Top 10 Best Books for Teen Girls

My personal favourite books for teenage girls. Check out these books, they're really awesome.
The Top Ten
1 The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky

Charlie is just so sweet. I just want to give him a hug all the time! It really teaches you about people and that everything isn't what it seems.

Great book! Take it from a nerd! And with Logan Lerman and Emma Watson acting in the movie, it's a great idea to catch up!

Fab story! The movie is really great too, and the ending just shocked me! A must-read!

2 The Last Song - Nicholas Sparks

I agree with the first comment. This book is really gripping. To tell you honestly, I cried a lot while reading this book. It's just so heart-wrenching and addictive. The main character demonstrated maturity and compassion.

It's emotional and depressing in the end, but still has a happy ending.

This is my favorite book! It has action everywhere, a true love story, and a sad ending! It is definitely not predictable! Perfect for teens!

This is a really amazing book. It captures so many emotions, and I can really relate to Ronnie. The whole story is brilliant.

3 Just Listen - Sarah Dessen

This is just such a deep book. We try so hard to be perfect, many times for someone else's sake, though we might be miserable the whole time. The characters, the ideas this book puts in your head, just everything about this book is right on.

Amazing. It changed how I think, and in a good way.

This is just such a good book. The oh-so-perfect child isn't really that perfect at all. This is another book about how everything isn't what it seems. It's sad but amazing.

My all-time favorite novel. This has made me just love Sarah Dessen.

4 The Princess Diaries - Meg Cabot

This series is just so funny and relevant. Even though hardly anyone is a princess like Mia, her problems are very real, and the diary format makes it very enjoyable to read.

I love this book series so much! These books should be first because Meg Cabot is the best author ever!

I love it. It's such a relatable book. I suggest this to all teenage girls.

5 Twilight - Stephenie Meyer

Twilight is a lighter read than most of the books here. It made it to the top 10 because it's very, very popular with teenage girls. It does manage to get teens excited about reading, and that's an accomplishment in its own right.

Twilight is about a young girl named Bella who moves to a town called Forks and finds herself in love with a vampire named Edward Cullen. Edward isn't a traditional vampire. He feeds on animal blood, and when sunlight hits him, he sparkles. A vampire who doesn't abstain from human blood takes an interest in Bella, and Edward has to save her.

6 The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins

These books are the perfect combination of action, suspense, mystery, drama, and love. That's what makes them so addictive. The writing and the story are awesome, so everything together makes them great books.

This is such a good book I cannot put into words how good this book is. The movie is awesome, but the book is 100 times better. I recommend this to anyone who likes to read stories that keep you on edge throughout the whole book.

I absolutely love this amazing novel! A great read, and the second and third books are amazing as well.

7 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants - Ann Brashares

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is a four-part series. To the right, we have a link to the box set and one to the first book in the series.

The Sisterhood books are a benchmark for all teen coming-of-age stories. In the first one, the girls are 15. The writer gives her characters the problems and sensibilities of 15-year-old girls. In many books about the same subject, girls are portrayed as far wiser than teenage girls actually are.

In the book, the girls are each experiencing different challenges and aspects of their personalities. The characters do not remain flat. They develop through their experiences and decisions. I would recommend these books for all teenage girls.

8 The Notebook - Nicholas Sparks

How life changes you, how people change, and how nothing turns out how you'd think.

9 Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen

Arguably the greatest of Jane Austen's masterpieces, Pride and Prejudice is a sharp and witty comedy set in 19th-century English society. It is a very different world from the one we know, but there is still a lot you can take away from the book.

At its core, Pride and Prejudice is about how men and women fail and succeed in love and society.

Stunning and well-interpreted. I love this book and always find it satisfying to read. It makes you believe in true love.

10 Paper Towns - John Green

This book can't be explained. The story sounds pretty simple, but there's so much more than that. The way the main character's views on things are portrayed, the dialogues, the characters themselves - everything about this book is wonderful.

You HAVE to read it.

This book was perfect. The characters were vivid, the plot was intriguing, and I couldn't put it down!

