By the title I mean, any stories that could somehow tie into being otherkin, or maybe just good books around animals, aliens, whatever there could be an otherkin of. Themes like people turning into animals, or being raised by them maybe? Any kind of relation you can think of that might be a good read for someone who's otherkin, or maybe just a book you enjoyed particularly because it resonates with your kintype. My first recommendation is The Shapeshifter series, by Ali Sparkes. I enjoyed this series a lot in my early teens, but I could see it being enjoyable for older persons also. The story centres around a boy called Dax who discovers purely by accident that they can shapeshift into a fox. Later on they also discover they can change into a Falcon, also one more animal, but that's right at the end so I won't spoil that one. They're sent to a place where there's loads of other teens and children with special abilities from mind reading, to talking to the dead, to levitating spoons. There's also a few spiritual tones now and then, with a wolf spirit talking to him on occasion and maybe some other stuff I won't spoil. It's still one of my favourite book series. My other shapeshifting recommendation is The Switchers trillogy, by Kate Thompson. This is another one about shapeshifting into animals, but this is far less constrained to just two species, being able to change into any animal they can think of. This one is less sci-fi and a bit more fantasy/spiritual if I remember right, but it was a long time ago I read it. Regardless, it was enjoyable. Another good series by Kate Thompson is The Missing Link trilogy (Also known as the Fourth World trilogy), which interested me a lot upon reading through each book. As taken from the back of the Origins book, 'In the secret community where, through genetic experiments, animals can talk and children carry animal genes, an unimaginable alien presence makes its appearance.' These stories are weird, creative and certainly caught my attention upon reading it. If you can keep up with it's confusing twists and turns, it's a fantastic read through them all. I think those are my main suggestions, but would like to hear if anyone else has any good books to share.