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Great Books for Mothers and Daughters to Read Together

Ann "Book Lover, Reviewer, Writer, and Mother"
The list author says: "These are the best books for girls (and their mothers) that I've read this year with my daughter. All bring up wonderful discussion points. Some are edgy, some are optimistic, but all offer great stories and opportunities to bring mothers and daughters together."
Girlwood
Girlwood
"My favorite story of the year!  A beautiful, earthy, green story of a girl who refuses to give up her sister for lost.  Three generations of very different women come together, girls find their strength through nature, and magic literally lights up the woods.  A must-read!!!"
East
East
"An incredible fairy tale of talking polar bears, evil ice queens, and true love.  Starts a little slow, and some early chapters are confusing, but once the story gets going, you can't put it down!"
Stargirl (Readers Circle)
Stargirl (Readers Circle)
"If you haven't read Stargirl yet, you're missing one of the best all-around stories for girls. An amazing story of acceptance, eccentricity, diversity, and love.  One of my favorites for mothers and daughters!"
Uglies (Uglies Trilogy, Book 1)
Uglies (Uglies Trilogy, Book 1)
"I didn't think I'd like this book, but my daughter wanted to read it because all her friends had read it and loved it.  I have to say, it held my interest, and I wanted to get the others in the series as well.  Great opportunity to talk about looks, image, and what really matters."
Princess Academy
Princess Academy
"Newberry Honor Book.  I was surprised my pre-teen daughter enjoyed this gentle story so much.  Great coming-of-age tale."
Wicked Lovely
Wicked Lovely
"Edgier than the others, with sexual references.  Definitely more of a teen than tween book, but my daughter loved the winter/summer fairy imagery, and the pace picked up near the end."