NEW YORK (AP) — Beauty care is for teens, but what are the books for them?
Cream beauty care is the most popular choice for teens across the country, and there are a lot of them out there, according to the most recent Nielsen BookScan survey.
The survey, conducted last month and published Monday, shows that nearly a third of all books sold by the chain of more than 4,500 booksellers are geared toward teens.
The survey, which was conducted by Nielsen Bookscan for The Associated Press, included titles for young children (17-18) and teens (19-21).
There are plenty of books for teenagers, including The Good Book by Katie Zezima and How to Survive Without Your Parents by Laura Brehm.
Other popular options include The Little Things by Susan B. Anthony, The Book of the Month by Mary Oliver, The Good Girl by Tanya M. Hargreaves, and The Little Book of Stories by Emily Paddington.
While the survey found that kids love books about themselves, there are some books that can be difficult for teens to handle.
There are more than 100 books about parents that deal with what it means to be a parent, such as The Good Parent by Karen Hahn and The Good Mom by Melissa Hahn.
There are also more than 20 books about being a mom, such at the booklets The Mommy Handbook by Nancy Farrar and Mommy’s Guide to Motherhood by Nancy Friedman.
There are several books about relationships and children that have been a hit with young readers, including Mommy Stories by Nicole Byers and The Parenting Book by Michelle Williams.
And then there are books about kids, like The Little Prince by Laura Kightlinger and How To Be A Teen by Laura Paddys.
Keen readers will find some of these books appealing, such The Little Pippin Book by Lauren Green and Mom and Dad by Lauren Greene.