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The 7 Best Christian Books For Teenaged And Young Girls

We all know that there is a lot of reading to do in your teenage years. From academic reading to fiction, here are 7 suggestions of books every young Christian girl should read.

#1 Dandelion on Fire

The underlying theme of this middle grade/teen thriller is good vs. evil. Not only is it a “clean read,” it has reminiscent vibes of Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys wrapped up with some good 21st century high tech. This 2016 Benjamin Franklin Book Award Gold Medalist for Teen Fiction shows that clean doesn’t have to be boring. (for ages 10 and up)

This novel truly stands out and is a breath of fresh air for the YA genre. Torgent shows us that we can have knock out, new YA stories that are intense, heart-breaking, deep, clean, and mind-blowing without being numbingly stereotypical, raunchy, and a wash-rinse-repeat of everything else in the YA mystery/sci-fi genre.

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Contributor: Sherry Torgent

Company: blueinkpress.com

  1. Loved the series! A great read with lots of adventure and excitement!

  2. Awesome book. I have bought it for all the young teens in my family and they slate hooked on the story line.

#2 The Chronicle of the Three: Bloodline

Zoe discovers she is part of an ancient bloodline, one destined to prevent the powers of darkness from condemning the world.

This demon-slayer series is perfect for young girls that like a supernatural twist. It was written by a youth pastor whose platform, #LiveChosen, is an initiative to encourage young women to see themselves the way God sees them. (for ages 10 and up)

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Contributor: Sherry Torgent

Company: blueinkpress.com

  1. Both my teenage daughter and my pre teen daughter loved this series! They couldn’t put it down. I actually loved it too. It is very well written and the characters feel so real to me. We highly recommend it!

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#3 In God’s Waiting Room

In God's Waiting Room, is the true story of Barbara Morello-O'Donnell who had a miraculous healing while in a coma. Its relevance is that Barbara resolved some of the typical female issues, like need to be attractive and appearance, in her coma and these seem to be related to her spiritual healing.

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Contributor: Howard Rankin

Company: InGodsWaitingRoom.net

#4 Tyrants and Traitors

Niklas, a fifteen-year-old shepherd, spent his whole life dreaming of revolt against the hygiene-adverse Philistines, but when the all-but-impossible mission is thrust upon him, he starts to rethink the whole hero business.

This is a fun, yet exciting retelling of King David as a boy. For all those girls out there that like action and adventure, this book will show you ancient Israel in a way that has never been seen before. (for ages 10 and up).

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Contributor: Sherry Torgent

Company: blueinkpress.com

#6 The Azetha Series

For best Christian books for girls, I recommend The Azetha Series, a clean YA fantasy series about a 16-year-old girl named Tika who discovers she’s not who she thinks she is. While she tries to come to terms with her new identity and accept herself, she also struggles with her faith as well as the idea that she could be chosen for a higher purpose. The books in the series include: Secrets of Fathara, The Veil of Death, Journey to the Mercy Mines, and Azetha Rising.

The Azetha Series is an entertaining epic fantasy series of a girl fighting for her survival, while also exploring themes of good versus evil, self-discovery, faith, forgiveness, and healing.

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Contributor: Robin Glassey

Company: robinglassey.com

#7 The New Rules for Love Sex and Dating

This book dismisses the fallacy of “Looking for Mr. Right” and advises instead that a better approach would be to become the girl that “Mr. Right is looking for” so that your chance of being someone he’d want will be much more likely. My favorite quote from the book is “The present always becomes the past and the past is always present in the future”. Wisdom at it’s finest, what you do in the moment's matter.

Along with solid lessons of how women should be honored and true love defers to one another. It was one of the most important lessons I was able to share with my daughter and she is forever grateful and yes Mr. Right found her, what a beautiful future they have together.

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Contributor: Rick White

Company: ww-holdings.com

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