6 YA Books to Read This Autumn

October 27, 20173 min read

Autumn has always been the season associated with warm colors and reading, so here are six books you need to read or re-read this autumn:

1. The ‘Harry Potter’ series by J.K Rowling

You may be going back to school and desperately wish you were actually going to Hogwarts. Although anytime is a great time to read Harry Potter, Autumn always makes me think of “The Boy Who Lived.”

2. ‘The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ by Stephen Chbosky

This is a coming of age story following a boy named Charlie, navigating his way through his freshman year of high school. He writes letters documenting his antics throughout the year, each of which will make you hysterically laugh and cry.

3. ‘Turtles All The Way Down’ by John Green

John Green is arguably one of the most popular YA authors, and he is only increasing in popularity with his new release Turtles All The Way Down. The novel follows a 16-year-old Aza and her friend Daisy on their pursuit of a fugitive billionaire, and there are plenty of antics along the way.

4. ‘Let It Snow’ by John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson

Although it is only October, it’s never too early for Christmas books. Let It Snow is a collection of three holiday romance stories that all eventually intertwine together. Perfect for cozy reading in front of a fire.

5.  ‘Autoboyograpgy’ by Christina Lauren

Autoboyography is beautiful a story about a high school student named Tanner Scott who takes a class requiring him to write a novel in four months. The story follows his struggles of having to go back into the closet when his family relocates to a small, largely Mormon town in Utah. He slowly falls in love with Mormon prodigy Sebastian Brother — one who sold his book from the same class the previous year.

6. ‘Moxie’ by Jennifer Mathieu

Moxie is the debut novel of Jennifer Mathieu and a recent release this season. It is the perfect feminist homage to the riot girls of the ’90s and the current riot girl feminists of today. This story follows a girl whose mom was once a riot girl and who soon realizes how messed up and sexist the American school system is.

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Chloe Gray

lover of books,jane austen, all things harry potter and new york.

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