Love and crushes are super confusing. Are your feelings for them genuine? Do they like you-like you? How do you know if you're ready for the next step? While asking your mom, sister, and BFFs is a great go-to, sometimes it's nice to get perspective on your love life from an unbiased source: aka, YA romance books.
15 All-Time Best Fiction Books For Teens And Young-Adults
The Best Young-Adult Books of All Time
Whether your teen is a certified bookworm or a reluctant reader, everyone can benefit from diving into a good novel. Teens who read widely can better handle complex concepts, score better on standardized tests, and are often more accepting of those who are different from themselves. And for a lot of teenagers who claim to hate reading, finding the right subject matter may prove the difference between grumbling over finishing their required reading list and devouring a new novel without coaxing. Because middle grade and young adult books have more to offer than ever before, there's no shortage of great literature available that speaks directly to the life and times your Gen Zer. You may already know the seminal works by literary legends like Harper Lee and J. Salinger , the fantastical takes spun by J. K Rowling and the heartstring-tugging high school romances that made John Green a household name.
The 100 Best Young-Adult Books of All Time
Read in public at your own risk. Based on the user-voted Top Romance Novels on Goodreads. Margaret Mary is a girl from the Irish countryside with a passion for glass-blowing, a penchant for temper tantrums, and a past that has left her wounded. What happens when a very attractive Dublin gallery owner stops by her studio and decides he's interested in helping her career?
Books can take you anywhere. They have the extraordinary ability to take us to different worlds through the eyes and thoughts of a main character or narrator. Their experiences so feel real as we read on to see what happens next.