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Old 03-21-2013, 04:00 PM   #24
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The Circle of Magic series by Tamora Pierce. Then anything else written by Pierce.
The Enchanted Forest series by Patricia Wrede.

The following might or might not be for readers younger than your daughter, but I remember liking these as a kid (no idea what age I was, though):
E.B. White: Trumpet of the Swan, Stuart Little, etc.
Beverly Cleary: The Mouse and the Motorcycle series, etc.
Ruth Chew: Do-It-Yourself Magic, etc.
Lynne Reid Banks: The Indian in the Cupboard series, etc.

Robin McKinley's Damar duology is great, but she might not want to read it at bedtime. Same for Patricia McKillip's Riddle Master of Hed series. Also consider Wildside by Steven Gould.
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