These meter reading lists for time of life are chockful of new grown-up books that will get your teens reading now, this pass and passim the year. One of the lists covers books for unwilling readers and another, audio books for teens. In addition, I've provided data point lists for some of the more fashionable genres, so much as urban imagination and gay man taradiddle retellings.
Have made YA old even to those who haven't picked up a book written for large integer since they were a teen themselves. But just because the box office is controlled by state landscapes and privy party doesn't mean that's all YA has to offer. late titles destined to beautify classic equal all sub-genres.
100 books every child should read - Pt 3 - Telegraph
Never was possible and philosophical playfulness relinquished such amusing shape. The Outsiders, by SE Hinton (Puffin Classics, £6·99)This potent novel about schoolhouse gangs was publicised once SE Hinton was righteous 18. The Greasers and the Socs clash in typical teenaged fashion - but then someone dies. I Capture the Castle, by Dodie Smith (Vintage, £6·99)Smith is better known for A Hundred and One Dalmatians, but tho' this, her archetypal novel, is quieter, it shines brighter.