Monday, December 2, 2013

Holiday Book Ideas for Teens

If you have teens in your life, here's a few suggestions of awesome books,  I read (mostly this year, but I did throw in a few favorites) that they might like. Please take a close look at the books as the ages range from middle school thru high school. I've read and enjoyed all of these books! Check out the 2011 year's edition and the 2012 edition for triple the amount of books!

College: Six Months Later and Roomies

Video Game/Ender's Game Movie: Epic, Heir Apparent, and Gamer Girl


Reality TV: Reality Check, Taste Test, and The Selection series

Harry Potter LoversDear Mr Potter and Keeper of the Lost Cities

Action/Thriller: Boy Nobody, Naturals, Capture the Flag, Cold Fury, No Safety in Numbers, Lawless, and Playing with Fire

Fantasy:  Throne of Glass
Falling KingdomsScorched, and Sweet Legacy

Historical Fiction:  Maid of Secrets and Dark Triumph 

39 Clues Fans: Seven Wonders, Double Vision, and Sasquatch Escape

Contemporary Romance: This is What Happy Looks Like, All I Need, Unbreak My Heart, Just One Day, Trouble with Flirting, My Life Next Door, and How Zoe Made her Dreams Mostly Come True

Spy:  Also Known AsPerfect Scoundrels Two Lies and a Spy, and Spies and Prejudice

Mysteries: Wig in the Window and Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library

Contemporary Fiction: Jessica Darling's It List, Five Summers, This is W.A.R., Pretenders, Dangerous Girls, Lost in London, and Prince of Denial

Wimpy Kid: I Funny and Genius Files

Dystopian: Dualed, Steelheart, and Never Fade

Paranormal: Infinfityglass, Let the Sky Fall, School Spirits, and Unbreakable

Animals: Stormwatcher, Mountain Dog, Canterwood Crest series

Picture BookSnatchabook, I'd Love You Anywhere,Betty Bunny Didn't Do it, and  The Day the Crayons Quit 


Jessica said...

I've loved a lot of these books! And some of them are ones that I really want to read! These books would make awesome gifts for people! :)

Jennifer Rummel said...

Thanks Jessica :)