1. Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard.
Tons of strange things start happening
to these four young girls, whose clique falls apart after the sudden
disappearance of their leader, Alison.
2. Amelia Bedelia
by Peggy Parish and Herman Parish. A series of adventures with a
literal-minded housekeeper that’s still going strong.
3. The Clique by
Lisi Harrison. It follows five young girls who make up the “Pretty
4. Gossip Girl
by Cecily Von Ziegesar. Just in case you’ve been under a rock, the Gossip
Girl series revolves around the lives and
romances among the privileged teenagers at Constance Billard School for Girls
in NYC’s Upper East Side. Much like on the screen version, the books are by the
unseen blogger but a lot more entertaining.
5. The It Girl by Cecily Von Ziegesar. A spinoff from the Gossip Girl series, this batch follows character jenny
Humphrey’s life after Constance Billard.
6. A List
by Zoey Dean. Anything about a bunch of rich friends who live in
Beverly Hills is bound to be good.
7. Harry Potter
by J. K. Rowling. OK, the chances there being anyone left on the
planet that hasn’t obsessed over these books is slim but, just in case this is
you, run do not walk and read all seven fantasy books about an adolescent
wizard Harry Potter and his best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.
8. The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer. It’s a series in which a teenage
girl falls in love with a vampire name Edward Cullen. Though we’re thinkin’ you
already knew that.
9. Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. Four children help the Prince and his
army of talking beasts free Narnia from evil in this seven-part series. Classic
yet they feel contemporary.
10. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares. Lena, Tibby, Carmen,
and Bridget discover many more things about themselves and the importance of
their relationship with each other in these four novels.
11. Sweet Valley High by Francine Pascal. Ah, yes, the high school lives of
twins Jessica and Elizabeth.
12. The Babysitters Club by Ann Martin. Um, who DIDN’T want to
be a member of the “BSC” at one point in her life?
Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
A trilogy consisting of The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Mockingjay.
14. L.A. Candy
by Lauren Conrad. Yep, it’s written by our MTV reality star fave.
L.A. Candy is the fictional account of Jane Roberts’ Hollywood life and her new
reality show. Read to see how many similarities you can find between Jane and
trilogy by Zoey Dean. Four Bel Air teens on a mission to reach their
16. Dork Diaries by
Rachel Russel. Hey, it’s not easy being the newbie at a swanky
private school. And Nikki Maxwell has a whole diary of proof.
>> 17. Nancy Drew
by Carolyn Keene. She’s a young amateur sleuth who will stop at
nothing to solve various mysteries. We love to find vintage copies on eBay.
18. Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren. How could you not adore this series
of books pertaining to the unconventional nine-year-old with ah-mazing