The final months of school are upon us… and that means it’s prom season! Hallways are already abuzz with prom gossip. Everyone seems to have something to say about this monumental occasion – whether they love prom, hate prom, or really couldn’t care less about all the hype.
But no matter what your opinion is, you are bound to love at least one of these five prom-related books.
Prom: A Novel Based on the Major Motion Picture by Ellie O’Ryan. Maybe one of your more typical prom storylines. One girl, who happens to also be president of the Prom Committee, has to choose between two boys to be her date. Whatever will she do?
The Prom Book: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need by Lauren Metz. This book is a guidebook for any teen getting ready for prom. It is full of tips and tricks for everything you need to plan for the dance – budgeting, wardrobe, etc. – and even has some interactive features.
Will Work for Prom Dress by Aimee Ferris. The story of a girl who is just trying to make it through senior year, but keeps being dragged into her friend’s crazy schemes to try and get prom dates.
Tessa Masterson Will Go To Prom by Emily Franklin. A boy confesses his feelings for his female best friend, only to find out that she has asked another girl to prom. Now he has to decide if he will help defend her against the riled up small town community.
The Anti-Prom by Abby McDonald. Prom drama breaks out when a young lady’s boyfriend is seen with another girl in a limousine on the night of the dance. Betrayed, she and some other girls band together to take revenge.