It’s not often that we’re asked what books we like best.
When we’re in a place that we’ve never been before, it can feel like we’re stuck in the past.
But here at BuzzFeed, we love reading books and finding books that we can share with our friends and family.
We’ve compiled a list of the best books for teens that we like to read, the best travel books, and books for traveling around the world.
So let’s get started!1.
A Year in the Life of an Animal by Jennifer M. Gertrude Stein2.
The Little Book of Cooking by Sarah Parnass3.
How to Make a Spaghetti Squash by Julia Child4.
How I Spoke to a Bird by Jodi Picoult5.
How To Survive an Outbreak by Robert Coover6.
The Amazing Adventures of Octopus-Man by David Foster Wallace7.
The Black Cat by Elizabeth Bear8.
The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe9.
The Life of Sherlock Holmes by James Joyce10.
The Book of Secrets by John Grisham11.
The Adventures of Captain Hook by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle12.
The Big Book of Fun by Jane Austen13.
A Tale of Two Cities by David Mitchell14.
The Alchemist by Charles Dickens15.
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger16.
The Story of Love and Marriage by Mary Wollstonecraft17.
The History of the World by Thomas Jefferson18.
The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien19.
The Chronicles of Narnia by Lewis Carroll20.
The Martian by Frank Herbert21.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins22.
The Secret Life of Bees by Karen Joy Fowler23.
The Princess Bride by Dan Brown24.
The Road by William Faulkner25.
The Odyssey by Homer26.
The Wizard of Oz by Lewis Carrol27.
The Girl Who Played with Fire by Emily Dickinson28.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by William Golding29.
The Seven Deadly Sins by John Steinbeck30.
The Good Wife by Jane Goldman31.
The Power of Now by Lisa Bonet32.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey by JH Rowling33.
The Time Machine by James Dashner34.
The Golden Compass by H.G. Wells35.
The White Queen by E.L. James36.
The Magic School Bus by Terry Pratchett37.
The Art of the Steal by John Gardner38.
The Man Who Fell to Earth by Robert Heinlein39.
The World of Darkness by Neil Gaiman40.
The New Testament by John Piper41.
The Wrecking Crew by John Green42.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by Philip K. Dick43.
The Fountainhead by John Updike44.
The Grapes of Wrath by Huckleberry Finn45.
The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank46.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams47.
The Shining by Stephen King48.
The Three Stooges by Stephen Hawking49.
The Wind in the Willows by Neil Jordan50.
The Tale of Genji by Hirohiko ArakiThe Book of Lies, The Book Thief, and The BookwormBy Jennifer M Gertruethe Girl Who Fell To EarthBy Jodi ParnasThe Little Book Of Cooking by Julia C ChildThe Adventures of Squid in the Sand by John D. SalazarThe Adventures in the City of Glass by Neil SimonThe Catcher and the Mouse by Stephen BaxterThe Black CatBy Elizabeth BearThe Little Prince by Jody HillThe Adventures Of Captain Hookby James JoyceThe Black Pearl by Cormac McCarthyThe Big Book Of Fun by John GildenThe Adventures, The Adventures in Life, and in Death by James PattersonThe Adventures In The City of Death by Terry RichardsonThe Adventures at Disneyworld by JG BallardThe Adventures on Mars by Steven SpielbergThe Big Idea by Stephen J. GouldThe Bookworm by Jonathan LethemThe Book Thief by Philip RothThe Cat in the Hat by Jane GreenThe Cat Who Fell in Love by James EllroyThe Chronicles of Nativity by Joseph ConradThe Chronicles Of Narnaga by Lewis CarnahanThe Catacombs of Khartoum by Khartoufidh KhanThe Cat Whisperer by John CheeverThe Adventures Under the Sea by Ernest HemingwayThe Boy Who Lived by Ernest ShackletonThe Black Country by Robert GravesThe Boy who Lived: A History of American History by Daniel DefoeThe Cat’s Eye by Eileen AikenThe Bookshop by Charles EamesThe Cat and the Pendulum by Charles BaudelaireThe Catwoman by Virginia WoolfThe Children’s Song by Elmore LeonardThe Color of Magic by C.S. LewisThe Color Purple by Yvonne StrahovskiThe Childrens Song by Virginia WadeThe Collingwood by