50 Best Teen Books of All Times

Adolescence is a complicated stage, full of unforgettable experiences and adventures; the best adolescent book of all time can guide your child in this stage of rebellion and unbridled loves, at the same time that you inculcate in reading and expand and refine your lexicon and vocabulary. Much more affordable than a cell phone, or a video game, but much more enriching. You can find these products at really low prices in the current market.

You will not find unfavourable opinions about reading, in anything, you could find criticism about the base content of the book, and about how the plot has been carried out. In addition, it is nice to have the house confined with books and a large library. If your little beloved’s birthday is approaching, you can join a book along with other gifts.

Here we have proposed to make an exhaustive selection of what would be those really useful and profitable options that will leave teaching in the mind of your child. Keep reading and take a look.

What is 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 Children's Collection
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Harry Potter Children's Collection
  • J.K. Rowling
  • Bloomsbury Children's Books
  • Edition no. 01 (10/09/2014)

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 Foil Edition Collection 3 Books Set

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

The Book Thief Paperback

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.

Divergent Series by Veronica Roth

It is the kind of books that is clearly insurmountable by the plot of Hollywood.

Although it is a story focused on youth action, it deals with really interesting topics and with bases that make it a contemporary landmark. Its price and its quality are very amazing.

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 humor 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; In Spanish, 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.

Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Well bound, good quality of the leaves, but above all, great intellectual value. It tells the adventures of a young man through nature, but that touches on sensitive and current issues in modern times.

It is an awareness tool that can be extrapolated to classrooms in schools and universities.

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

With a somewhat gloomy cover, this selection touches really interesting topics and includes photographs that will undoubtedly complement the content of it.

The beginning of the protective cover will give an idea of ​​the type of reader who would be fascinated to read this class of novels but without a doubt a truly addictive series.

The Outsiders, by SE Hinton

Made with soft cover, it is a product that although it is not very popular, has a price which would be irresistible to stop acquiring.

It has become little by little a sales sensation that would surely complement your home or your library. I encourage you to read some synopsis and make the purchase.

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

To Kill A Mockingbird Paperback

An irreverent story that challenges the superstitions, and the low values ​​of the societies in the twentieth century, especially in the year 1930. Discrimination against race and class is a very sensitive issue that is played in a special way in this novel.

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Anne Brashares

A story focused mainly on the female population with a late adolescence because it touches intimate topics, but common among this type of age.

Four friends who move to different parts of the world send themselves pants, and these travel around them.

The Chronicles of Narnia (Series) by CS Lewis

The Chronicles of Narnia Box Set

And who has not heard, or spoken about the Chronicles of Narnias? 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.

Anne of Green Gables (series), by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Not all the books you read should be from recognized authors, right? In this opportunity, I invite you to be part of an amazing story about a girl intrepid. Also, if you later regret it, it will not be the price because it is really economical.

The Catcher in the Rye, by JD Salinger

It does not have many critics or reviews of type review in the official page of Amazon, nevertheless, those that have had the opportunity to read this magical book have remained amazed on the way how much literary magic is related.

The Diary of Anne Frank, by Anne Frank

Do you want to feel the horror of the third Reich crossing your veins for a few moments?

Then this popular and historical book will help you. The adventures of young Anne, a Jewish girl who tells how the Nazi army persecuted non-Germans.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon

The curious incident of the dog in the night is a very short novel, with short chapters that will make you feel a mixture of emotions, between laughter and tears.

It is the story of a child with Autism who has very funny but tragic adventures in the same way.

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.

A Ring of Endless Light, by Madeleine L’Engle

An epic romanticism where three boys fight for the love of a woman, and at the same time that this one fights its own battles in which it is difficult to make a choice.

Collect different elements that make it quite exciting and addictive.

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 a 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 Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky

In this novel, you will remember your youth stage, or if you are going through it, you will definitely feel identified. Published and published on the first of September of the year 1999, it has captivated more than one reader and turned it into a literary sensation of great magnitude.

The Lord of the Rings (series), 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.

The Princess Bride, by William Goldman

Its price meets the standards of this kind of book, it works as a gift for those teenagers who love the stories of yesteryear.

