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Books that are clean for girls that are teens
Gretchen Goodfellow "Lover of children's lit"
Uncle Tom's Cabin (Bantam Classics)
"A masterpiece for generations, this title exults an unbelievably Christ-like man that I have found girls especially to embrace. Good for excellent readers in high school."
The Seer and the Sword
"Perfectly wonderful and crystal clean Princess story. Some girls just really WANT this type of book! It is well-written and nice and long. Good for good to excellent readers who like fantasy."
Neela: Victory Song (Girls of Many Lands)
"Of this series, this book is the best. It captures what an everyday girl's life may have been like in India in that era. You will love, weep, tremble and cheer! Fair or better readers (grade 6&up)"
Isabel: Taking Wing (Girls of Many Lands - England)
"My sister's favorite of the series, though she is older than the target age of this book. Older readers will like the original storyline even if it is not a challenge for them to read."
Cecile: Gates of Gold (Girls of Many Lands)
"Another one of the best. Parts of the plot are a bit heavy, similar to Neela and Isabel, so I think some high school readers may enjoy it, too. These are good because there is nothing else like them"
To Kill a Mockingbird
"Many schools do not read this one anymore, which is a shame, it is such a delightful classic. Heavy in some ways, it is most appropriate for high school. Unique characters will endear it to your YA."
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Full-Color Collector's Edition)
"I cannot recommend this book enough. It makes a great read- aloud for 7-up, but should be visited again in the teen years. They'll fall in love. You'll want the whole series."
Here Today (Booklist Editor's Choice. Books for Youth (Awards))
"Relate-able and fascinating, this title is recommended for girls 12-16. The heroine is mature, strong and sensible which will be admirable to the girls who read this funny and sad book."
"Quaint and quirky, the characters in this story will seem highly realistic, yet highly improbable. The siblings are age 7-18, so all ages can enjoy. Great or better readers 12 and up. Try Indigo."
"My 12 year old sister found this precious and precocious book to be utterly spectacular. We're dying for the 3rd one, Permanent Rose. Good for Great or better readers 12 and up (teens will like it)."
"A fantastic rendition of Cinderella. Funny, fabulous and unforgettable. Good readers age 13 and up."
The Two Princesses of Bamarre
"For the adventury-princessy type. I adored the humor, the fantasy, the adventure. For the girl who could read a million princess stories. This one is original, maybe better than Ella Enchanted."
The Field Guide (The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 1)
"This series is good for the struggling teen reader who wants something cool, but needs some pictures to keep her going. Light, light fantasy, this is a good choice for someone who can't read HP."
Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
"Everyone has an oppinion on these books, but all that aside, they are clean enough to be white gloved. Not to mention an enchanting read! I recommend these books for jr. high and up."
The Saturdays (Melendy Family)
"This was one of my favorites growing up. The eldest sister in it is 14, and they grow up as the series progresses. It's a family living in NYC with no money but lots of imagination during WWII."
The Four-Story Mistake (Melendy Family)
"A good follow-up to the Saturdays, in this book, the family moves out to the country where their fun and adventures increase. Young teen girls will adore brother Rush as I did. Great for 12-16."
Then There Were Five (Melendy Family)
"Maybe the best one in this series. The kids are mostly teenagers now, and their neighbor Mark becomes "one of the family". The kids are left alone to take care of themselves in the country."
Little Town on the Prairie (Little House)
"This book is best if the preceding books were read first, but it can stand on its own and then followed by These Happy Golden Years. Timeless but wonderful, teen girls are perfect for Wilder's books."
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