- Pat Farr
Here are some humorous romance titles from our Young Adult Fiction collection that I hope you will enjoy reading.
Thwonk by Joan Bauer.
A cupid doll comes to life and offers romantic assistance to A.J., a
teenage photographer suffering from unrequited love.
Princess in Love by Meg Cabot (Princess Diaries, v. 3).
In a series of humorous diary entries, a New York City ninth grader
agonizes over her love life, final exams, and future role as the
princess of Genovia.
The Girl Who Invented Romance by Caroline B. Cooney.
While waiting for her first big romance and observing the sometimes
rocky love affairs of her parents and brother, sixteen-year-old Kelly
develops a board game called Romance.
The Boy Who Owned the School: a Comedy of Love by Gary Paulsen.
Jacob Freisten, often in a fog, tries to ease through high school
unnoticed, but a beautiful classmate takes notice of him and his life
begins to change.
The Unlikely Romance of Kate Bjorkman by Louise Plummer.
Seventeen-year-old Kate hopes for romance when her older brother's
friend Richard comes to stay at their house during Christmas vacation.