9 YA Books to Read With Your Sister
There’s just something about sisters: through the good, the bad, and the ugly – they’re a built-in best friend. Grab the girl who’s always there for you and read these books that will remind you what being a sister is all about!
The Accident Season by Moïra Fowley-Doyle
Every family has secrets, but Cara won’t get to the bottom of hers without facing the past she and her sister might not remember as clearly as they thought.
Atlantia by Ally Condie
Sometimes it takes separation from the person closest to us to take a vivid look at what’s not exactly right in our world.
Soundless by Richelle Mead
Fei has built a life of stability for herself and her sister, but can she keep it when everything about the world they know might implode?
Triple Moon by Melissa de la Cruz
Twin witches Mardi and Molly are sent away to learn how to control their magical impulses, but trouble boils when they meet charming brothers who may not be what they seem.
Some sisters aren’t sisters by blood, they’re just the friends who share your heart.
Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen
Despite years of separation, it’s Ruby’s sister who gives her a chance at a bright new future and to learn how to truly open her heart.
The Young Elites by Marie Lu
Adelina had to leave her sister behind to escape her dark past and find out who she really wants to be, but the person you grow up with often knows you even better than you know yourself.
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
The Garrett family is everything Samantha’s family is not: they’re full of loud, messy, warm, and lovable sisters and brothers, and if she can just cross the fence, maybe she can learn how to love the way they do.
Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan
Josie’s outrage when her sister gets engaged to a supposedly insufferable guy is summed up in a quote we heard once: “some days have too many sisters in them. And some don’t have enough.”
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