7 Best Fiction Books about Siblings (Awesome Reads)

Siblings are like Tom and Jerry: They tease each other, knock down each other, irritate each other, but can’t live without each other!

SO true!! And I can personally attest to it because I also have an annoying sister. Don’t tell her that, it’s between us. Ssshhhhh!!!

And if you’re looking to read or gift fiction books about siblings, then this article is for you.

We have also given the link to the detailed review wherever possible.

Also, Bonus: Below each book, we have said why we recommend this book to you. And, all have been arranged in alphabetical order. Because they all are best.

Books about siblings fiction
Fiction Books about Siblings

Also, most of the books mentioned below are available on Kindle Unlimited. So, if you have subscribed to it, you can read them for free. And if you want to check if kindle unlimited is for you or not, you can check this article: Is kindle unlimited worth it? (Basic Questions Answered) – Favbookshelf

So, let’s get started…


#1 Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo


About the Book

Clap When You Land by Elizabeth
Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo

Title: Clap When You Land

Author: Elizabeth Acevedo

Genre: YA, Realistic Fiction

Publisher: Harper Teen

Type: Standalone

Pages: 432

Goodreads Rating: 4.3 / 5

Trigger Warnings: Loss of a loved one, harassment, and sexual assault

The story follows the two sisters, Camino and Yahaira. Camino lives in the Dominican Republic, while Yahaira lives in New York. For their whole lives, neither of the sisters knew the other existed. Unknown to them, their father leads two very separate lives. But, that is until a plane crash flips everything they thought they knew. This book is about loss, forgiveness, grief, secrets, sisters, and is full of culture.

Why do we recommend this book?

This book is written in verse, which I found a bit scary at first. However, the author wrote in such a way that everything flowed together seamlessly. I will be honest, I bought this book because of its cover.🙈 But it was an amazing read and definitely in my Top 5 Reads of this year. If you want to read books about siblings, I can’t think of any other better book you can start with.

If you want to buy/gift Clap When You Land, click on the link below.👇


#2 Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell


About the Book

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Title: Fangirl

Author: Rainbow Rowell

Genre: YA, Realistic Fiction

Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin

Type: Series

Pages: 483

Goodreads Rating: 4.2 / 5

Fangirl is a story of love, fanfiction, and sisters bond. For Cath, the main character, her whole world is full of Simon Snow and her twin sister. She writes fanfiction about it with her sister. But as they move to college, Wren, her sister, has kind of grown out of the fandom and wants to explore without her sister at her hip. But Cath doesn’t want to do so. She still writes fanfiction about it and loves Simon. In college, Wren and her drift apart leaving Cath on her own. This book is about how they get close again, getting out of their comfort zone, and Simmon Snow.

Why do we recommend this book?

I had this on my to-be-read list for some time. And then on my birthday, my sister gifted me this book. I liked the book. It is a fun and lovely read.

If you want to buy/gift Fangirl, click on the link below.👇


#3 Island of A Thousand Mirrors by Nayumi Munaweera


About the Book

Island of a Thousand Mirrors, books about siblings fiction
Island of a Thousand Mirrors by Nayomi Munaweera

Title: Island of A Thousand Mirrors

Author: Nayomi Munaweera

Genre: Domestic Fiction, Novel, War- story

Publisher: Perera Hussein Publishing House

Type: Standalone

Pages: 225

Goodreads Rating: 4.1 / 5

Island of A Thousand Mirrors is a fiction book about the Sri Lankan civil war. It is an unforgettable tale of lives twisted by terrible violence. This book tells us the story of two girls who are on the opposite sides of the civil war in Sri Lanka; one is Sinhala and the other, Tamil. It offers a unique picture of a beautiful land during its most difficult moments. Island of A Thousand Mirrors is about sibling rivalries and adolescent heartbreaks, the burdens of exile and belonging, and the harsh needs of survival.

Why do we recommend this book?

This is one of the most amazing stories you will ever read. Even after finishing the book, the story stays in your mind. Must-read!

Check out: Full review of Island of A Thousand Mirrors (Spoiler Free)

If you want to read Island of A Thousand Mirrors, click on the link below.👇


#4 Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan


About the Series

Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan,
Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan

Title: Kane Chronicles

Author: Rick Riordan

Genre: Egyptian Mythology, Fantasy Fiction

Publisher: Disney Hyperion

Type: Series

No. of Books in it: 3

Books in it: #1The Red Pyramid, #2 The Throne of Fire, #3 The Serpent’s Shadow

Goodreads Rating: 4.1 / 5

Everything goes wrong when Carter, the main character, his father, and his sister Sadie go to the British Museum for a private viewing of the Rosetta Stone. But there at the museum, when their dad blows the stone apart, he gets trapped in a sarcophagus. And then he disappears into the floor. That’s when long-lost Uncle, Amos, helps them escape to a Brooklyn mansion. And that’s just the start! This magical read, The Kane Chronicles, involves the unleashing of the ancient Egyptian Gods, reviving the sun god Ra, and Apophis trying to swallow the sun.

