Books for Teens Who Love Fantasy Story Video Games

Teaching homeschooled teens who are fascinated with fantasy story video games can prove to be a challenge. If it seems as if they are so engrossed with video game play that they think of little else, it can seem as if it’s impossible to get them to actively engage in any other form of learning. 

But, if you meet them where they are you’ll be more likely to inspire them. To do this you have to realize that fantasy story video games are just that, stories. Which means your child likes the fantasy story that goes along with the games. So instead of requiring them to read material they aren’t interested in, introduce them to great literature in the form of fantasy stories. 

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Fantasy stories are fictional stories that often have some type of supernatural elements that serve as the foundation to the plot. This is exactly what fantasy story video games offer as well. So allowing them to read good literature that has a similar plot to what they love in their video games let’s them explore their interests in the pages of a book. 

Fantasy Story Books for Teens 

The Inheritance Series, by Christopher Paolini 

 


 

The Chronicles of Narnia, by C.S. Lewis

 


 

The Chronicles of Prydain, by Lloyd Alexander    

 


The Bridge to Tarabithia, by Katherine Paterson

 


 

The Tree of Ages Series, by Sara C. Roethle

 


 

The Tripods Collection, by John Christopher

 


 

The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, by J.R.R. Tolkien                                     

 

A Wrinkle in Time Series, by Madeleine L’Engle

 


Watership Down Series, by Richard Adams



The Space Trilogy, by C.S. Lewis


A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain 

 


20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, by Jules Verne 
Well, really any of the Jules Verne novels as Journey to the Center of the Earth or The Mysterious Island would be good for a fantasy story for teens who love fantasy story video games.

 


The goal is to capture their interest outside the game. Once they discover the joy of reading, and understand that reading can offer entertainment as well as pique their intrest you’ll see them gravitating to books in addition to wanting to play games.

Be sure to grab these Fantasy Story Logic Puzzle Printables.

What fantasy story books are you introducing to your teens?

 

 

 

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Renee is Christian, wife, mom, author, and blogger. On her blog, you'll find encouragement for helping you to seek a life of peace, discussions about family, marriage, homeschooling, and gifted education. These discussions center around seeking and finding peace through Biblical guidance and patterning life after God's design for marriage.

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