Reviews & Giveaways

Scholastic Books for Teenagers

 

I have yet another holiday giveaway for my readers, YAY for more books from Scholastic!

This time, I feature a few popular books for teenagers. Again, great as stocking stuffers or pair with another small present and make a little gift basket. Maybe an iTunes gift card or food/snacks would probably be a safe bet. While I can’t multitask in this way, I’ve seen many teens read and listen to music too. And, I think we all like snacks with our movies or books.

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

In this first book of an amazing 4-book series, readers will meet Blue, the daughter of a psychic, who has been told her whole life that she will cause her true love to die, simply by kissing him. Luckily she doesn’t believe in love…until a boy name Gansey comes along. Who has a few secrets of his own.

 

Magisterium by Jeff Hirsch

The year is 2120. The world is divided. On one side lies a technological paradise, without famine or want. The other side—known as the Rift, is a great mystery. Two teenagers are about to find out what lies within.

The False Prince by Jennifer Neilsen

In this action-packed medieval adventure, four orphans are plucked off the streets by a mysterious nobleman, who pits them against each other in a deadly competition for an opportunity to impersonate the long-lost heir to the throne. This start to an excellent trilogy introduces readers to Sage, the coolest street urchin to hit books since the Artful Dodger.

 
 

Disclosure: I received product to facilitate this review, all opinions are my own.

 

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44 Comments

  1. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Amazing book and amazing movie! I love the series, even though I have yet to read the third book! 😉

  2. The Hunger Games are a perfect series of books for teens available on the Scholastic site.

  3. Divergent by Veronica Roth. Great series. I’d also recommend Enclave by Ann Aguirre. Love series with kickass heroines.

  4. although I’m old, I really enjoy reading teen books, prob cus of the min amount of sex in the books
    Meg Cabot is seriously one of my fav authors (I never give any of her books away , but do donate most of my other books to our local school)
    Christopher Pike, he’s been around since the dawn of time LOL, I remember reading his books when I was a teen (And I’m in my 40’s)….he’s always had a good scary book

  5. My teen was reading the Barcode and then i read it- loved it and went and got the other Barcode books! (I think that was her plan, get me to like the first book so i will buy the rest lol)

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