All 9 ‘Teen Mom’ Books Ranked From Worst To Best

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7. Maci Bookout – I Wasn’t Born Bulletproof (2017)

Much like Kailyn Lowry, Teen Mom OG star Maci Bookout followed up her memoir with an advice book titled “I Wasn’t Born Bulletproof: Lesson I’ve Learned (So You Don’t Have To).” Unlike Kailyn’s “Hustle and Heart,” Maci’s second book is more poised as a compilation of things she has learned and isn’t necessarily trying to tell her readers what will apply to them, but if it does help them than that is an added bonus. The best part out of both of Maci’s books is that her fans finally get to learn more about her parents and her relationship with them. Due to the fact they never appear on the series, many assume their relationship is not that strong, but her memoir and especially “I Wasn’t Born Bulletproof” explain just how close they really are and how supportive her parents have been, not to mention how much she has learned from them which helped her become such a great mom even at a young age.

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6. Farrah Abraham – My Teenage Dream Ended (2012)

Out of all the Teen Mom stars, it was actually Farrah Abraham who released the very first Teen Mom memoir back in 2012 with “My Teenage Dream Ended.” Farrah has gone through a lot of transformations since she first appeared on 16 and Pregnant, and even more has changed in the five years since she released the memoir, making it not as relevant to her life now. It is clear that Farrah is the least liked star of the entire franchise, but even for her critics, “My Teenage Dream Ended” is an interesting read. The book offers up more information on her daughter Sophia’s father Derek and Farrah’s relationship with him before his death than anyone could have imagined.

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