata -- Weedflower

    Shelley Pearsall -- Trouble Don't Last

    Shelley Pearsall -- Crooked River

    Richard Peck -- The Teacher's Funeral

    K.L. Going -- The Liberation of Gabriel King


    The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis

    Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery

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  • 4 years ago

    Dragon Rider, by Cornelia Funke. Or really anything by Cornelia Funke.

    Fablehaven, by Brandon Mull

    A Series of Unfortunate Events, by Lemony Snicket

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    King Fortis the Brave is a great book about a pair of twelve-year-old twins that are brought into a magical world where they find themselves caught in a battle for control of the land. Full of adventure and humor, it is perfect for someone eleven (and I know a lot of adults who have enjoyed it as well)

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  • 1 decade ago

    There are so many! It all depends on what type of book you like to read. Try going to your local library and they usually have a good selection of age appropriate books or can steer you in the right direction for the type of book you want to read.

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  • 3 years ago

    nicely, i've got seen too many new writers searching for criticism. This, with the aid of all potential, i'm high-quality with. I do have a situation, although, once you supply it to them, and that they only get disenchanted. they are no longer searching for criticism, they're searching for a pat on the decrease back and thorough approval of what they wrote, whether this is sturdy or undesirable. around ninety% of the questions are especially very resembling that. even whilst the writing is actual unbelievably terrible, the common answer would be: OMG UR LYK SO AMAZIN U SHULD GET printed N I WULD LYK TTLI examine IT!!! i think distinctive the professional answerers desperate to circulate away B&A as a results of fact of that. whilst somebody is calling for criticism at here, this is in simple terms yet another word for approval. they do no longer probably choose you to tell them how nicely they did, or whether you will have a comma here or there. yet another element this is fairly stressful is whilst somebody asks on your OPINION on a e book or despite...and you tell them...and that they bash you. B&A additionally lost distinctive the liberty it used to have. you could no longer talk freely approximately your opinion in view which you comprehend the guy who asked the question is going to bash you especially undesirable. i think of this is extra often than not as a results of upward push in childrens around here. i do no longer ideas having adolescents ask around- its actual especially exciting- yet i'd would desire to declare some, emphasis on the some, may be fairly petty around here.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. A must-read.

    Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. Fun & entertaining.

    Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. Also a must-read.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Call of the Wild by Jack London and any books by Beverly Cleary.

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  • 1 decade ago

    uhm.. i have read alot of books when i was still 11, but i'm not sure what kind of books do you like or if you like to read something that is heavy or for kids your age.. my favorite is the Baby sitters club... there's also Goosebumps, and if you want something for a laugh, try HELP! hehe... try this: CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE PRETEEN SOUL.. i was inspired by it, so you may be inspired by it too.... i'm 16 btw... GOD bless!

    Source(s): me.. from reading a lot of books
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  • 1 decade ago

    Twilight, by Stephanie Meyers (its about a girl who falls in love with a vampire)

    Inkheart, by Corneila Funke (sp). very good book, if your into magic stuff.

    Harry potter books, and Series of unfortunate events.

    hope i helped..

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