1. The List
It's sad, but I'm pretty sure the only way this would make it to any sort of screen is if Lifetime decided to make it into a totally salacious "teenage girl problems" movie. Which is, like I said, sad. But that aside, the many different characters and POVs here would be a great fit for a movie along the lines of He's Just Not That Into You. Except, you know, different.
2. Jessie <3 NYC
This was the first book I thought of for this topic because even in my review I mentioned how I wished this book were a movie. The characters, storyline, and little surprises along the way are the sort of things that work so great in movies. YOU HEAR ME, MOVIE PEOPLE? Make it happen.
3. Jenna & Jonah's Fauxmance
Emily Franklin & Brendan Halpin
How meta would a movie about teen starlets in a fake romance be? SO META. And also, pretty awesome.
4. The Mockingbirds
There's something about this book -- the subject matter, the well-drawn characters, the underground justice system, that I would love to see on screen. It's got the right mix of interesting, unexpected, and tried-and-true to be a really awesome, if slightly understated, movie.
5. Two-Way Street
This one came out five years ago, so it's probably not exactly on your radar, but from what I remember it definitely should be. Exes on a road trip together, on the way to the same college? Unresolved feelings and too much ambiguity? I love this book and I want it to be a movie that I will also love.
6. Cheating At Solitaire
This is another older book (it came out in 2005 and isn't even YA), and is one of the few straight-up "chick lit" (ugh, can't we rename that genre?) that I've flat-out loved. The love story is meet-cute perfect for a movie.