If you like Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

Here are a few other suggestions of books that I think you might like:

 

The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot.
Fourteen-year-old Mia, who is trying to lead a normal life as a teenage girl in New York City, is shocked to learn that her father is the Prince of Genovia, a small European principality, and that she is a princess and the heir to the throne. (This is the first in the Princess series by Meg Cabot, who has written lots of other books that you may enjoy as well).


My Almost Epic Summer by Adele Griffin.
Stuck babysitting during the summer while her friends take glamorous vacations, fourteen-year-old Irene learns some lessons about life after meeting a beautiful, yet troubled, girl.

 

What My Mother Doesn't Know by Sonya Sones.
Sophie describes her relationships with a series of boys as she searches for Mr. Right. This novel is in verse form, so each "chapter" is a poem. Meet Sophie. She sees herself as the too-tall "Mount Everest of teenage girls," who, along with her friends, often suffers from "lackonookie disease." She's dating smoky, sexy Dylan, covertly chatting online with "cybersoul"-mate Chaz, and secretly nursing a crush on sweet, geeky Murphy. Her two best friends are closer to her than sisters, and she
"hates hating" her soap opera-addicted mom, wishing "she would show half as much interest in my life as she does in Luke and Laura's.” (description from Amazon).

Eva Underground by Dandi Daley Mackall.
In 1978 high-school-senior Eva Lott leaves her boyfriend and her comfortable life in the Chicago suburbs for Communist Poland, where her father is teaching in the underground education movement. Coping with the recent death of her mother from cancer, Eva now has to contend with the boredom and loneliness of living in a foreign country. After a botched attempt to run away and make her way back to Chicago, Eva develops a friendship with Tomek, a young underground leader, and a
romance blossoms, giving her a desire to stay. (description from Amazon)

How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff.
To get away from her pregnant stepmother in New York City, fifteen-year-old Daisy goes to England to stay with her aunt and cousins, with whom she instantly bonds, but soon war breaks out and rips apart the family while devastating the land.