P.S.: This book is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, then you can read this book for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

You will absolutely love this series and every book in it. It is just so amazing and fun and captivating, it’s Fabulous!!! And this series will definitely make you look at reading in a positive light.

If you want to know our whole thought on this series, click here: Review of The Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan – Favbookshelf

If you want to buy/gift The Red Pyramid, book one in The Kane Chronicles, click on the link below. 👇


#5 To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han


About the Series

To All the boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han, books about siblings
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

Title: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Author: Jenny Han

Genre: YA, Romance

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books

Type: Series

No. of Books: 3

Books in it: #1 To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, #2 P.S. I Still Love You, #3 Always and Forever Lara Jean

Goodreads rating: 4.4 / 5

Lara Jean Song keeps her love letters in the hatbox her mother gave her. They aren’t the letters that anyone else wrote for her; these are ones she has written. There are five letters, one for each boy she has ever had a crush on, but never said it out loud. She pours out her heart and soul when she writes and says all the things she wouldn’t ever say in real life. Until the day her secret letters are mailed, Lara Jean’s love life suddenly goes from imaginary to out of control and real.

Why do we recommend this series?

I don’t know what to say about this book. This book is just so amazing, fabulous, and wonderfully written. And I’m sure, your reaction will also be the same after reading this series.

If you want to buy/gift To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, click on the link below.👇


#6 The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare


About the Series

The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

Title: The Mortal Instruments

Author: Cassandra Clare

Publisher: Walker Books

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young adult

No. of Books in the Series: 6

Books in the series: #1 City of Bones, #2 City of Ashes, #3 City of Glass, #4 City of Fallen Angels, #5 City of Lost Souls, #6 City of Heavenly Fire

In this series, the Shadowhunters protect the world of human people from dark forces, demons, and other supernatural things. Clarissa, the main character, is introduced to the world of Shadowhunters on her 18th birthday. The Mortal Instruments is her story as she gets along with her friends and fellow shadow hunters to destroy Valentine and his son.

Why do we recommend this book?

What should I say about this series? It is absolutely amazing. The best thing about this series is its world-building and writing style. It’s awesome. It is just an amazing series of true friendships, siblings bond, love, fantasy, and magic.

If you want to buy/gift City of Bones, click on the link below.👇


#7 To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee


About the Book

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, books about siblings
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Title: To Kill A Mockingbird

Author: Harper Lee

Genre: Classic, YA, Fiction

Publisher: Harper Perennial Modern Classics

Type: Standalone

Pages: 324

Goodreads Rating: 4.2 / 5

Trigger Warnings: Rape, Violence, Racism

To Kill A Mockingbird portrays American culture in the early 19th century. Atticus is a lawyer and father to Scout and Jem. And when a white lady accuses Tom Robbinson, a black man, of raping her, Atticus chooses to fight for Tom. To Kill A Mockingbird is a story of how these charges affect Scout and Jem, and how it changes their life. It is a story of race, class, gender, inequality, injustice, hypocrisy, cruelty, hate, courage, the power of kindness, family, and innocence, seen through the eyes of the young Scout (Jean Louise) and her brother, Jem, the children of Atticus. It is a realistic and very heartwrenching story.

Why do we recommend this book?

This book made me happy, sad, cry, angry and laugh. I liked how the relationship between Jem and Scout progressed. I recommend this because it surprised me how easy to read it was. This is a perfect recommendation for readers who enjoy classic, realistic, and historical fiction.

If you want to buy/gift To Kill A Mockingbird, click on the link below.👇


P.S: Some books recommended here are available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, then you can read these books for free. Check out this article: Is Kindle Unlimited Worth It?

SO, to conclude here is the list of the best fiction books about siblings

1.Clap When You Land by Elizabeth AcevedoBuy the Book
2.Fangirl by Rainbow RowellBuy the Book
3.Island of A Thousand Mirrors by Nayomi MunaweeraBuy the Book
4.Kane Chronicles by Rick RiordanBuy the Box Set
5.To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny HanBuy the Box Set
6.The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra ClaireBuy the Box Set
7.To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper LeeBuy the Book
7 Best Fiction Books about Siblings

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