What do teenagers read?

Many people think that modern adolescents do notRead books, giving preference to a computer, television and other electronic entertainment. In fact, this is far from the case. Most of the teenagers still love books.

What teens read: literary genres

Here are the most popular literary genres to date, preferred by modern children:

  • Fantasy;
  • Fantastic;
  • Detective;
  • Novel;
  • Popular science literature;
  • The Story;
  • Story.

What teens read: popular works

Everyone has different tastes, someone prefers foreign classics, someone Russian fiction, there are those who respect the poems of Pushkin and Lermontov.

But there is a list of the most-most favorite teenagers books:

  • Harry Potter (the series consists of 7 books, author J.Rowling.) Genre: fantasy);
  • Twilight (the series consists of 5 books by Stephenie Meyer.) Genre: Fantasy);
  • Tanya Grotter (the series consists of 16 books, author Dmitry Emets.) Genre: fantasy);
  • Warrior-cats (in a series of more than 30 books, by Erin Hunter, Genre: Fantasy);
  • Lovely Bones (by Alice Siebold, Genre: prose);
  • Loneliness in the network (by Janush Leon Vishnevsky, Genre: novel);
  • Bury me behind the plinth (author Pavel Sanaev.) Genre: novel;
  • Gone with the Wind (by Margaret Mitchell, Genre: novel);
  • Alchemist (author of Paulo Coelho);
  • Little prince (author of Antoine de Saint-Exupery.) Genre: fairy tale;
  • p.s.Ya love you (by Cecilia Ahern, Genre: novel);
  • Crime and Punishment (author: Fyodor Dostoevsky, Genre: philosophical and psychological novel);
  • Eleven minutes (written by Pauolo Coelho, Genre: novel);
  • Jane Eyre (author of Charlotte Bronte, Genre: novel);
  • Seagull Jonotan Linguiston (author Richard Bach. Genre: story-parable);
  • The Hobbit (by J.Tolkien, Genre: Fantasy);
  • Scarlett (author of Alexander Ripley, Genre: novel);
  • The Lord of the Rings (by J. Tolkien, Genre: Fantasy);
  • Eragon (author Christopher Paolini.) Genre: fantasy);
  • There is, pray, love (by Elizabeth Gilbert, Genre: novel);
  • Master and Margarita (author Mikhail Afganasievich Bulgakov.) Genre: novel);
  • Girl with a dragon tattoo (author Stig Larsson., Genre: thriller);
  • The Catcher in the Rye (author Jerome D. Sellinger: Genre: prose);
  • Metro 2033 (author Dmitri Glukhovsky, genre: fiction);
  • Portrait of Dorian Gray (author Oscar Wilde, Genre: prose);
  • Diary of memory (author Nicholas Sparks.) Genre: novel.


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