15 need books for teenagers reading teen interesting and useful?

  Adolescence is the most complex and unpredictable. And the readership of school age is the most attentive, demanding and emotional. What books to choose for your teenage child? First of all, fascinating (books should teach something). And, of course, fascinating (a boring book the child will close after the first pages).

Your attention - a list of the most useful and interesting books for schoolchildren of different ages.

The Seagull named Jonathan Livingston

Recommended age:  for middle and high school

Jonathan, like the other seagulls, also had two wings, a beak and white feathers. But his soul was torn out of a rigid framework, incomprehensibly set by anyone. Jonathan did not understand - how can you just live for food, if you want to fly?

What is it like to go against the current, contrary to the opinion of the majority?

The answer is in one of the most popular works from the descendant of Johann Sebastian Bach.

100 years of solitude

Recommended age:  from 14 years

The story of loneliness, realistic and magical, which the author created more than 18 months.

Everything in this world once ends: even the most seemingly unbreakable and unshakable things and events disappear in time, disappear from reality, history, memory. And they can not be returned.

How impossible it is to leave your destiny ...

Recommended age:  from 14 years

The book about the search for the meaning of life is multilayered, it makes you think and feel, stimulating to new right steps on the way to your dream. The best seller from the brilliant Brazilian writer, who became a reference book of millions of readers on earth.

In my youth it seems that everything is possible. In our youth we are not afraid to dream and are full of confidence that our dreams will come true. But one day, when we pass the line of growing up, someone from outside tells us that nothing depends on us ...

Roman Coelho is a tailwind in the back to anyone who began to doubt.

The subconscious mind can do anything

Recommended age:  from 14 years

To move from the place, in the first place, you need to completely change the way you think. Impossible is possible.

But one desire is not enough!

A special book that shows the right door and even gives it a key. Step-by-step instruction, inspiring a feat of successful development from the Canadian author, conquering from the first pages.

27 the surest ways to get what you want

Recommended age:  from 14 years

The book is a guide, tested by thousands of readers.

Get the desired is not so difficult, the main thing - to properly dispose of their lives.

Easy, exciting, literate book, surprising simplicity of solutions, changing views, helping to find answers.

How to win friends and influence people

This book was published back in 1939, but to this day it does not lose relevance and offers opportunities for those who are able to start with themselves.

To remain a consumer or develop? How to saddle a wave of success? Where to find the same potential?

Look for answers in a simple and accessible "instruction" from Carnegie.

Book thief

Recommended age:  from 13 years

In this book, the author describes the events of the Second World War.

A girl who has lost her family does not imagine her life without books. She is ready even to steal them. Liesel reads booze, again and again plunging into the fictitious worlds of writers, while death follows her.

A book about the power of a word, about the ability of this word to fill the heart with light. A work in which the Angel of Death becomes the narrator is a multifaceted, pulling the strings of the soul, making you think.

The book filmed in 2013 (approx. – "The book thief").

451 degrees Fahrenheit

Recommended age:  from 13 years

Rereading the old science fiction, you often come to the conclusion that one or another writer could foresee the future. But one thing is to see the materialization of fictitious devices of communication (for example, Skype), and it's quite another to observe how our life gradually begins to resemble an eerie anti-utopian world in which they live by the pattern, they do not know how to feel, in which it is forbidden think and read books.

The novel is a warning that mistakes must be corrected on time.

House in which

Recommended age:  from 14 years

In this house live (or live?) Children with disabilities. Children who have become unnecessary to their parents. Children whose psychological age is higher than that of any adult.

There are not even names - only nicknames.

The back of reality, into which every man must look at least once in his life. At least a corner of the eye.

Solar substance

Recommended age:  from 10-12 years

The book from a talented physicist is a real masterpiece in the field of popular science literature. Simple and exciting, understandable even for the student.

A book that the child will necessarily read "from cover to cover".

Life of wonderful children

Recommended age:  from 11 years

This series of books is a unique collection of accurate biographical data on famous people, written in a simple language, understandable to any teenager.

What kind of child was Mozart? And Catherine the Great and Peter the Great? And Columbus and Pushkin?

The author is fascinating, fun and interesting to talk about many outstanding personalities (at their young age), which nothing prevented from becoming great.

Alice in the country of mathematics

Recommended age:  from 11 years

Does your child not understand math? This problem is easily solved!

The author suggests along with his favorite heroes from the fairy tale of Lewis Carroll to stroll around the country of mathematics - from ancient times to our days. Exciting reading, interesting tasks, bright illustrations - the basics of mathematics in the form of a fairy tale!

A book that can captivate a child with logic and prepare for more serious books.

How to draw cartoons

Recommended age:  from 10 years

The book, which has no analogues in our country (and abroad, too). A fascinating journey into the world of creativity!

How to animate characters, how to create special effects, how to draw motion? For all questions that parents will not be able to answer, this instruction can be answered for beginning multipliers.

Here you will find a detailed description of the most important topics - facial expressions and perspective, gestures, etc. But the most important advantage of the book is that the author is available and simply teaches how to draw a movement. This manual is not from the "drawing teacher" who will help you to improve the child, but from the practitioner who created the book for the development of the creative beginning.

Great option for a gift to a child!

How to understand difficult laws of physics

Recommended age:  from primary school

Your child likes to "chemize"? He is fond of conducting experiments "at home"? This book is what you need!

100 simple, interesting and fun experiments that can be conducted with parents and without. The author simply, captivatingly and intelligibly explains to the child how the world around him works, and how the usual things behave according to the laws of physics.

Without muddled explanations and complex formulas - it's simple and clear about physics!

Steal like an artist

Recommended age:  from 12 years

How many talents have been ruined because of one painful phrase, thrown by somebody in the heat of the moment – "this is it!". Or, "it has already drawn to you." The idea that everything is already invented before us, and anything new you can not create detrimental – it leads to a creative dead end and cuts off the wings of inspiration.

Austin Cleon explains to all creative people that any work (whether it's a painting or a novel) arises on the basis of plots (phrases, heroes, abandoned thoughts aloud) that came from outside. There is nothing original in the world. But this is not an excuse to give up your creative realization.

Are you inspired by other people's ideas? Take them boldly and do not suffer from remorse, but do something on their basis!

Steal the idea entirely and pass it off as your own - this is plagiarism. Create on the basis of someone's idea of ​​something of your own - this is the author's work.