Fantasy (n) [fan-tuh-see]
If a spoken word or physical action has a result that logic would imply is not related to the word or action; i.e. a boy waves a stick in the air and 2d6 Dire Rats appear;
then you're probably looking at MAGIC.
The difference between Magic and Science is that one pretends it has nothing to do with the other, and the second laughs maniacally and whispers "I'm everywhere." You can decide which is which.
Works like Artemis Fowl and Harry Potter belong in this category, and the Scribe is confident no one will argue with her about that.