young adult literature
Faith, as Marcelo learns in Franciso X. Stork's young-adult novel, is following the music when we don't hear it.
My mother read to us a lot when we were little. Most of us were girls. And she liked classic stuff, so I grew up with a strong working knowledge of Little House and Little Women. (I don't think we ever read Little Men, but let's be honest, who did? Also: It's still about Jo!) But the house favorite was definitely Anne of Green Gables.
While Suzanne Collins’s trilogy does not have overt Christian themes, it does offer a social vision familiar to Christians.