This is the first book I have read a second time because it's just so good. The friendship between everyone, especially Q and Margo, is indescribable!

The Contenders
11 Along for the Ride - Sarah Dessen

Another amazing Sarah Dessen book. The relationship between the reader and the main character is so well-established, you feel everything with her and root for her and her friends so much. It's really great.

Such a good story. I loved it. Thumbs up.

12 The Boy Next Door - Meg Cabot

Most of Meg Cabot's books are written for teenagers, and she has become very good at writing for them.

This screwball comedy was written for slightly older teens. The heroine, Mell Fuller, is fun, interesting, and strong but not perfect. The novel is written in the format of emails. At first, I was skeptical about the choice, but Meg Cabot has made it work.

13 The Truth About Forever - Sarah Dessen

This book is by Sarah Dessen, a notable author of stories for teenage girls. Her genius lies in taking a simple storyline and bringing it to life with interesting characters.

The Truth About Forever is about sixteen-year-old Macy, whose father recently died. Her mother, who is dealing with her own pain, shuts Macy out. To hide her problems, Macy tries to live a perfect life. The characters and events in her life teach her that seeking perfection isn't the answer.

Fantastic book. Totally relatable, and not one moment during the time I was reading it was I not totally satisfied and overwhelmingly happy. I felt a connection to the characters that goes beyond the imagination.

Truly amazing.

14 The Fault In Our Stars - John Green

My favorite book by John Green. It teaches you about the nature of love, life, and loss. Perfectly written. I just love how he describes the characters, how he makes me laugh my lungs out on one page, and on the next page, makes my eyes rain like heavy clouds.

And as the teen girl I am, I have to say I love the romantic aspect of the book. I watched the movie too. It was a big disappointment. Read the book, even though the first pages are not really that good, I promise you will love it!

The Fault in Our Stars is the best book ever! John Green, I love you and hate you. You killed Augustus Waters! He deserved to live! You could have killed off Isaac. Nobody really cares about him.

15 Looking for Alaska - John Green

This is the story of a high school junior, Miles Halter, who begs his parents to enroll him in the prestigious Culver Creek boarding school. Miles hopes that the change of school will bring him popularity and happiness.

At his new school, he learns many things, including how to accept himself and his odd new friends. I found John Green's writing style to be very enjoyable and his storyline and characters entertaining.

This book is really awesome. It will have you sitting with it all day until you finish it. It will broaden your perspective on life.

16 Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist - Rachel Cohn

Such a wicked book. Music is everything, for one night only. It's brilliant.

17 Uglies - Scott Westerfeld

The Uglies is different from the other books in the top 10 list. It's a trilogy that explores a future in which everyone is beautiful. They achieve this by having a medical procedure at age 16. Before that age, they are called: The Uglies.

Our heroine is turning 16, and she has doubts about undergoing the procedure. She explores the effects of the procedure on a person's body and mind. The Uglies is the kind of book you just can't put down.

18 Dash and Lilly's Book of Dares - Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

I really want to do this now, ha. It's such an original idea, and I love the way it turns out. So good.

19 To All the Boys I've Loved Before - Jenny Han
20 All the Bright Places - Jennifer Niven
21 Number the Stars - Lois Lowry

Number the Stars is set in Denmark during World War II. It tells the story of Annemarie Johansen. We join her as she worries about her Jewish friend being captured by the Nazis.

In this tale, through Annemarie's experiences, we explore friendship, family, and evil. This is an incredible book, one which every teenage girl should read.

This should be higher. It's a bitter story about two girls who live in Denmark around 1939. One of them is Jewish and shelters with the other girl, Annemarie, pretending to be her sister. So good. Read this instead of Twilight.

22 The Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan
23 The Book Thief - Markus Zusak
24 Divergent - Veronica Roth
25 City of Bones - Cassandra Clare

Amazing. You might not love it at first, but it gets you engrossed in the whole world of Shadowhunters as it leads on to other series. Plus, I agree with the other comments for this book. The Shadowhunters show is pretty weak.

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