The genre of fantastical adventure is always popular. Here are three books aimed at teenagers that are brilliant, that you may want to pick up and read yourself too!
The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins
Set in a dystopia where children fight to the death, this one is gripping and tense while also being clever and political. This book is ideal for giving your teens something enticing which also packs a strong message about greed and corruption, as well as having a strong female main character.
The Northern Lights, Philip Pullman
This one is based in a parallel world that is almost identical to ours but with enough differences and fun quirks to keep your teens on their feet as they immerse themselves in this magical world. There are also loads of poignant lessons to learn which are played out in a very clever way.
A Wizard of Earthsea, Ursula Le Guin
This book was written in the 1970s but is still so relevant to young people (and adults!) today. Set in a world with wizards and dragons, the attention and detail that Le Guin has put into this tale is amazing and will have your teenager gripped from the start.