13 Best Books For High School Girls Update 05/2022

Hi everyone! I’m Olivia, and my mom, Michelle, let me go rogue and take over the blog today so I can share some fabulous teen booksfor high school girls! I’m entering high school and have been a book worm since I learned to read. I’m going to highlight a few of my favorite books that I have read this past year, mainly for pleasure. Although a lot of these titles may be familiar school assignments, they’re still excellent books to read for fun.

I’ll admit it, I’ve always loved reading. Whether it was a school assignment or simply for pleasure, books have always provided the best entertainment for me. With millions, literally, of books available at a mere click these days, it can be overwhelming trying to decide what to read next. This is a great round up of books for high school girls, but may appeal to adults as well. My mom has read many of them and loved them! If you have other suggestions, would you leave them in the comments, I’m always looking for new teen books and I bet others are too. Thanks!

Great Teen Books for High School Girls

Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Gone with the Wind is a great book, one of my favorites. Despite being fiction, this book is very accurate about what life was like during the Civil War, even though it isn’t true to the facts. This book has a lot of action, love, and adventure, which makes it a great book to read.

Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson

This story, set in the 1800s, is about a girl who is about to learn her most important secret. There are ups and downs in this book, but you learn that true love is stronger than anything. Perfect historical fiction and a great book to read on vacation.

The Odyssey by Homer

If you like Greek mythology, this is a book for you to read! As you read this book, you’ll go on a journey with Odysseus and his family. You’ll learn about the search for Odysseus and how he survived the past 20 years of hard times. This is a book for older, more mature teens because there are some sexual themes in it. It is called Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen.

This is my favorite book ever. When you read this book, you will follow Elizabeth Bennett as she learns about the bad things that happen in love and with men. Every time Elizabeth reads a new page, she has to come up with a new way to solve the problem. If you like romance, this book is one of the best ones you’ve ever read.

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen

It starts with three sisters right after their father dies, which is when the book starts. They have to start a new life and learn how to deal with the tricky waters of courtship.

Emma by Jane Austen

Emma is not your typical soft-spoken girl. She is the mistress of her father’s estate, independent, and thinks she can help people find each other. This is a fun book that has been around for a long time.

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

Pip has had a bad life until he gets a lot of money. Then what will happen to Pip? Will Pip have a happy ending? Another great book that you can relate to as a teen.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Because I love Jane Eyre, A lot of this book is about pain and suffering, but it also shows how the human spirit can be strong. What will happen to Jane? Will she finally get what she has wanted her whole life, or will it be taken away from her, like everything else? A great book that many people love, no matter what their age is.

All Fall Down by Ally Carter

Grace moves in with her grandfather after her mother dies. When she tells her friends to help her find her mother’s killer, it will open up some of her darkest secrets and a whole new set of questions. A good mystery thriller and a good book to read, too

A Lantern in Her Handby Bess Streeter Aldrich

Abbie Deal is growing up on the American Frontier with her family. She has a lot of dreams for herself, and she wants to do well in school and be a doctor. In the end, she takes a different path than she had planned, but it turns out to be full of fun. Abbie goes from girl to woman to mother in this story that will make you think of Little House on the Prairie.

Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie by David Lubar

Wouldn’t it be great if you had a guide on how to get through high school? Scott Hudson thinks so, and that’s why he’s writing one for his soon-to-be brother or sister. Scott wants to make sure his future brother or sister has a better time than he did. He talks about everything from bullies to unrequited love to how to get by on little sleep.

Surviving High School: A Novel by Lele Pons and Melissa de la Cruz

Most likely, your daughter knows about Lele Pons if she’s between the ages of 10 and 16. One of Vine’s most popular stars, she’s a lot of fun and doesn’t take herself too seriously, making her a big hit. In her first book, she talks about how freshman year is full of cliques, classes, and crazy.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Charlie is a very shy freshman. A “wallflower” is someone who doesn’t do anything but watch the world around him. Which makes it hard to find friends, deal with his family, and fall in love. To get back to the world and himself when it gets too much, Charlie must figure out how.

Does My Head Look Big in This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah

Amal is just like any other girl. She is smart, funny, boy-crazy, a shopaholic, and a Muslim. Putting on the hijab at school changes everything for her. People who choose to stand out and fight for what they believe in will enjoy this book.

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