Six Books I Think All Teens Should Read

#SixForSunday is a weekly prompt hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot in which we’re encouraged to share 6 books or book-related opinions on a theme.

This week’s theme is Books You Wish You’d Had As A Teen and well, I’m still a teen so instead I’m sharing six books I want all people my age to read.

Six Books I Think All Teens Should Read:

1. The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Stevens

2. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

3. Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne

4. Here I Stand (anthology)

5. I Was Born For This by Alice Oseman

6. The Gender Games by Juno Dawson

Over To You:

Which books do you think it would be important for teens nowadays to read?

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16 thoughts on “Six Books I Think All Teens Should Read

  1. Kathy @ Books & Munches says:

    Definitely agree with The Hate U Give. It’s always the first book I think of when people ask me this question and I’m sure the answer won’t change any time soon. I’m so eager to see the movie too! I hope it lives up to my expectations, but I’m pretty confident it will. 🙂

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  2. Sinéad Anna Chalke says:

    I’m not a teen but I absolutely love the concept of this post. Something very different to what I usually see.. these all sound like fantastic books too! Thanks for sharing x

    Sinéad x | 🌷✨
    butterfliesandboundaries.wordpress.com

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  3. Autumn says:

    100% agree with The Hate U Give, it’s an amazing book that all should read! I’d also say Holly Bourne’s Are we all Lemmings & Snowflakes? as it is an amazing book about mental health, which is a prominent thing in society these days. All these books are an eye opener to the readers! 😊 Great post, Autumn x

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