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Any good young adult fiction books?

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June 20, 2019 / By Ronalda
Question: Hi,i am doing a book report for my literature class,and i was wondering if any of you guys know any good young adult fiction books that are good to do a book report on?my teacher said the book has to be at least 240 pages long.Im at a library right now,so if you guys could mentioned some good fiction books to me that would be great! i would be greatly appreciated,thanks.=]
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Molly Molly | 5 days ago
Try Some of these, a mixed bag of books! Children/Young Adult Last Chance by Sarah Dessen Before I Die by Jenny Downham Inkheart and Inkspell by Cornelia Funkt Ingo series by Helen Dunmore Whistling for the Elephants by Sandi Toksvic The Book Thief by Markus Zusack All the Harry Potter books Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer The Jungle Book - Rudyard Kipling The Railway Children - E Nesbit Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carol Treasure Island and Kidnapped - Robert Louis Stevenson The Chronicles of Narnia The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd Dating Hamlet by Lisa Fielder A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks Maximum Ride by James Herbert Adult Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Album The Sixth Wife by Suzannah Dunn No! I don’t want to join a Book Club by Virgina Ironside Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir......and her other books The Other Bolyen Girl by Philippa Gregory.......and her other books The Time Travelers Wife by Audrey Neffenigger Best of Fathers by Anne Baker The Knitting Circle by Ann Hood Cell by Stephen King My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult Swimming with the Fishes and Swimming without a net by MaryJanice Davidson Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill Mr Strange and Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke Song of the Sound by Adam Armstrong My Legendary Girlfriend by Mike Gayle and his others Mr McGreggor, The Last Lighthouse Keeper, Animal Instincts, Only Dad, Rosie, Love and Dr Devon all by Alan Titchmarsh Pillars of the Earth and the sequel World Without End by Ken Follett Anything by Stephen King, John Saul, John Connolly, Alexander McCall Smith, Terry Pratchett, James Herbert Classics Lord of the Flies and The Inheritors by William Golding Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Gulliver's Travels by Johnathan Swift Sons and Lovers - D H Lawrence Lady Chatterley’s Lover – D H Lawrence Great Gatsby - Scot Fitzgerald 1984 and Animal Farm – George Orwell Mrs Dalloway - Virginia Wolfe I Claudius - Robert Graves Rebecca - Daphne de Maurier Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck Decline and Fall - Evelyn Waugh Women in Love - D H Lawrence Lord Jim - Joseph Conrad A Portrait of an Artist as a Young man - James Joyce Goodbye to all That - Robert Graves Shirley - Charlotte Bronte Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte Brave New World - Aldais Huxley Anna Karnina - Tolstoy The Hobbit - JRR Tolkien Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens Lolita - Vladimer Naborkov Tarka the Otter - Henry Williamson Burning Bright - John Steinbeck Travels with my Aunt - Graham Greene The Pearl - John Steinbeck A Room With a View - E M Forster Hunchback of Notre Dame - Victor Hugo Les Miseriables - Victor Hugo Lorna Doon - R D Blackmore Moll Flanders - Daniel Defoe Brideshead Revisted - Evelyn Waugh War and Peace - Tolstoy Anything by Jane Austin Series Odd Thomas series by Dean Koontz The Arthur Trilogy by Bernard Cornwall starts with Winter King The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind starts with Wizards First Rule The Dark Tower series by Stephen King starts with The Gunslinger The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon starts with Cross Stitch
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Molly Originally Answered: Any good young adult fiction books?
Try Some of these, a mixed bag of books! Children/Young Adult Last Chance by Sarah Dessen Before I Die by Jenny Downham Inkheart and Inkspell by Cornelia Funkt Ingo series by Helen Dunmore Whistling for the Elephants by Sandi Toksvic The Book Thief by Markus Zusack All the Harry Potter books Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer The Jungle Book - Rudyard Kipling The Railway Children - E Nesbit Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carol Treasure Island and Kidnapped - Robert Louis Stevenson The Chronicles of Narnia The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd Dating Hamlet by Lisa Fielder A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks Maximum Ride by James Herbert Adult Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Album The Sixth Wife by Suzannah Dunn No! I don’t want to join a Book Club by Virgina Ironside Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir......and her other books The Other Bolyen Girl by Philippa Gregory.......and her other books The Time Travelers Wife by Audrey Neffenigger Best of Fathers by Anne Baker The Knitting Circle by Ann Hood Cell by Stephen King My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult Swimming with the Fishes and Swimming without a net by MaryJanice Davidson Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill Mr Strange and Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke Song of the Sound by Adam Armstrong My Legendary Girlfriend by Mike Gayle and his others Mr McGreggor, The Last Lighthouse Keeper, Animal Instincts, Only Dad, Rosie, Love and Dr Devon all by Alan Titchmarsh Pillars of the Earth and the sequel World Without End by Ken Follett Anything by Stephen King, John Saul, John Connolly, Alexander McCall Smith, Terry Pratchett, James Herbert Classics Lord of the Flies and The Inheritors by William Golding Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Gulliver's Travels by Johnathan Swift Sons and Lovers - D H Lawrence Lady Chatterley’s Lover – D H Lawrence Great Gatsby - Scot Fitzgerald 1984 and Animal Farm – George Orwell Mrs Dalloway - Virginia Wolfe I Claudius - Robert Graves Rebecca - Daphne de Maurier Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck Decline and Fall - Evelyn Waugh Women in Love - D H Lawrence Lord Jim - Joseph Conrad A Portrait of an Artist as a Young man - James Joyce Goodbye to all That - Robert Graves Shirley - Charlotte Bronte Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte Brave New World - Aldais Huxley Anna Karnina - Tolstoy The Hobbit - JRR Tolkien Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens Lolita - Vladimer Naborkov Tarka the Otter - Henry Williamson Burning Bright - John Steinbeck Travels with my Aunt - Graham Greene The Pearl - John Steinbeck A Room With a View - E M Forster Hunchback of Notre Dame - Victor Hugo Les Miseriables - Victor Hugo Lorna Doon - R D Blackmore Moll Flanders - Daniel Defoe Brideshead Revisted - Evelyn Waugh War and Peace - Tolstoy Anything by Jane Austin Series Odd Thomas series by Dean Koontz The Arthur Trilogy by Bernard Cornwall starts with Winter King The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind starts with Wizards First Rule The Dark Tower series by Stephen King starts with The Gunslinger The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon starts with Cross Stitch

