what are good books for teen girls aged 13-14?

i dont like horror

Asked By: - 12/15/2011
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Alphas by Lisi Harrison-Shira Brazille, the rags-to-riches self-proclaimed billionaire from Australia, has a plan “…to advance the female genome for future generations.” She has invited 100 of the most promising teenage girls from across the world, who have the ability to be tops in their field, to a secret island to... More
Answered By: Nila Smith - 12/15/2011
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look for the book perfect chemistry. ITS AMAZING
Answered By: Sleepy - 12/15/2011
If you like realistic/dramatic fiction, then i would check out some books by the authors Sarah Dessen or Jodi Picoult. The book 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher would also fall into this category, and is as exquisite as it is tragic. If you are more interested in urban fantasy, the book Tithe by Holly Black is very good... More
Answered By: Myrrh - 12/15/2011
I'm 13 (girl... More
Answered By: Becky - 12/15/2011
Sarah Dessen books theyre really good:
Answered By: With Love From Me... - 12/15/2011
the outsiders or poison apple books
Answered By: Drwhofan13 - 12/15/2011
I remember reading the Hatchet, it's really good. Kind of scary though when the plane crashes and the whole corpse thing...but it's not like boom boom boom scary... More
Answered By: KjamPie - 12/15/2011
Little Women is the first in a series of books by Louisa Mae Alcott. Little House in the Big Woods is the first in a series by Laura Ingel Wilder.
Answered By: Lynn - 12/15/2011
Blades and Dangerous Days, both by J. William Turner. Realistic fiction in the first-person about Australian teens in several tense, dramatic, life and death situations set in many parts of Australia, plus California and England, and dealing with teenage, adult and social themes. The plot of each novel unfolds as a... More
Answered By: Top Gun - 12/15/2011
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