Great Book Series for Teen and Tween Boys

I have a voracious teenage reader. He can finish a book in an afternoon. Needless to say we are ALWAYS on the lookout for good, clean reads for him. At 13, he tends to be a bit picky. But we've found several series that he has loved that we would recommend to any boy (ages 9-15+) that we think they would enjoy. Here's our list:

15 Amazing Book Series Suggestions for Tween and Teen Boys from www.jengallacher.com.


I have linked you to the first of each book in this series or to the complete series as a set. Affiliate links have been used where possible.

Ranger's Apprentice by John Flanagan: Follows young Will and his friends as he learns how to be a Ranger. Fantasy.

Brotherband by John Flanagan: A secondary series to the "Ranger's Apprentice" series. Follows one of Will's friend Hal on his adventures.

Tombquest by Michael Northrup: Similar to the 39 Clues and Spirit Animals (written by several authors). Follows an Egyptian storyline line in modern times.

The Blackwell Pages by K. L. Armstrong: Follows Matt a modern-day descendant of Thor.

Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan: Written by the popular author of the Percy Jackson series. This one follows two siblings and their interactions with Egyptian gods.

Ascendance Trilogy by Jennifer A. Nielsen: Three book fantasy series.

Five Kingdoms by Brandon Mull:Written by the popular author of "Fablehaven" this one has a fantasy twist in a modern tale.

Fablehaven by Brandon Mull: Two siblings must help run an ancient sanctuary of make-believe beings. Super popular series!

Unwanteds by Lisa McMann: Clever telling of people who have magical powers and those who don't.

Adventurer's Wanted by M. L. Forman: Young adventurers get to pick their own adventures with surprising outcomes and consequences.

The Children of the Lamp by P. B. Kerr: Two siblings discover they are djinn and have special powers and must save the world.

How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell: The series that inspired the popular movies and TV series. Humorous with funny pictures.

Septimus Heap by Angie Sage: A young boy becomes a magical apprentice and learns his interesting history.

The Menagerie by Tui Sutherland: Similar in style to "Fablehaven" with the escape of magical creatures from a special preserve.

Seven Wonders by Peter Deranges: Similar in style to Percy Jackson in a modern tale of a boy who must use special powers to save the world.

Janitors by Tyler Whitsides: Discover the secret world of Janitors and how they must defend you while you're at school.

The Magic Thief by Sarah Prineas:  A young boy is drawn into a world of wizardy and magic.


2 comments

  1. Some great suggestions here, lots of new ones to add to my own reading list lol thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thank you Jen for this list...I also have a 13 year old, but he's not a big reader, he gets bored easily with them, so I am always looking for books that might grab his attention and take hold. :)

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