Bitter End. N.p.: Paw Prints, 2012. This book is about a girl who falls in love with the new boy in town. She later finds out that the boy is not the person she truly loved and she loses friends because of the decisions she makes. This book is on my list because it is very descriptive and shows how things like this can happen in the real world.
Hopkins, Ellen. Glass. New York: Margaret K. McElderry, 2013. This book is the second book to the series Crank. It is about a girl who has two personalities and how she deals with her life along with her child, drugs, and love life. I put this book on my list because it is a really good realistic fiction book with lots of detail and it is in verse so it makes the book more interesting to read.
Murphy, Julie. Dumplin'. New York, NY: Balzer Bray, an Imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2017 This book is about a girl who finds a relationship with her crush and loses friends on the way. In the end, she joins a pageant to prove people wrong about her weight. I put this book on my list because I really like the main characters confidence.
Oliver, Lauren. Panic. New York, NY: Harper, an Imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2015. This book is about a girl who joins a game called Panic and the winner of the game gets a big prize. The main character has friendships along the way that fail but she meets new people. This book is on my list because it is a good realistic fiction book and has real life teen situations,
Asher, Jay. 13 Reasons Why. London: Penguin, 2017. Print This book was about a girl who made 13 tapes before she died and the people who were on the tapes listened to them after she committed suicide. The main character has trouble while listening to the tapes so the book is about his discovery of the tapes. This book made it on my list because it was very descriptive and it shows reality for teens.