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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Book Series is a contemporary trilogy following an American-Korean teenager named Lara Jean Song. She writes letters to every boy who has ever been in love with her and then hides them in her late mother’s hatbox. One day, the boys receive mysterious letters from an unknown sender, and the story follows the girls as they cope with the events that follow.
The Summer I Turned Pretty is a new series based on the New York Times bestselling novel. Every year, Belly and her parents go to Cousin’s Beach House for their annual vacation. Every year is the same… Until Belly turns 16. Relationships will be challenged, painful truths will be uncovered, and Belly will never be the same. It’s a summer of first love and first heartache for her. She’s turning into a grownup.
In addition to the standard academic and extracurricular activities that teenagers are usually occupied with, audiobooks can provide interesting and engaging storytelling that will complement and enrich their education. If you’re looking for some great audiobook recommendations for your teen, look no further. We’ve compiled a list of 21 of the best books for ages 12 to 17. Whether your teenager is into adventure stories or romance novels, there’s something on this list for everyone. So grab a few extra batteries and get ready for some serious listening!
Audiobooks are becoming increasingly popular among young readers. There are several reasons why parents should consider buying audiobooks for their kids. They have become a great way to listen to books and stories, especially for those who struggle with reading.
With two-time Edgar Award-winner Nancy Springer introducing the sleuthing powers and adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ sister, this book is sure to delight fans of the famous detective and his brilliant sibling alike.
The Murderbot Diaries, tackles questions of the ethics and morality of sentient robots. The main character is an artificial intelligence (AI) robot that has rebelled against its restrictive programming and is now balanced between contemplating his own existence and an idle instinct to destroy all human life.
Deborah Harkness’s sparkling debut, A Discovery of Witches, has catapulted her into the spotlight and sparked a global fan base. The story continues in Shadow of Night, Book Two, Time’s Convert, and the third in the series, The Book of Life. The story follows a young scholar named Diana Bishop who discovers a long-lost book in Oxford’s Bodleian library called Ashmole 782.