"This is the first book in the Keys to the Kingdom series by Garth Nix. These are very inventive, intriguing tales that are a bit scary as well. An asthmatic boy finds himself the holder of a magical key and discovers a strange world run (or not run) by Mister Monday."
"I read this while I was in college and really enjoyed it. I have read all of them since. This is obviously a well-known fantasy book for children but I have to include it! I will just list the next titles: HP and the Chamber of Secrets, HP and the Prisoner of Azkaban, HP and the Goblet of Fire, HP and the Order of the Phoenix, HP and the Half-Blood Prince, HP and the Deathly Hallows."
"Fabulous fantasy trilogy. When I read these a few years ago I was not aware of any controversy and I certainly didn't pick up on any of the issues people have gotten upset about. It is a great series with fantastic ideas and characters!"
"This is a five book series that is very easy to read and enjoyable. Twin boys and their older sister move into their Aunt's old, creepy mansion where they discover a hidden room and a field guide claiming that all sorts of faerie folk exist. Adventure ensues."
"I love Dicamillo and this might be my favorite book by her. A splendid porcelain rabbit goes on many journeys to discover the meaning of love. This isn't fantasy in terms of wizards, magic and such but I am including it due to a thinking, feeling toy rabbit as the main character."