I'm assuming you don't want Fantasy type stuff? I'd go with anything by Sarah Dessen. She's one of my favorite authors. Her books are (in order by year) That Summer, Someone Like You, Keeping the Moon, Dreamland, This Lullaby, The Truth About Forever, Just Listen, Lock and Key, Along for the Ride, What Happened to Goodbye, and her newest book is The Moon and More. You don't need to read them in order, as they really have nothing to do with each other. I hope I helped!
Tiger's curse, The mortal instruments, The infernal devices, Soul Screamers, The vampire diaries, Nightworld, Wicked Lovely, Graveminder, The Lux series, The selection, Kissed by angel, Halflings, Half-blood, Darkest powers, and Darkest rising. Those are just a few of the series I like. If you want to know about anymore just ask me, sincerely a bookaholic
I think the Beka Cooper series by Tamora Pierce is absolutely amazing. It's about a girl who trains as a guard in a violent, chaotic city, and is written like it's her diary. Also, I love books by Stephen King and Erin Hunter.
I think the most important types of books do you like, my personal recommendation, you can see some of the Chicken Soup, or some books to develop good character. Look at some of the best, people doing things related books. I personally think that, as long as they like, reading is a good thing for us.
Teen girls often struggle with self image, fitting in, hormonal challenges etc. It's a tough time to be a teen. The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer is an easy to read, brilliantly written book that, if read, contemplated and understood, will help every teen grow up to be an amazing, well balanced, bff to all who know her. Every person who I've reco'd this book to has called me after they've read it to say "thanks, that book was written about me and was exactly what I needed"
Well, I am a teen (14) and I really love reading books. I am already done with Harry Potter (come on!) and I am never gonna touch twilight. You can read Heroes of Olympus (series) Or you can try Percy Jackson ( I read it when I was 12 actually). If you're done with that, I think you should read Meg Cabot stuff cuz she usually writes books which appeals teens! Here are some books that I have read till now (started at age 13). 1-To Kill a Mocking Bird 2- The Hobbit (I loved it!) 3- The lord of the rings ( I read it when i was 10 but) 4- Inheritance series (a personal fave!) 5- My sister's keeper Actually, once I start talking about books, its impossible for me to shut up. I really hope you try out some of these books ( and like it!). If you haven't found this small list ok, I think you should ask a librarian. She'll help you out the best. Hope I helped. Let me know!
The Wake series by Lisa McMann (book 1 is Wake). I had to get used to McMann's writing style. It seemed really.....impersonal at first, but the story was so good that I gave it a chance, and got used to it. I also recommend Graceling by Kristan Cashore. Very smart writing.
OOOH You should either read Maximum Ride series (if you like a little bit of angels, action, and romance) OR the book I'm hooked on House of Night series (if you like vampyres, action, and romance) they're both amazing!
Sarah Dessen's books are good The Wake triology (Wake, Fade, Gone) The Body Finder series (The Body Finder, Desires of the Dead, etc) Perfect Chemistry series (Perfect Chemistry, Rules of Attraction, etc) 13 Reasons Why If I Stay Party by Tom Leveen Perks of Being a Wallflower Looking for Alaska
shatter me ,the carrie diaries series ,the lucky one ,a walk to remember ,safe haven ,the perks of being a wallflower ,the hunger games series ,pretty little liars? ,vampire academy series , uglies ,percy jackson series ,the host , Jenny Han books http://www.goodreads.com/list/tag/teen
((Hmm.... As for what I am reading, I can only recommend the historical novels and biographies. My favourites are 'Elizabeth: Apprenticeship' by David Starkey and Sienkiewicz's 'Deluge', though it's better to read the Trilogy in chronological order, so starting with 'With Fire and Sword'. And besides history, Harry Potter is great as well <3 ))
the warriors series. its not for little kids like a lot of people think. in the books there is love, hatred, drama, magic, and downright bloodthirsty murder. there are like 50 books in the series. it took me about a year and a half to read all of them but i NEVER got tired of them because there are new characters all the time!!!!
Classics! Get the complete & unabridged not the dumbed down versions. 'The Silmarillion' by Tolkien. 'Out of the Silent Planet', & 'The Screwtape Letters' by Lewis. 'Pilgrim's Progress' by Bunyan. 'All Creatures Great & Small' series, Jim Harriot. 'The Phantom Tollbooth' Northon Juster. 'The Prince &the Pauper', Mark Twain. 'Watership Down' by Adams. 'Ivanhoe" Sir Walter Scott. 'Matilda', 'Boy', 'The BFG' by Roald Dahl. 'The Giver' Lois Lowry. 'Knots in My Yo-yo String, Spinelli. 'Robinson Crusoe' Daniel Defoe.
13 Reasons why by Jay Asher Leaving Paradise by Simone Elkeles Returning to Paradise by Simone Elkeles Flipped by Rob Reiner The Bible Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yeh Mah Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli Hiroshima by Alfred A. Knopf
try some of the Susane Colasanti they start off slow but they are really good. another one is Love? Maybe. by heather helper once again it starts off slow but it is really good. and the series dork diaries depending on how old they are. oh and most of these books are for girls
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Nancy Drew books, Awakening to life ( on Wattpad ), The story of my life, A walk to remember, Lord of the rings series, Three men in a boat, Someone like you ( by Durajoy Datta and Nikita Singh )... and many more would be there if you search on Wattpad ... :)
I personally enjoy Maggie Stiefvater's series of Shiver, Linger, and Forever. It's basically a book about a girl and a wolf. It's very descriptive and it has some romance in it. I find it interesting, because the point of view changes to various characters throughout all the books.
Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume is good. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The Princess Bride by William Golman. Wicked by Gregory Maguire. How I Found America by Anzia Yezierska. Miko Kings by LeAnne Howe. Not Wanted on the Voyage by Timothy Findley.
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Book series': The Clique series by Lisi Harrison Gossip Girl series by Cecily von Ziegesar It Girl series by Cecily von Ziegesar Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants series by Ann Brashares Mates, Dates series by Cathy Hopkins Any book by Sara Dessen Non-Blonde Cheerleader Series by Kieran Scott Sweet Valley University series by Francine Pascal Hush, Hush series by Becca Fitzpatrick South Beach series by Aimee Friedman The A List series by Zoey Dean
Books: Seventeenth Summer by Maureen Daly The Luckiest Girl by Beverly Cleary Beastly by Alex Flinn Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty by Jody Gehrman
My personal favorites are the Divergent series, 13 Little Blue Envelopes, The Fault in Our Stars, and Thirteen Reasons Why. There's a site called Goodreads where you can rate books, and they take the ratings of the books you read and use it to give you book recommendations. You should try it since it's free.