What to read when you've finished the Harry Potter series
You've reached the final page of The Deathly Hallows. You've rattled through the twists and turns of The Cursed Child play (and maybe even seen it at the theatre).
What now? How do you fill that big Harry Potter-shaped hole in your life?
Don't worry. Here are some excellent and magical adventures to get lost in, next...
Author: Cornelia Funke
Publisher: The Chicken House
12-year-old Meggie and her father, Mo, a bookbinder, both love reading, but since the disappearance of Meggie's mother, they no longer read together. One night a stranger knocks at their door, prompting Mo to reveal his awful secret.
Author: Eoin Colfer
Twelve-year-old criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl hatches an ingenious plot to steal all the gold in fairy land.
Author: Rick Riordan
In this leftfield comic fantasy novel, 12-year-old Percy Jackson discovers that the Greek gods of Olympus are alive and living in modern-day New York.
Author: Philip Pullman
This extraordinary fantasy is the first book in Philip Pullman's multi-award-winning His Dark Materials trilogy
Author: Jasper Fforde
Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
Times are tough for Jennifer Strange, manager of Kazam Mystical Arts - then predictions of a new Dragonslayer coming to slay the Last Dragon begin...
Author: Jessica Townsend
Publisher: Orion Children's Books
Born on Eventide, Morrigan Crow is a 'cursed child', blamed for every misfortune and destined to die on her eleventh birthday. But just before midnight strikes, the mysterious Jupiter North appears, offering Morrigan another choice: journey with him to Nevermore. In this magical world, she moves into Jupiter's awesome, ever-changing hotel and enters the tria…
Author: Philip Reeve
London is on the move again: the traction city trawls the world on wheels, capturing and eating smaller towns.
Author: Jonathan Stroud
Publisher: Doubleday Children's Books
A fantastic, fast-paced adventure story set in a vividly-realised world of Arabian and Biblical myth.
Author: Anne Plichota and Cendrine Wolf Translator: Sue Rose
Publisher: Pushkin Children's Books
The Oksa Pollock series has legions of fans all over the world, and this first installment leaves us in no doubt why.
Author: Derek Landy
Meet Skulduggery Pleasant, skeleton detective, fighting to save the world from wizard-gone-to-the-dark-side, Nefarian Serpine.