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Top 5 Fictional Siblings

10 April 2021 Share

Book recommendations featuring our favourite fictional brothers and sisters...

The team are celebrating the special bond between siblings this National Siblings Day with our top 5 book recommendations that feature our favourite, fictional brothers and sisters. Read on to find out what makes them so special! 


The Pevensie Siblings

from the The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, by C. S. Lewis


"The Pevensie siblings never give up on each other - even when Edmund sells them out for a Turkish delight! Instead, they stick by him and support him until he realises his mistake and rejoins the good side so they can all become kings and queens together."

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Charlie & Lola

from the Charlie and Lola series, by Lauren Child


"This is a whole series that follows young Charlie as he looks after his little sister, Lola. With adventures featuring everything from pets and the planet to wobbly teeth and feeling poorly, these siblings tackle it all together."

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The Railway Children

from The Railway Children, by E. Nesbitt


"This trio suffer huge upheaval when their father is unexpectedly taken away from them, yet they work together to keep each other safe and to bring their family back together. Plus, their wonderful imaginations make them a joy to read about!"

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Usha and Immy

from When Secrets Set Sail, by Sita Bramachari


"Immy has just been adopted by Usha’s parents, and neither of them are sure this is a good thing. But during this family centric adventure they learn more about each other and grow close. It’s lovely to see their relationship evolve and the strong bond they form is totally heart warming." 

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The Weasleys

from the Harry Potter series, by J. K Rowling 


"The Weasley's have a big and varied family dynamic. But even after unmatched pranks and many ups and downs, at the end of the day they're always there for each other. Plus, they have no problem with making their family even bigger by ensuring their friends feel part of it too." 

Available here.


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