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Young Adult Novels to Read Again

What Young Adult Novels Would You Read Again?

Twilight may be bad for high schoolers' brains, but that shouldn't spoil our guilty pleasure reading. If I was going to pick up a YA novel, I'd get nostalgic with The Outsiders or A Separate Peace and maybe a Judy Blume just to see how it reads now. What about you?

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Scarlet129 Scarlet129 5 years
I'd for sure read "A Child Called It" again. Perhaps YA isn't it's intended audience, but I read it at 13, and, to this day, it's my favorite book!
bookluver321 bookluver321 5 years
Op just noticed that Audrey has read "A Wind in Montana" also... it was great wasn't it!
bookluver321 bookluver321 5 years
Well let's see... I have read all of the books in the Twilight series 3 times each. I have read all of the Harry Potter books twice. Recently I just finished reading Mitch Davies' latest book titled, "A Wind In Montana" that I will definitely plan on reading again for sure.... great story plot, and addresses issues that most teens deal with. Loved how it teaches teens to think and work through issues, and to never stop planning for their future. It was just an all-round feel good book. Highly recommend it! http://www.pensmithbooks.com/
bookluver321 bookluver321 5 years
Well let's see... I have read all of the books in the Twilight series 3 times each. I have read all of the Harry Potter books twice. Recently I just finished reading Mitch Davies' latest book titled, "A Wind In Montana" that I will definitely plan on reading again for sure.... great story plot, and addresses issues that most teens deal with. Loved how it teaches teens to think and work through issues, and to never stop planning for their future. It was just an all-round feel good book. Highly recommend it!http://www.pensmithbooks.com/
MissSushi MissSushi 5 years
I reread everything I, or my family, owns all the time. The Giver is one of my absolute favorite books. I don't care what age a book is written for, If I like the story, i keep it and reread it every few months.
eh1404a eh1404a 5 years
Ella Enchanted will make me feel better no matter what : )
WarEagleNurse WarEagleNurse 5 years
Flowers in the Attic Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret Sweet Valley High series Fear Street series Little Women I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Ramona and Beezus The Watsons Go to Birmingham Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Go Ask Alice The Notebook The Last Song Dear John A Walk To Remember
WarEagleNurse WarEagleNurse 5 years
Flowers in the AtticAre You There God? It's Me, MargaretSweet Valley High seriesFear Street seriesLittle WomenI Know Why the Caged Bird SingsRamona and BeezusThe Watsons Go to BirminghamAnne Frank: The Diary of a Young GirlGo Ask AliceThe NotebookThe Last Song Dear JohnA Walk To Remember
MeiGaku MeiGaku 5 years
i find that harry potter is the only ya i reread. ^ ^' i probably wouldn't mind rereading the little house books. then again, that was elementary school.
amber512 amber512 5 years
I used to reread my books constantly. Now that I take half of the books I want out from the library and discover half at my mom's bookstore I rarely have the time to read them all, let alone reread anything!
amber512 amber512 5 years
I used to reread my books constantly. Now that I take half of the books I want out from the library and discover half at my mom's bookstore I rarely have the time to read them all, let alone reread anything!
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years
See, I have always thought of Judy Blume books as timeless. They were a big part of my childhood/adolescence. (FWIW, I'm 27.)
amofoz amofoz 5 years
I recently re-read Phantom Tollbooth and Catcher in the Rye. Sometimes we don't realize the depth of these books at such a young age so its nice to re-read them as an adult.
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 5 years
Forever by Judy Blume (I'm showing my age, huh?)
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 5 years
Forever by Judy Blume (I'm showing my age, huh?)
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is great. I would love to re-read those! Also, Skinny Bones is hilarious.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is great. I would love to re-read those!Also, Skinny Bones is hilarious.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 5 years
I was going to reread the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants books with my high school best friends, but we've been pretty busy. I'm also re-reading Harry Potter with my nephew before he goes to bed.
chatondeneige chatondeneige 5 years
I was going to reread the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants books with my high school best friends, but we've been pretty busy. I'm also re-reading Harry Potter with my nephew before he goes to bed.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years
I re-read The Giver about two years ago and I'd re-read that again. I'd also re-read all four of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants books. Those are really the only ones that come to mind.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years
I re-read The Giver about two years ago and I'd re-read that again.I'd also re-read all four of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants books.Those are really the only ones that come to mind.
bellakaoru bellakaoru 5 years
It's more for children then young adult, but "Matilda" always makes me feel better when I'm down.
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