Book Recommendations - Best Books of 2010 for Teens
GiftLit announces our choices for the Best Books of 2010 for teens, with a terrific mix of fantasy, humor and coming of age stories from award-winning authors.
Best Books of 2010 for Teens
Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver – Much more than a "Groundhog Day" copycat, this compelling book will strike a chord with many teens as Samantha relives the last day of her life seven times while she untangles the mystery of her death and realizes that even the smallest act can change everything. Get more book recommendations for teens.
The Cardturner: A Novel about Imperfect Partners and Infinite Possibilities by Louis Sachar – When Alton's parents insist he spend his summer driving his blind, great-uncle Lester to his bridge club, Alton is shocked when he becomes enamored with the game and begins to bond with his crusty uncle. Get more book recommendations for teens.
Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi – This fast-paced, dystopian adventure is brilliantly imagined and set in a vivid, uncertain future where all fossil fuels have been consumed and the seas have risen to drown the coastal cities. Get more book recommendations for teens.
Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly – Donnelly's remarkable new novel weaves together the lives of two girls - a depressed modern-day teenager and a brave young woman caught up in the French Revolution - into an artful mix of contemporary teen drama and well-researched historical fiction that is filled with danger, intrigue, and music. Get more book recommendations for teens.
I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore – Teen aliens unleash their special powers to save themselves, their human friends and our planet in this first installment of an exciting new series that will reinvigorate interest in the science fiction genre. Get more book recommendations for teens.
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