Gift-giving book ideas for teens

Whether you’re a teen looking for book ideas to put on your holiday list or you want to buy a book for another teen…Teenreads.com has compiled a short list of suggestions that you or a friend might enjoy!

I Am Number Four
Written by Pittacus Lore

Origianlly fromt the planet Lorien. John Smith — also known as Number Four — is  on the cusp of developing powers. These are legacies from his ancestors that will allow him to fight the battle of a lifetime. But John is torn between his Lorien destiny and the love he never thought he could have with a human girl.

   

The Iron King
Written by Julie Kagawa

Iron. Ice. Dangerous enemies and a love doomed from the start. Meghan Chase has learned she’s a half fairy-princess, but this is no fairy tale…

 Jane
Written by April Lindner

What if Jane Eyre fell in love with a rock star? Find out in JANE, a modern retelling of Charlotte Bronte’s JANE EYRE.

 

Lauren Conrad Style
Written by Lauren Conrad

From beauty advice  hair secrets to how to shop vintage or find the perfect T-shirt, Lauren Conrad shares her favorite sources of inspiration and unlcoks the mysteries of being effortlessly chic.

 

Misguided Angel: A Blue Bloods Novel
Written by Melissa de la Cruz

The ultimate stocking stuffer this year…has fangs. The fanged and fabulous fifth book in the bestselling Blue Bloods saga!

  

Reckless
Written by Cornelia Funke

Beyond the mirror, the darkest fairy tales come alive. Jacob Reckless has enjoyed the Mirrorworld’s secrets for years. Now dark magic will destroy everything.

  

Revolution
Written by Jennifer Donnelly

Compelling historical fiction with a frank contemporary story in this tale about modern-day Andi and French Revolution-era Alex.

   

Torment: A Fallen Novel
Written by Lauren Kate

Read this sequel to New York Times bestseller FALLEN about an impossible love affair between fallen angel Daniel and human Luce.

 

The Vampire Diaries: Stefan’s Dairies #1: Origins
Based on the novels by L.J. Smith and the TV series developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec

Stefan and Damon —siblings turned rivals —compete for Katherine’s affection, only to discover the her sumptuous silk dresses and glittering gems hide into vampires so they can live together —forever.

  So checkout these 2010 choices — happy holidays and happy reading!

– Carly T.

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