What book or book series should I read next?

I have read several books and don't know what to read next. Any book or book series recommendation will be appreciated. Below is the books I have read.

I have read:

Oops! I Did It (Again)! By: Robin Wasserman

The Boyfriend By: R. L. Stine

Black Beauty By: Anna Sewell

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By: Mark Twain

The Twilight saga By: Stephenie Meyer

girls rule By: Ashley Rice

The Princess School #1 If the Shoe Fit By: Jane B. Mason and Sarah Hines Stephens

Jacob Have I Loved By: Katherine Patterson

Heidi By: Johanna Spyri

A Break With Charity By: Ann Rinaldi

Little Women By: Louisa May Alcott

Disney Princess Royally Enchanted Cartoon Tales By: Scott Peterson

Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side By: Beth Fantaskey

Classics to Read Aloud to Your Children By: William F. Russell

Where the Wild Things Are By: Maurice Sendak

Kim Possible #5 Killigan's Island By: Jim Pascoe

Kim Possible Vol. 1 By: TokyoPop

Kim Possible #1 Bueno Nacho By: Kiki Thorpe

The Unlikey Romance of Kate Bjorkman By: Louise Plummer

The Secret Garden By: Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Hunchback of Notre-Dame By: Victor Hugo

A Tale of Two Cities By: Charles Dickens

Dirty Work By: Julia Bell

Go Ask Alice By: Anonymous

The Outsiders By: S. E. Hinton

Lizzie McGuire #16 Lizzie for President By: Alice Alfonsi

Afternoon of the Elves By: Janet Taylor Lisle

Double Shadow By: Carl Phillips

Dear Dumb Diary Vol. 1 By: Jim Benton

A Little Princess By: Frances Hodgson Burnett

Speak By: Laurie Halse Anderson

The Skin I'm In By: Sharon G. Flake

Tortured for Christ By: Richard Wurmbrand

Know it alls: Kittens By: Christopher Nicholas

Barbie series By: various authors

If Cats Could Talk By: Michael Wright

Fruits Basket series By: Natsuki Takaya

Magic Knights RayEarth series By: CLAMP

Dramacon series By: Svetlana Chmakova

The Scarlet Letter By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

The Dragon Chronicles By: Septimus Agorius

Battle Angel Alita #1 By: Yukito Kishiro

Loveless #1-3 By: Yun Kouga

Pita-Ten #1 By: Koge-Donbo

Tokyo Mew Mew A La Mode #1 By: Mia Ikumi

Vampire Knight #1 By: Matsuri Hino

Absolute Boyfriend series By: Yuu Watase

Miracle Girls #2-7 By: Nami Akimoto

Psycho Busters #1 By: Akinari Nao ad Yuya Aoki

The Holy Bible KJV By: God

Moo By: Mathew Van Fleet

Duck's Key: Where Can It Be? By: Jez Alborough

Duck! Rabbit! By: Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Ziggy Goes Hollywood By: Tom Wilson

King of the Wind By: Marguerite Henry

The Hole in the Middle By: Paul Budnitz

Dracula in Love By: Karen Essex

Princess Ben By: Catherine Gilbert Murdock

The Night Before Kidnergarten By: Natasha Wing

Disney Princess Homes By: Andrea Posner-Sanchez

Before I Go to Sleep By: Ronne Randall

Lady Grace Mystery #1 Assassin By: Grace Cavendish

The Best of Wizard of Id By: Brant Parker

Jeremy & Dad: A Zits Tribute-ish to Fathers and Sons By: Jerry Scott

Lust and Other Uses for Spare Hormones: A Zits Look at Relationships By: Jerry Scott

Garfield Treasury #1 By: Jim Davis

Desperate Households #6: A Stone Soup Collection By: Jan Eliot

Garfield #44 Goes Bananas By: Jim Davis

Garfield #48 Will Eat For Food By: Jim Davis

Pierced: A Zits Close-Up By: Jim Borgman

Garfield #14 Swallows His Pride By: Jim Davis

For Better or For Worse #12 There Goes My Baby! By: Lynn Johnston

Just a Simple Wedding: A For Better or For Worse Collection By: Lynn Johnston

Striking a Chord: A For Better or For Worse Collection By: Lynn Johnston

Home Sweat Home: A For Better or For Worse Collection By: Lynn Johnston

For Better or For Worse #7 It's All Downhill From Here By: Lynn Johnston

Call of the Wild: A Mutts Treasury By: Patrick McDonnell

Everyday Mutts: A Comic Strip Treasury By: Patrick McDonnell

The Do-Nothing Day By: Joleene Naylor

Pooh's School Day By: Lauren Cecil

Winnie the Pooh: Party in the Wood By: Lisa Ann Marsoli

Winnie the Pooh: Surprise Tails By: Walt Disney Company

Princess Secrets Collection By: Walt Disney Company

Meet Smurfette By: Peyo

Fancy Nancy: Stellar Stargazer! By: Jane O'Connor

The Bunny Book By: Patricia M. Scarry

Angelina and the Rag Doll By: Katharine Holabird

Installing Linux on a Dead Badger and Other Oddities By: Lucy A. Snyder

The Black Cat and Selected Works by Edgar Allan Poe

Jack of Fables#1 The (Nearly) Great Escape By: Bill Willingham

Hamlet By: William Shakespeare

The Little Prince By: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

What I Saw and How I Lied By: Judy Blundell

Fancy Nancy: Every Day Is Earth Day By: Jane O'Connor

Fancy Nancy and the Late, Late, LATE Night By: Jane O'Connor

Fancy Nancy and the Sensational Babysitter By: Jane O'Connor

Fancy Nancy: Spectacular Spectacles By: Jane O'Connor

Fancy Nancy Splendid Speller By: Jane O'Connor

Hetalia: Axis Powers #1 By: Hidekaz Himaruya

Princess Ai #1 By: Courtney Love

Chobits Omnibus Book 1 By: CLAMP

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Where the Sidewalk Ends By: Shel Silverstein

it cut off....

Update 2:

More books I have read:

The Awakening By: Kate Chopin

1984 By: George Orwell

The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle By: Avi

The Diary of a Young Girl By: Anne Frank

Amazing Agent Luna series By: Nunzio DeFilippis

Blood and Chocolate By: Annette Curtis Klause

The Silver Kiss By: Annette Curtis Klause

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Vampire Diaries

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    The Hunger Games Harry Potter

  • 9 years ago

    Dragons of Autumn Twilight - Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The list was really long and after the first few i stopped, but some awesome books are: Harry Potter, Hunger Games and Artimis Fowl:D

    Source(s): What I've read
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  • 9 years ago

    The Morganville vampires series. The first book is the glass houses

  • 9 years ago

    Magic tree house

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    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    Anything by Kurt Vonnegut.

  • 9 years ago

    I don't think you mentioned any books by Sarah Dessen. You should read some of her books; i love them. (:

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