Hello everyone, today we invite you to please your teens by offering them a book that they can only appreciate thanks to our selection of the best books for teens.
Children’s literary includes a separate category, mainly intended for a teenage audience but whose border is porous. In the United States, we speak of fiction “Young Adult”, or literature “Teens and young adults” in good French. If works intended for a young audience do not date from today, the phenomenon “Young Adult” or “cross-age”, it is relatively recent and concerns teenagers and adolescents from 12 to 30 years!
A phenomenon that owes almost everything to the Harry Potter saga, which completely renewed the genre of children’s books in the early 2000s. Since then, young and old have been able to discover thousands and thousands of new authors of novels Young Adult, ranging from fantasy to dystopian, through drama, adventure thriller or romance. Discover our selection of the best teen books below.
The best teen book of all times
There is a great philosophical and theoretical battle in the determination of the best author or book that the eyes of humanity have read.
The diatribe expands between different authors, modern, contemporary and even old books. This poetic fantasy, illustrated through letters, undoubtedly represents some hundred of adventures that your youngster would love to live, let them absorb into the beautiful world of reading and let it go a little away from the virtual world and illustrate it with words. We have made a comparative list with the 50 most popular books on the market, at really affordable prices.
Harry Potter: The Complete Collection (1-7) by JK Rowling
Harry Potter was from its beginnings a really attractive saga that caught the attention of all people around the world.
A story of magic and sorcery told in a very exotic way through different characters, each with different anecdotes to tell.
The Hunger Games: Foil Collection Pack
The Hunger Games have been a really popular trilogy, and that has quickly become a best seller.
Their fiction stories and completely daring characters have made this saga a really popular fantasy, so much so that in Hollywood the tickets were sold just to announce the premiere.
The book thief by Markus Zusak
Relayed under the horrible Gestapo, where the Nazi gendarmerie attacked the Jews without contemplation.
A young girl, who was given up for adoption until the end of World War II, becomes a book thief to end up giving beautiful words. The criticism of this book is very good.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
The plot will catch you and leave you clearly speechless. The author has been inspired to make a novel in which humour is combined with tragedy, and in such a way create a mixture between life and death that invites you to continue reading more and more.
Thirteen Reasons Why, by Jay Asher
If you want to give life lessons to your rebellious son, give him this book. It tells the controversies and hasty decisions of youth that can have devastating consequences in the future. Encourage him to read this novel from end to end; Thirteen reasons why it has become a sales milestone.
The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer
One of the most fascinating and popular Vampires and romance novels of all among teenagers. The way in which they relate the experiences, the encounters and the romantic outcome will make your children want to be part of this plot from end to end. It became a sales success.
The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis
And who has not heard, or spoken about the Chronicles of Narnia? This fantasy series that hides behind a wardrobe is the story of hundreds of adventures where mythical beings converge to take your child to a magical world.
The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien
Surely you have heard this author named, or his epic story that you navigate between forests and fantasies never told before.
A hit film with a great plot that sold incredibly. Its literary price is affordable but with great intellectual value.
The Chocolate War, by Robert Cormier
A critique of society, and the struggle against the system where the main metaphor is to highlight the individual’s capacity and intelligence.
It offers a little more hope for those who do not believe they are capable of achieving things on their own. Pretty epic.
Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver
A book that touches personal evolution, and the changes that are transforming the sensitive personality of the adolescent in a really interesting way.
The protagonist takes a more mature attitude throughout the book where you appreciate the little things in life.
Series Of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
A series of unfortunate events, with fairly good print quality, plus it has a really comfortable price to purchase, creates a sense of suspense and addiction in those who read, a really good option to buy.
The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien
The Lord of the Rings, a passion and action story that caught in its time a whole population of boys thirsty for adventures and mixed emotions.
Taken to the television and the cinema, it is a really fascinating and amazing novelistic figure to buy.
Dune by Frank Herbert
Of course, this kind of fantasy was missing from our list. A novel that brings together very fantastic elements where galactic crossings and interstellar fights are put at the order of the day.
It will fascinate those who are attracted to Star Wars stories.
Go Ask Alice by Anonymous
Hidden in anonymity, the author and creator of this book take us to a truly versatile plot with a lot of content. The book is manufactured in a soft cover and offers a great price to be acquired easily and simply.
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
Honestly, I think there can not be a better gift for your son if he’s in high school than this piece of a cartoon.
It relates the adventures, the day to day, and the pains crossed in the second one with an emotion that is contagious and that is transmitted in each word.
The Little Prince (translation by Michael Morpurgo)
I should not have much introduction a book of high character and almost forced reading in childhood.
It is a fantasy that carries many utopian and innocent elements but with a message that creeps into the collective culture. Over time it has lasted as number one sale.
The Maze Runner collection set by James Dashner
This collection set is great, and in which the protagonists will have to find the necessary mechanisms to flee from the place where they are. An adventure made for the youngest with a thirst for adventure and excitement.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
A critical book, used in another way, explains the basis of society’s control through society. Written in 1950, reflects reality much more rooted today than ever on how society is stupid with so much technology.
If I Stay by Gayle Forman
A girl with a prominent future ahead of her, a genius of the Chelo who must make a decision between attending the most glamorous music academy of all, or leaving her native city, boyfriend and girlfriends. But suddenly, a traffic accident will only allow you to make a decision: live or die.