10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

What to offer to read a teenager, if the list for extracurricular reading brings only boredom? Of course, those books that tell him about him: about what he feels, what he dreams of, what problems he faces on the way of growing up.

The best new teen books are about that. The site has published a selection of stories on which a teenager will not regret spending precious holidays. They are about the same boys and girls, about their relationship with their parents, about friendship, love and how important it is to follow your dreams and maintain courage and dignity, no matter what age in the yard.

Annika Tor, “Island in the Sea” (Tetralogy in 2 volumes)
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Publisher: "Scooter"
Recommended age: from 12 years

Annika Tor writes about difficult and painful topics for which few children’s writers are at risk of taking on - war, genocide, death of loved ones, betrayal ...And she has a lively, honest, unhurried and sinking story.
Steffi and Nelly, Jewish girls from a wealthy family of Austrian doctors, on the eve of World War II find themselves in Sweden, where their parents sent, trying to save. Steffi gets on a small island in the family of a fisherman, to people who are devout and not very literate.
She seems to understand that she should be grateful for a roof over her head, food and clean clothes, but simply for life, but it is difficult for her to accept the fact that instead of Vienna she lives on the edge of the earth. In addition, neither the adoptive mother, - the woman is restrained and closed - neither classmates are not eager to understand and accept the closed, not knowing Swedish Steffi.
In the responses to the book, one reader wrote: “I looked at the cramped closet without books, on order and going to church as if I didn’t know about the millions of people who died, as if I was 12 years old and this is my only life. And it hurt. ” Annika Tor really writes that “The Island in the Sea”, “The White Lily Pond” and other books about Steffi speak in the heart of a teenager and in the heart of an adult. This is a story of growing up, learning, gradually finding oneself.
Tetralogy of Annika Tor, of course, is worth reading at once, passing this way from beginning to end. Moreover, now it has been successfully republished in the form of a two-volume book.

Victoria Lederman, "Calendar Ma (s) I"
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Publisher: "KompasGid"
Recommended age: from 12 years

“You know, it's still Maya,” said Gleb detachedly. - They included us a reverse calendar. The last day was already. And now we will move back, further and further, until we spend all our past days. ”
On May 23, 2013, the sixth “A”, dazed by the approaching holidays, plunged into the bus with the historian to go on a tour. The teacher complained that the children were not interested in anything at all, neither the past nor the future, and the driver suggested that they go to the excavation site on the way. Like, recently dug up a fragment of the ancient wall, the second century BC, and found inscriptions similar to the early Maya script.
Newbie Gleb Elizarov did not particularly listen to the stories of a bearded archeologist, but instead scribbled on his ancient wall his own autograph “05.23.2013”. Dlyda Zyuzina just gasped, and the goofy-excellent student Karasev froze in shock. And the next day all three woke up the day before. May 22, 21st, 20th ..It seems to be great - it is possible to rewrite the control and avoid fighting, only the farther, the worse. It is impossible to erase the inscription that the stupid Elizarov will do only in a week.
“Calendar ma (s) I” - Victoria Lederman's debut story, which the children's jury of the V. Krapivin Prize 2014 awarded with a special prize. The teenagers admitted that Lederman was not mistaken in the characters and writes excellently, and to imagine the countdown story is even more interesting than the groundhog day.

Thea Beckman, “Jeans Crusade”
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Publisher: “Walking to History”
Recommended age: from 10 years

Another time travel that you can take right on vacation. “Crusade in jeans”, the famous writer Thea Beckman wrote based on the real Crusade of children of 1212.
15-year-old Rudolf Vega gets into the lab, where his father's friends are testing a time machine. Dolph manages to persuade scientists to send him into the past for a few hours: he really wanted to see the duke’s tournament of the Duke of Darmpier, and the professors to test the device. Due to a computer error, the boy finds himself in a 13th century Germany among hungry, fatigued children going on a crusade to Jerusalem.
Dolph has no opportunity to return, but there is a casual friend of Leonardo (the future genius of mathematics Leonardo Fibonacci) and a firm determination to help the little crusaders to overcome cold, hunger, disease and other dangers of insane travel. A boy of the 20th century, with his ideas about freedom, courage, respect, having fallen into the cruel middle ages, will be able to become a true leader of a children's crusade.
Thea Beckman wrote her novel back in 1973 and won the European award for the best youth history book. The Crusade in Jeans is considered a classic of Dutch literature, but the book’s popularity has not waned - in 2006, the novel was screened in Hollywood. The book was published in Russian in 1993 and, perhaps, some parents of modern teenagers read the alternative history of the children's crusade themselves. In reality, of course, he ended up much more tragic - it is a pity that there was still no Dolph Vega beside the children of 1212.

