Since January has an extra Monday, that means we have a hole in our blog schedule. I decided to use it to recommend a list of books that two bloggers, Brett Harris and his brother Alex put together.
As you read through this blog, keep in mind what they say in the opening statement:
“This is not a list of teen books.
This is a list of books teens should read.”
I’m going to add two books to this list:
Immortality by Lorraine Boettner. This Scripturally based accessible book is an honest discussion of death that is both sobering and comforting.
Preparing for Dating and Marriage by Cory Griess. This 31-day family devotional will help prepare pre-teens and teens for the temptations and responsibilities of dating and marriage.
What books would you recommend? Please leave your suggestions In the comments below.
2 thoughts on “27 Books Teens Should Read”
Thank you for sharing this wonderful list. These books are not what I expected to see in this blog, but they will certainly challenge teens to think more deeply and grow emotionally and spiritually.
I’d like to add another wonderful book to the list. I love The Knowledge of the Holy, by Tozer. I think reading this book will help teens understand the attributes of God better. We need to think rightly about who God is as we grow in our Christian faith.