Anything by Sarah Dessen ?Stolen by Lucy Christopher? Night by Elie Wiesel? Chinese Cinderella and the Secret Dragon Society by Adeline Yen Mah ?Kira-Kira by Cynthia Kadohata The Everafter by Amy Huntley
what genres do you like? im 13 so should know. popular series are harry potter, twilight, hunger games, Alex rider, the missing series, maximum ride. all of these ive read and loved. mot of them are sci fi and fantasy though so i really need you genre preference
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The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Divergent, Percy Jackson (and the spin off books), The Kingdom Keepers, The City of Ember, Tuck Everlasting, Maximum Ride, and Hatchet. Sorry, I love books :D (All but Tuck Everlasting have more books in the series)
Artemis Fowl, There's seven books in total. I thought it was really good, however it's a Fantasy, Magic in genre so if the specific child doesn't like that genre it might not be too good for the child. For me it was an incredibly well balanced between fake and real, making it believable and at the same time Fantasy. Disney brought the series after book three if I'm correct, and I didn't like the series as much after that. The series feels like it should end at book 3, but it goes on for another four books. I'd suggest you read the first 3 Artemis Fowl books before getting the entire series.
Try the Chaos Walking Series. The three books in the series are The Knife of Never Letting Go, The Ask and The Answer, and Monsters Of Men. They are really good; and the ending is wonderfully disastrous (in a good way)!
The Mortal Instruments (City of Bones) Nightshade by Andrea Cremer Any Sarah Dessen book, especially This Lullaby HARRY POTTER Morganville vampires Vampire Academy Dash and Lily's Book of Dares Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist How to Say Goodbye in Robot Girl by Blake Nelson Percy Jackson Maximum Ride House of Night Piers Anthony books (Sci-fi)
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A Coal Miner's Bride by Susan Bartolletti. It ends sad, but a good sad. Anastasia: The Last Grand Duchess by Carolyn Meyer. Again, sad, but a good sad. Any of the Lady Grace Cavendish Books. My Secret War by Mary Pope Osborne. Takes place in New York during WWII, and tells a lot that history books don't. Then, one of my personal favorites: Pirates! The Midnight Passage by James R. Hannibal. Five Stars from me!