best books for teens by pragya dang

Best Books For Teens.

Today we are discussing the best books for teens or teenager to read. Book reading is a good habit. Everyone should read at least a page on a daily basis. Reading helps us to improve our vocabulary and speaking skills. Here are some interesting books from different writers which teenagers should read.


1. Life Is What You Make It.

                                      -By Preeti Shenoy

I liked the starting and the way the author created the suspense. I kept guessing the reason and was proved wrong at the end. It is very well written and is also a lesson for people who try to commit suicide. It tells you how important is your life and it is very easy to enjoy it. All depend on you how you move forward. There will be situations in your life when you are highly frustrated but its all part of life. In book, she got the doctor but in real life you get someone and you don’t even realize to thank her for saving your life. The author described the kind of a pain in the stomach, its very much similar to guilt feel or a kind of frustration which we feel when things are not in our favor or when some betray us or even you betray someone for a selfless reason. I liked the way the author portrays the feeling of a person to damage her body to get rid of the mental pain. Its a must read. Hats off to Preeti Shenoy.


2. Everyone Has A Story.

                                 -By Savi Sharma

Savi Sharma, an Indian debut author, has penned an encouraging contemporary fiction in her book, Everyone Has A Story, that narrates the stories of four individual souls, each looking or waiting for their own story to begin somehow. As the four protagonists of this book cross the paths of each other, it results not only into something magical yet real but also into something heart-breaking and challenging at the same time.


3.The secret to teen power. 

                                 -By Paul Harrington

Since its original publication, The Secret has inspired millions to live extraordinary lives. The Secret to Teen Power makes the knowledge of the law of attraction accessible and relevant to today’s teens. It explains the law of attraction in relation to teen issues such as friends and relationships, schoolwork, and self-image. It explains how teens can transform their own lives and live their dreams, by understanding and using the power they have in their hands. The Secret to Teen Power promises to follow the path of The Secret, inspiring teens and young people to bring joy and harmony to all aspects of their lives.

4. You are born to blossom.

                            -By APJ Abdul Kalam

You Are Born To Blossom co-authored by Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and Arun Tiwari. The book depicts the visualization of Dr. Kalam about Information and Communication Technology and the hidden rural India talent. In the book, Dr. Kalam depicts his vision of schools in India as of 2020 as “connecting nerve centers” linking teachers, students, and community, epitomizing knowledge prevalent around the globe. He invites people to speed up the course social revolution.

This transformation would require elevating the standards of supremacy and thereby preserving the sanctity of public institutions. The book uses the simile of a tree to define the process of knowledge abiding fruits of affluence in the modern globalized world. The book gives references for appropriate contributions made by a large chunk of Indian scientists and artists from where it is evidenced that there is no age bar to ‘blossom’.

He backs designing of such an environment which favors growth and development of several individualistic talents in the country and invites for setting up a scientific state of mind that is channeled by conscience, agreement and by actions that take into account various social and moral ethics towards constructing our own structures.


5.Noughts and crosses.

                       -By Malorie Blackman

Two young people are forced to make a stand in this thought-provoking look at racism and prejudice in an alternate society.

Sephy is a Cross — a member of the dark-skinned ruling class. Callum is a Nought — a “colorless” member of the underclass who was once slaves to the Crosses. The two have been friends since early childhood, but that’s as far as it can go. In their world, Noughts and Crosses simply don’t mix. Against a background of prejudice and distrust, intensely highlighted by violent terrorist activity, a romance builds between Sephy and Callum — a romance that is to lead both of them into terrible danger. Can they possibly find a way to be together?


Book reading is a very good habit. Read these amazing books and enjoy them. Make book reading a habit and improve your speaking skills and vocabulary.

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