Best Teen & Young Adult Emotions & Feelings Fiction eBooks in 2022

Young Adult & Teen Fiction Emotions & Feelings eBooks

If you're looking for eBooks about young adult emotions and feelings, look no further. You'll find a wide variety of options in this category. These titles include Walk Two Moons, The Hate U Give, and Syphon. Each one explores different aspects of the young adult experience. For more information about these titles, click the links below. Also, check out my review of Anna and the French Kiss, which gives some tips on what to expect.


The Syphon Collection of Young Adult & Teen Fiction eBooks offers stories about emotions and feelings. The content of these books is diverse, and they are written in both young adult versions. While some may be sensitive, others may find them comforting. For this reason, it's important to choose books that you'll enjoy reading and will connect with. The Syphon Collection is the perfect place to start if you're looking for new fiction to read.

Anna and the French Kiss

This free eBook is primarily aimed at young adults who are falling in love. The book is full of themes relating to teenage love. Anna and the French Kiss is a wonderful example of a book written for this age group. In this romance novel, a 17-year-old American girl (Anna) is sent to boarding school in Paris. While she is miserable at school, she hopes to find romance in Paris. While Etienne is off-limits, Anna is drawn to him. Their friendship grows and they discover they have undeniable chemistry, but obstacles stand in their way.

The writing is excellent. Anna's voice is very real and she affects the reader 100% of the time. There's a definite theme going on within the romance as well, involving the father. The father is also a major thematic concept and is expertly woven throughout the book. This makes this a great book for teens and young adults who like romance fantasy.

Teen / Young Adult Emotions - Feelings - Fiction eBooks: There are several books in this genre. Anna and the French Kiss is one of them. The book's sequels are Isla and the Boy Next Door and Lola and the Happily Ever After. It's a great read for the whole family.

Walk Two Moons

Sharon Creech's Walk Two Moons is a great example of how an author can capture the emotions of teens and young adults with a story that touches on many different topics. The author started writing books in 1994 and has written over twenty titles for a wide range of ages. She has won the 1995 Newbery Medal for her work. Her book follows the story of Sal, a young boy who goes on an adventure with his grandparents. In his journey, he meets Phoebe Winterbottom, a young girl who has her own story to tell. As their friendship develops, Sal slowly starts to unravel the truth of Phoebe's past. It is not always easy to understand Phoebe's past, but with a few chapters behind, the story starts to make sense.

This novel is a complicated novel about finding one's true self. It is a journey that begins in the past and ends in the present. It tells two stories - one in the present and another in the past. Sal's present story is framed by her relationship with her friend Phoebe, while her past story revolves around Sal and her grandparents. The story is set in Ohio where Sal's grandparents go on a road trip to Idaho. Along the way, they meet Phoebe, another girl who also has lost her mother. The two girls become friends and are drawn into a mystery centered on their own lives.

If you want a wild story that takes you on an emotional roller coaster, Walk Two Moons will definitely make you feel like an emotional rollercoaster. This novel is full of mystery, romance, and love, while also demonstrating the strength of women. It won the Newbery Award and the Nian Chu Ban in the United Kingdom, and is sure to be a favorite for young readers.

The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give is a powerful novel by Angie Thomas that explores the role of race, class, and religion in society. In this first-person narrative, Starr experiences life in two worlds: the neighborhood she lives in, where her family is predominantly African American, and the high school she attends, which is mostly white. She lives with her family, boyfriend, and school friends. She is also the daughter of the black gang leader Maverick. Her coolness comes automatically because she's black, but she still manages to balance the worlds she inhabits. After the shooting of her friend Khalil by police, Starr is happy and stutters a bit, but she has to deal with the consequences.

The Hate U Give is a riveting tale of friendship, resentment, and forgiveness. It takes place in the wake of the deaths of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin, two teenagers from different races. The book depicts the repercussions of racial bias, racism, and police violence on young people, as well as the power of love and community.

Being Me with OCD

Being Me with OCD is a memoir and self-help eBook for teens about the author's experience living with the disorder. Over one in two adults and one in twenty kids suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder, and the average age of onset is before age 15. Tracy Dotson explains what OCD is and what you can do to overcome it. Her uplifting story will inspire young people and professionals alike to recognize that their loved ones may be suffering from the same condition.

Samantha McAllister is an orphan with purely obsessional OCD. She is unable to escape her thoughts, which make her feel trapped and anxious. When her best friend, Caroline, is introduced to a spoken word poetry club, she begins to see that there's more to life than she had realized. The three friends begin to learn about themselves and how to deal with their mental illness.

"History is All You Left Me" by Lisa Thompson is another memoir featuring an OCD-afflicted protagonist. Set in England, this novel follows the life of Matthew Corbin, a boy suffering from the disorder. His primary doctor refers him to the right specialist, and soon, his patient overcomes his disorder. For many, this book is the first book they've read about OCD.

Tweet Cute

If you're looking for a young adult novel that explores social media and the expectations of parents, Tweet Cute is a must-read. This young adult novel follows the lives of Pepper and Jack, opposites of one another in class and on opposite sides of a Twitter war. Ultimately, they come to realize that they have more in common than they may have realized, and their friendship grows stronger and deeper than they ever thought possible.

"You Have a Match" by Emma Lord is one of the funniest and most uplifting novels of its kind. A girl who has no idea she has a sister joins a DNA service in order to send a nudge to her secret love interest, Leo. She plans to meet her sister at summer camp and is determined to find out why her parents had to give her up for adoption.

Abby Hussein

As a single mother, career for my own mother, working full time, while trying to set up a business, no-one knows better than I do how important finding and maintaining the right balance in life is. During this rollercoaster of a journey, I lost myself, lost my passion, lost my drive and turned into an automated machine, who's sole purpose is cater and serve others. Needless to say, I became very disillusioned with life, my mental health became compromised and I just didn't have anything to give anymore. My work suffered, my family suffered, and most of all, I suffered. It took all the courage and strength that I could muster to turn this around and find an equilibrium that serves me first, allowing me to achieve all of my goals and reams while doing all the things that were required of me and those that I required of myself.

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