It is a type of very selective reading that is not adjusted to any type of reader. But really exciting.

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 Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

An amazing series that recounts the journey of a little one in a city surrounded by only men who can hear and listen to everything you think; and that you as a child can do the same.

There are secrets and mysteries that will force Todd to flee from there.

The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros

Do you live in the United States of America as an immigrant as a Latina?

Probably this story is designed for you because it tells the journey and mysteries of a young Latina girl who lives in a suburb of the city of Chicago.

The Little Prince (translation by Michael Morpurgo)

The Little Prince: A new 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.

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

Written in 2003, Agatha Christie is considered one of the pioneers and maximum referents of crime-type books, and this occasion is no exception.

Engage from beginning to end with deep-rooted police elements that will make you feel involved in the crime.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (Puffin Plated)

Pride and Prejudice, a novel that touches the most common characters and sensibilities in the ancient era where the breasts of a class culture are woven, and forbidden romances.

It is the fight against the paradigms imposed by this society of the nineteenth century.

His Dark Materials (Series) by Philip Pullman

It’s amazing how the author touches on issues of religious and controversial sense of a very magical way, and where a girl navigating through unknown worlds magical stories and fabulous scenery.

The Maze Runner Trilogy (series), by James Dashner

The trilogy of this plot 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.

Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

According to contemporary accounts, the eldest daughter was destined to remain in failure, but Sophie knows a magician where mysticism and magic around after helping her mother with her hat shop.

An Abundance of Katherines, by John Green

We have already talked about this author on our list, and over time has become a great reference of romantic elements, here explaining the fun crossings and events where you will laugh out loud about how young people lead this stage of life.

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

The Wrinkle in Time Quintet Paperback

Made with a pocket format quite comfortable, here you will travel through time and know the limitations of the human being, and what happens when these are overcome. A children’s reading that can be read by adults.

The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

Percy Jackson has earned his recognition in the field, this time with a product that will offer us entertainment in leisure moments where we have nothing else to do. Also, its price goes really well.

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

A Monster Calls Paperback

The worst nightmare of children, the appearance of a monster at midnight has become reality. But of the television form in which they characterize this class of beings, here, such a monster wants to know the darkest thing of all: the truth.

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Saenz Benjamin Alire

Two boys, with anecdotes and very particular tours among them, meet in a pool, where they begin to build a friendship, it is through her that they begin to know themselves, and uncover hidden secrets of life.

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Fahrenheit 451

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.

Tuck Everlasting, by Natalie Babbitt

Tuck Everlasting Paperback

Is immortality a curse?

And what would you say if you knew that there is a spring where you can get it just by taking a sip? This novel tells the story of what it would be like to be immortal, the curse it would represent and the risks it would have.

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian Paperback

A very strange boy, the typical child of the class that everyone makes fun of. He must face challenges that will help him overcome himself in a mystical way, and in which he will be accused of being a traitor. Apparently it does not belong to the society where it is located.

If I Stay, by Gayle Forman

If I Stay Hardcover

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.

STARGIRL, by Jerry Spinelli

Stargirl Paperback

A new girl arrived to classes, that one immune to the criticism of others, and that she is not afraid to develop as she provokes.

Over time it will show that those who are most criticized, and “rare” to common observation, become immortal.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy collection, by Douglas Adams

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Series

A book a little out of the ordinary with features that include science fiction, galaxies and space elements. He has Anglo-Saxon humour that will catch the most infants of home and class.

The Hero and the Crown, by Robin McKinley

The Hero and the Crown

The hero and the crown; a novelistic fantasy child with a very accessible price that will catch the hearts of the most children to introduce them into the literary world in a really easy and fun way.

Fallen (series), by Lauren Kate

Unforgiven: Book 5 of the Fallen Paperback book

A series with a lot of category, that although it is not as popular as others, it has a very interesting and versatile story .

The Bartimaeus Trilogy (series), by Jonathan Stroud

A trilogy quite large and long, in which the days and nights will pass quickly lost among so many sheets of fantasy, magic and mysticism. A saga that must be acquired, and an investment that will not be lost. Ideal for young adults .

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