12 Magical Teen Fantasy Books on Hoopla

School is almost out around here, which means more time for pleasure reading.  Here are some great fantasy books for teens to download from libraries whether or not their library is open to the public yet. Most of them are books I’ve personally enjoyed, with a few top of the TBR pile books thrown in as well.

YA Fantasy Hoopla

Avatar: the Last Airbender: the Rise of Kyoshi by F.C. Yee (ebook on Hoopla and Libby)

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton (ebook and audiobook on Hoopla and Libby)

The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco (ebook on Hoopla, ebook and audiobook on Libby)

Brooklyn Brujas by Zoraida Córdova. First book Labyrinth Lost. (ebook on Hoopla and Libby)

The Colors of Madeleine by Jaclyn Moriarty. First book A Corner of White. (audiobook on Hoopla and Libby)

His Fair Assassin by Robin LaFevers. First book Grave Mercy. (ebook on Hoopla and Libby)

Legacy of Orïsha by Tomi Adeyemi. First book Children of Blood and Bone. (audiobook on Hoopla, ebook and audiobook on Libby)

The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline. (ebook and audiobook on Libby) (I know, this one is more sci-fi than fantasy, and it’s on Libby and not Hoopla.  I’m putting it on the list anyway.)

The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. First book The Raven Boys. (audiobook on Hoopla, ebook and audiobook on Libby)

Serpentine by Cindy Pon (ebook on Hoopla)

Shadowshaper by Daniel José Older (audiobook on Hoopla, ebook and audiobook on Libby)

Tiffany Aching by Terry Pratchett. First book The Wee Free Men. (ebooks on Hoopla and Libby)

There are more teen fantasy books on my previous list 12 Teen Books I Love on Hoopla. Check out my 10 Great Fantasy Audiobooks on Hoopla as well.  And let me know if I missed any of your favorite teen fantasy books available on Hoopla (or Libby!)

About Katy K.

I'm a librarian and book worm who believes that children and adults deserve great books to read.
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3 Responses to 12 Magical Teen Fantasy Books on Hoopla

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  2. Joshua says:

    Thank you so much for this. It means a lot to me. Some of these books are astounding.

    I read tales of the otori, all 7 books and haven’t found anything that could keep me occupied since. So thank you. Also if you know any Japanese/Asian books similar to tales of the otori please let me know?

    • Katy K. says:

      Hi, Joshua! Thanks for stopping by!
      I haven’t read the Tales of the Otori, but I see people saying they’re similar to the Graceling books by Kristin Cashore (which aren’t Asian, but which I did enjoy.) House of Shadows by Rachel Neumeier is Japanese-inspired. There’s also Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim – Chinese. I just read about a new Japanese fantasy coming from Inkyard Press in October – the Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker. The Monsteress graphic novel series is definitely Asian, both beautiful and very violent. Finally, since I don’t have very many Japanese fantasies I’ve read personally, you could try this list by a book blogger in Japan, which includes the Tales of the Otori. https://novelsandwaffles.com/top-ten-ya-books-set-in-japan/

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