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Top 8 Books for Teenage Girls

Have you finished taking your pre-holiday examinations? Are you seeking different reading options? We have a list of top 8 books for teenagers. Review the list and select which book interests you.

The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants

    1. ‘The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants’ by Ann Brashares:

      This book includes a four-part series. It represents a benchmark story of every teenager. Within the story, the author offers her characters a range of sensibilities for the average 15-year-old girl. In the average story from other authors’ teenage girls appear more mature and wiser than normal. This book is different. Each teenager has a well-developed personality. They grow during the storyline from their experiences.

Pride & Prejudice

  • ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen:

    Jane Austen’s masterpiece may represent the best reading option. It is a witty romantic comedy filled with meaning. The story occurs within English society during the 19th century. A reader can see how English society differs today. Moreover, readers gain an understanding of how women and men interacted. The story provides insight about women and men failing and succeeding in a rigid society.

 

Twilight

  • ‘Twilight’ Stephenie Meyer:

    This is probably the best book for teenage girls. Most girls can relate to the female character within the story. Bella represents a fun-loving teenager who falls in love with an immortal, a vampire named Edward Cullen. He is not the typical vampire. Edward feeds on the blood of animals. While falling in love with Bella, Edward must find a way to save her.

 

The Boy Next Door

  • ‘The Boy Next Door’ by Meg Cabot:

    Most of Meg Cabot’s books are marketed towards young adults. Older teenagers may enjoy this book, too. Mell, the main character of the story, has a strong personality. However, she is not a perfect girl. The book follows an e-mail format. It does offer detailed explanations throughout the story.

 

The Truth about Forever

  • ‘The Truth about Forever’ by Sarah Dessen:

    Sarah Dessen, a well-known storywriter, wrote ‘The Truth about Forever.’ Ms. Dessen has the ability to make a simple story into a remarkable book-reading experience.

    The story focuses on a 16-year-old girl named Macy. After her father’s death, Macy’s mom does not accept her husband’s death easily. She shuts Macy out of her life. Macy conceals her family drama. However, she grows older and learns that life is not perfect.

 

Looking for Alaska

  • ‘Looking for Alaska’ by Jon Greens:

    The book focuses on a high-school junior named Miles Halter. Miles wants his parents to enroll him in an elite Culver boarding school. He feels that changing his school will lead to happiness. Moreover, he expects to become popular. At the new school, Miles learns that life is not about being popular. He accepts his strange new friends and develops a better understanding of himself.

 

Uglies

  • ‘Uglies’ by Scott Westerfeld:

    This book is part of a future-based trilogy. Each of the book’s characters look beautiful. However, the beauty comes at a price. Each person must have a medical procedure at 16-years-old. As the primary character reaches the age of 16, she questions having the medical procedure. The procedure poses a range of physical and mental side effects. The book is a must-read.

 

Thirteen Reasons Why

  • ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ by Jay Asher:

    This is another very interesting love story. The book is about a young boy who gets an audio tape box from his crush, after she committed suicide. The story talks about how we treat each other and ourselves.

Do yourself a favor and purchase one of these books. Teenagers who read novels can improve their language skills. Moreover, novels act an enjoyable form of entertainment.

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