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Anna Starobinets, “Claws of Wrath”
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Publisher: Clever
Recommended age: from 7 years

Anna Starobinets's series “The Brutal Detective” of Anna is desirable to hide all the same, otherwise they will be taken away and I will read myself, and the children will have to suffer from conjectures. Who did kill Zayats in the first book “In the Wolf's Lair”, did Fox really kidnap kuru-four from the village of Okhotka in the detective story “The Right Predator” and what really happened to the cute kitty in the third part of the adventures of two investigators from Far Forest - Badger the Elder and Badger.
"Queen of the Russian Horror" Anna Starobinets knows what the perfect detective consists of. An exciting investigation, talking details, the actions of an experienced detective and a young eager assistant and subtle witty jokes she mixes in proportions that will honor even a thriller for an adult audience.
In Claws of Wrath, the story revolves around Badger. All the cats leaped into it - and the assistant investigator lost his head from love. But his lady of the heart - a lovely cat - was kidnapped by a terrible gang of hooligan cats “Claws of Wrath” and demands a ransom from the hero. Barsukot is ready to risk his career, honor and life in order to save his beloved, but is she really kidnapped?

Jacqueline Kelly, “The Wonderful World of Calpurnia Tate”
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Publisher: "Scooter"
Recommended age: from 12 years

Jacqueline Kelly wrote a continuation of the story of the girl Calpurnia, who became one of the main discoveries of last summer. For the novel about the curious Callie Wee, who decided to become a scientist and overcome the stereotypical idea that girls of the XIX century can only be housewives, Jacqueline Kelly received the Newbury medal - one of the most prestigious world awards in the field of children's literature.
Both books by Kelly on how important it is to be curious, to look at the world with an interested look, to doubt, be surprised and follow the dream. “The Wonderful World of Calpurnia Tate” is another year in the life of a tireless nature researcher and her grandfather-scientist. This time, together with Callie We, we study not the flora, but the fauna — the girl asks questions to her grandfather, conducts her own experiments, and actively helps the local veterinarian.
And she had an involuntary partner: Travis' younger brother, a dreamer and animal lover, dragging more and more new pets home. Callie Wee has to cover his brother in every way and hide his charges from the strict mother.And also in the house of the Tites now lives another whimsical girl, cousin Aggie, who is not so similar to Calpurnia herself, and this also has to be reckoned with.
Jacqueline Kelly says that the idea to write a book about a teenage girl at the turn of the century appeared when she bought an old Victorian house in the Texas town of Fentress. The writer represented a family that lived there many years ago, their feelings from the first telephone conversation and a trip by car and other scientific inventions and discoveries, and a story came out about an inquisitive girl with whom it is interesting to know the world.

Sheila Barnford, The Incredible Journey
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Publisher: Albus Corvus
Recommended age: from 7 years

“The Incredible Journey” is a rare novel for modern literature about domestic animals that were away from home and traveled about 500 kilometers in search of their owners. Sheila Banford describes the long and difficult journey of an old English bull terrier, a young red Labrador and a clever Siamese cat through the deep forests of northern Canada, the territory of “secluded farms, small towns and villages, lonely huts of hunters and lumberjack camps”.

Banford, contrary to custom, does not attribute to his four-legged heroes excessive humanity, thoughts or motives. She only observes how instinct unmistakably leads them to the goal, and mutual assistance and loyalty to each other saves in dangerous situations.

It is impossible to read how an angry Siamese cat rescues a bear-bear from a starved, exhausted terrier from its claws, and then brings it to a hunted partridge while a labrador licks a friend's injured shoulder. And it is impossible not to believe a writer who subtly feels and talentedly describes four-pawed heroes who go to meet with their masters with stubborn despair.

