I'm looking for a Trio based Fantasy Series for Children, please help.

It is based on Harry Potter like theme, not very old – released after Harry Potter. It's a fantasy series, featuring three orphan kids.

  • With this little information, the answer could be almost anything. Can you remember any character names, events, location, setting, whether they had weapons or use of magic, who were the antagonists, when you read it, what format was it in, how many books in the series, any notable phrases used? – Valorum Feb 2 '14 at 10:29
  • His Dark Materials, Narnia series, Eragon? – Valorum Feb 2 '14 at 10:32
  • Sorry Richard, I don't have much information. The book released after Harry Potter. And has a Trio, I couldn't google it. – reemuskumar Feb 2 '14 at 10:37
  • It is based on 3 orphan kids. – reemuskumar Feb 2 '14 at 10:37
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    @Richard Please use comments to improve the question, and reserve possible answers for answer posts. – BESW Feb 2 '14 at 12:26

The Emerald Atlas by John Stephens - Book Cover enter image description here

Not very old, huh? How about the (pretty recent) The Books of Beginning series by John Stephens, first published in 2011. It begins with The Emerald Atlas, followed by The Fire Chronicle. The third installment, The Black Reckoning, is slated for 2015.

Here's a synopsis for the first book:

The Emerald Atlas follows orphan siblings Kate, Michael, and Emma who, following a succession of unsuccessful orphanage dwellings, are transferred to the mansion of Dr. Pym, where they find a magical book that grants the power of moving through time. Upon traveling to the past, they happen across a witch who has enslaved the nearby town in an attempt to find the book, known as the Atlas, that the children possess. As the siblings encounter various magical races in an effort to dispel the witch, Kate discovers that she is intrinsically bound to the Atlas, and that the three children are subject to an ancient prophecy. ~ Edited from Wikipedia

  • @reemuskumar No problem, glad to help! Don't forget to mark this one as 'answered' :-) – rumandwrite Feb 4 '14 at 5:02

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