Chick Lit

Recommended Chick Lit

A-List by Zoey Dean, Y Fiction Dean
Seventeen-year-old blueblood Anna Percy leaves Manhattan to spend the second half of her senior year with her father in Los Angeles and quickly becomes involved in the lives of the rich and famous at Beverly Hills High School.

All American Girl by Meg Cabot, Y Fiction Cabot, Y Books on CD Cabot
A sophomore girl stops a presidential assassination attempt, is appointed Teen Ambassador to the United Nations, and catches the eye of the very cute First Son.

Bard Academy Series by Cara Lockwood, Y Fiction Lockwood
In this first novel of a brand-new series, boarding school gets a lot more interesting for the teens at Bard Academy--where school spirit turns sinister and the teachers are ghosts with more in mind than detention.

Beacon Street Girls Series by Annie Bryant, Y Fiction Bryant, J Paperback Byrant
Charlotte Ramsey is the new girl again, and ready to make friends and stay in one place. After causing the biggest cafeteria blunder in the history of Abigail Adams Junior High School, Charlotte's assigned lunch partners, Katani, Avery and Maeve, can't wait to dump her. Can it get any worse?

Clique by Lisi Harrison, Y Fiction Harrison
Wealthy Massie is determined to exclude middle class Claire, the daughter of her father's old friend, from her seventh-grade clique at a very exclusive private school in Westchester, New York, but after Massie steals her only friend, Claire strikes back.

Confessions of Georgia Nicholson Series by Louise Rennison, Y Fiction Rennison
Presents the humorous journal of a year in the life of a fourteen-year-old British girl who tries to reduce the size of her nose, stop her mad cat from terrorizing the neighborhood animals, and win the love of handsome hunk Robbie.

Crimes of the Sarahs by Kristen Tracey, Y Fiction Tracey
After Sarah Trestle botches a simple shoplifting attempt, she is worried that she will get kicked out of her clique of friends, which is made up of three other girls named Sarah whose main summer activities are volunteer work and the occasional petty crime.

Dating Game by Natalie Standiford, Y Fiction Standiford
When three high school sophomores set up a weblog as a class project to research whether girls or boys are more sex-crazed--and to play matchmaker, their own messy love lives become even more complicated.

Does My Head Look Big In This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah, Y Fiction Abdel-Fattah
Year Eleven at an exclusive prep school in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, would be tough enough, but it is further complicated for Amal when she decides to wear the hijab, the Muslim head scarf, full-time as a badge of her faith--without losing her identity or sense of style.

First Daughter: Extreme American Makeover by Mitali Perkins, Y Fiction Perkins
During her father's presidential campaign, sixteen-year-old Sameera Righton, who was adopted from Pakistan at the age of three, struggles with campaign staffers who want to give her a more "all-American" image and create a fake weblog in her name.

Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar, Y Fiction von Ziegesar
Presents a world of jealousy and betrayal at an exclusive private school in Manhattan.

L8R, G8R by Lauren Myracle, Y Fiction Myracle
Throughout their senior year in high school, Zoe, Maddie, and Angela continue to share "instant messages" with one another about their day-to-day experiences as they consider college, sex, the importance of prom, and the inevitable end of their inseparable trio.

Mates Dates Series by Cathy Hopkins, Y Fiction Hopkins
A turning point is exactly what Lucy Lovering does NOT want. Everything is changing around her, and suddenly she has to make all sorts of decisions. Everyone else knows who and what she wants to be except her. Izzie has become friends with the glamorous Nesta, and Lucy isn't certain she likes a threesome. Nesta and Izzie look sixteen, but Lucy, at fourteen, can still pass for a twelve-year-old. But then one day Lucy sees the most wonderful boy crossing the street, and things do start to change -- in all areas of her life....

Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard, Y Fiction Shepard
When one of their tightly-knit group mysteriously disappears, four high school girls find their friendship difficult to maintain when they begin receiving taunting messages from someone who seems to know everything about their past and present secrets.

Private Series by Kate Brian, Y Fiction Brian
When fifteen-year-old Reed Brennan wins a scholarship to Easton Academy, she quickly discovers that the Billings Girls are the most beautiful, intelligent, and powerful group on campus, so Reed tries to become a member. But when she arrives on the beautiful, tradition-steeped campus of Easton, everyone is just a bit more sophisticated, a bit more gorgeous, and a lot wealthier than she ever thought possible. Reed realizes that even though she as been accepted to Easton, Easton has not accepted her she feels like she's on the outside, looking in.

Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot, Y Fiction Cabot
Fourteen-year-old Mia, who is trying to lead a normal life as a teenage girl in New York City, is shocked to learn that her father is the Prince of Genovia, a small European principality, and that she is a princess and the heir to the throne.

TMI by Sarah Quigley, Y Fiction Quigley
Fifteen-year-old Becca has the habit of revealing too much personal information about herself and her friends, but when her boyfriend breaks up with her and she vows to stop "oversharing," she does not realize that her blog postings are not nearly as anonymous as she thought.

TTYL by Lauren Myracle, Y Fiction Myracle
Chronicles, in "instant message" format, the day-to-day experiences, feelings, and plans of three friends, Zoe, Maddie, and Angela, as they begin tenth grade.

You are SO not invited to my bat mitzvah by Fiona Rosenbloom, Y Fiction Rosenbloom
As her bat mitzvah approaches, Stacy Adelaide Friedman of White Plains, New York, has a lot on her mind. Her parents have separated, her mother dresses her like an American Girl doll, her younger brother is embarrassing, and she is totally in love with Andy Goldfarb.

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