Kirsten Gere, “Zilber. The third diary of dreams "
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Publisher: Robins
Recommended age: from 10 years

For all those who are looking for new worlds in the books, the witty and talented German Kerstin Gere has written an exciting dream diary. 16-year-old Liv Zilber moved with his family to London - and it turns out to be the heroine of a very strange story. During the day she is an ordinary schoolgirl, and at night, in the world of dreams, Liv can become anyone. Through the corridors of dreams, looking into different doors, she moves to something exciting, but very dangerous.Moreover, not only Liv herself remembers what she dreamed about, but also the four main handsome boys of the school.
How to travel through dreams, how to protect your dreams from uninvited guests and how to be in the right place? As soon as Liv learned to navigate in the world of dreams, it turned out that everything is much more dangerous than it seems at first. In the third book, Kirsten Gere will reveal a lot of secrets, including the one that doesn’t give readers peace of mind throughout the trilogy: who is she, the omnipresent Lady Mystery, the author of the intriguing blog “Balabo-Balaba”, which the whole school follows with bated breath .
The Silber trilogy is going to be made into a film, and, I must say, if the movie stars converge, Liv’s story could make a saga worthy of “Twilight.” In the books of Gear there is everything you need: a spectacular journey into the depths of the subconscious, secrets, trials, friendship, betrayal and, of course, love.

Read also:Books for children: a list of book reviewer Galina Yuzefovich

Frank Cottrell Beuys, “Just Cosmos” (“This is a Book!” Series)
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Publisher: Pink Giraffe
Recommended age: from 12 years

Take the problem of fathers and children and turn it upside down,add a bit of space flight, a little school, a little bit of secrecy, several levels of the game "Warcraft" and the fantasy of Frank Boyce - you get "Just space."
The main character, named Liam, is only 12, but he is sometimes mistaken for an adult because of his height and penetrating beard. Sometimes it is terribly annoying, sometimes fun (you move to a new school - and you are accepted as a young media teacher), and sometimes you can easily do it - you can play with a young dad of a miniature classmate and take a car for a test drive.
Lyam's passion for space, a great desire to participate in the secret attraction of the Park of Infinity in China and an overly adult appearance played a cruel joke with the boy. You have to either let your so-called daughter go into real orbit, or try to go through a competition for the best dad to fly with her.
In a word, the fascinating space odyssey of a kind English schoolboy and at the same time a sincere story about what fathers and children really expect from each other came out of the fascination with astronomy and fantasies of the moon by Frank Boyce. History "for all the popes on Earth. And for dads from deep space. And for dads from distant times. ”

Anne-Katrina Westley, "Aurora from the body" C "
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Publisher: "Machaon"
Recommended age: from 7 years

The famous Norwegian writer Anne-Katrina Westley wrote not only long-beloved stories about mom, dad, grandmother and eight children, she has, for example, a whole cycle of stories about Aurora girl, who read Soviet children in the mid-1960s. It must be said that the stories of Anne-Katrina Westley have not become outdated since then.

Aurora with her parents and younger brother moves to a new high-rise building, where she will find new friends. Dad at Aurora is a historian who is writing a dissertation, and mom is a successful lawyer. Therefore, mom goes to work by car every morning, and dad stays at home with the children.

The history of ancient Greece does not at all prevent him from cooking Aurora soup, walking with a baby and performing other household duties that mothers usually perform in other families. But daddy's ability to swaddle a baby and mother's concentration on a career, and not on the farm, terribly worries aunts in the clinic, neighbors housewives and their daughters. Is it any wonder that the boy becomes the best friend of Aurora in the new house?

Anne Westley is not just considered to be the best children's writer in Norway - her stories, simple, kind, wise and in a good way universal, will be an excellent holiday reading for both children and their parents.

Svetlana Lavrova, Olga Kolpakova, “The ghost is fortunately!”
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Publisher: "Rosman"
Recommended age: from 9 years

Two bright children's writers, laureates of various awards, Svetlana Lavrova and Olga Kolpakova, in 2013 wrote a joint ironic detective story for schoolchildren and their parents “Return a new skeleton!”. The funny adventures of the sisters Sasha and Stasya Sergeeva, little Dasha Lapshova and her brother Vanya and the huge Nightmare dog were so popular with the readers that the authors aimed at the whole trilogy.

In the new story “Ghost is Fortunately!” A baby is born in the Lapshovs family and the whole family moves to a bigger apartment in the same entrance. Now the first grader Stasi Sergeeva has a new neighbor - the witch Matilda (fortune telling, love spells, a crystal ball and trusting clients). And Matilda, it seems, a purple ghost, which seems to be lost and it must be urgently returned.

In any case, at the very beginning of the holidays, Matilda rushed somewhere, and so fast that the Nightmare rushed after her, pulling the seventh grader Ivan behind her, and then the curious Stasia hurried after her.

Svetlana Lavrova and Olga Kolpakova write intricately and sometimes hilariously funny, so their detective stories are fun to read both in their room and in the evening aloud on the cottage veranda.

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  • 10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer

    10 books for teens, which is not a pity to spend time in the summer