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funny or fun books for 15 year old girls

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Majorca Sat 18-Jul-09 20:46:35

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cory Sat 18-Jul-09 23:19:52

Aren't they more or less ready for adult books at that age- something that makes you laugh, perhaps?

paisleyleaf Sat 18-Jul-09 23:31:02

Is Adrian Mole a bit dated now?

Alibabaandthe40nappies Sat 18-Jul-09 23:35:28

I read 'My family and other animals' by Gerald Durrel at about that age and loved it.
Adrian Mole was a favourite too.

I was reading adult books at that age, girls have pretty adult humour by 15 I think. I will have another think and come back if anything comes to mind.

Majorca Sun 19-Jul-09 10:02:52

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Alibabaandthe40nappies Sun 19-Jul-09 10:56:26

Has she tried Terry Pratchett? It may not be her thing, but they are so so funny. My brother and I started reading them in our teens and I can remember howling with laughter.
How about some Bill Bryson? His first couple - Notes from a Small Island/Big Country are the most amusing I think.

I also found Jane Austen fun, light reading at that age but she may have read those already!

Ooh - just been running my eyes over the bookcase next to me - The Three Musketeers is hilarious and if she loved Durrell then it's definitely worth giving it a go.

Bumperslucious Sun 19-Jul-09 10:58:20

Is she too old for Paula Danziger or Judy Blume?

paisleyleaf Sun 19-Jul-09 11:36:19

Nick Hornby's Slam?

Majorca Sun 19-Jul-09 12:21:04

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southeastastra Sun 19-Jul-09 12:25:02

matt groenings life in hell books are hilarious (if she likes simpsons)

nutsnraisins Wed 21-Oct-09 21:35:51

www.amazon.co.uk/Angus-Thongs-Perfect-Snogging-Confessions/dp/000727467X

By Louise Rennison. My 15 year old daughter loved this. Also Diary of a Crush (French Kiss) by Sarra Manning made her chuckle too. Good luck

MissWooWoo Fri 23-Oct-09 11:56:41

how about the Gossip Girl books? hardly literature but bubble gum fun, guaranteed to like if she likes Heat mag etc, no good for goths/emos!

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