3.3M 3.4M 3M 3 million people read medical science-fiction novels every year, and about 70% of them are adults.
A study from the American Psychological Association shows that more than a third of the books on their list of Top 10 most popular read lists are medical science fictions.
So, it seems only natural that these books would get the attention of readers of all ages. Read more But while the vast majority of books are aimed at adults, there are a handful of books that are geared more specifically towards younger readers.
In 2017, we looked at 10 books that focus on children, but there are many more, like: The Book Thief: A Guide to the World of Sherlock Holmes, by Emma Watson.
The Adventures of Little Jack and the Princesses of the Moon, by E.M. Forster.
Little People: A Memoir, by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
And finally, the Masters of Sex: Adventures of a Worldly Romantic, by Neil Gaiman.
Which ones are your favorite?
If you like these books, we have a list of more than 100 others to choose from.
We also have a handy list of the 100 Best Novels of All Time.