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Kalla Kalla
Ok, I hope I'm getting this in before anyone screams "Twilight". I would recommend "The Joy Luck Club", which is not exactly young adult fiction, but useful for young adults to begin understanding their parents. Another good choice might be 10 Things I Hate About me, which is a young adult novel about growing up and accepting one's own identity.
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Haidee Haidee
I like books by Susan Cooper, but I don't know if they have enough pages. You might try the Bartemaeus trilogy by Jonathan Steroid. They are pretty big books, but they are also exiting, on the edge-of-your-seat adventure stories.
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Haidee Originally Answered: Young girl going to a concert alone? Good idea?
You'll probably be okay if you just take some elementary precautions - like you would when entering any potentially risky situation. Most of what I'd advise is just Common Sense. Don't dress or act like you're either easy or rich (jeans and T-shirt with sneakers: no jewelry, no short skirts, no shoes that will twist your ankle if you have to run). Be aware of your surroundings, including the people in your surroundings. Go early (better get going!) - if it's still light out when you arrive, you've cut your Outside Risk in half. From what I recall about rasty neighborhoods in Clevo (and this has remained true for most other cities), you're a lot likelier to become a victim if you look weak or scared than if you look like you can handle yourself. Parking is always an issue inside the city; you may be better off paying for a parking place (as long as you don't have to walk too far). Inside the venue itself, you're probably going to be okay. The owners really don't need the kind of negative publicity that comes from some young person meeting a sticky end in their Ballroom, so they keep the security as tight as they can (within the context of a show). Still, it5 never hurts to take simple precautions. Guard your purse, jacket and phone, and don't set any of them down (even for a second). Also, avoid talking to anybody you don't know; that friendly girl who starts up a conversation with you might very well be working with her thug boyfriend to set you up for a life of miserey and pain. Once you've figured out your basic security, stop worrying about security and just enjoy the show! It helps in your case that FATT is a more eclectic band (than, say, Avenged Sevenfold); their show IS the party, not an excuse for the audience members to party like a nincompoop and puke all over their neighbors. Still, I would advise you not to eat, drink or smoke anything that is offered to you (because you never know until you do, and by that time it's usually too late). Be very careful when leaving the venue: whatever anybody's ever taught you about avoiding rapists and muggers, do that. Carry your keys in your hand when you leave the building (rather than digging in your purse for them in the dark), and watch the shadows for lurkers. Keep your eyes moving; your hearing will be compromised by the volume of the show, so you'll have to rely on your vision to compensate. DO NOT hang around in the parking lot afterward; to a criminal, that just screams "ripe pickings". Don't pass up a chance to see a band you like because the neighborhood looks sketchy: nobody ever had their life changed for the better by a show they didn't see. Just be alert, take care of yourself, and have the (so far) best night of your life !

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