Young Adults

Our recommendations for young adult books

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Countless - a review

“When Hedda discovers she is pregnant, she doesn’t believe she could ever look after a baby. The numbers just don’t add up. She is young and in the grips of an eating disorder that controls her ...

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Schools out for summer!

20 july 2017

Schools out for summer!

The school holidays are finally here, and that means six whole weeks of reading whatever you want! There’s no one telling you to write an analysis on a chapter, or asking you to share your thoughts ...

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The Upside of Unrequited - A review

7 may 2017

The Upside of Unrequited - A review

Seventeen-year-old Molly Peskin-Suso is always careful. She’s the complete opposite to her twin sister Cassie, who is always trying to bring her out of her shell. 

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Letters to the Lost preview

18 april 2017

Letters to the Lost preview

For LETTERS TO THE LOST, I really wanted to tell a story about teenagers who felt so very lost and alone, and needed to find each other to help dig their way out. Both Juliet and Declan are struggling ...

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We Come Apart - The Review

14 february 2017

We Come Apart - The Review

We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan is a brand-new title from Bloomsbury Publishing this month. Having been asked recently to make some suggestions of YA and teen books especially ...

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Special editions for fans

22 february 2016

Special editions for fans

New editions of two sagas that have become classics and which keep fans loyal as well as helping new readers discover these unique stories.

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A suspense novel for teens

14 december 2015

A suspense novel for teens

This suspense novel for teens won't leave anyone indifferent. It keeps us on our toes the whole time, making it impossible to put the book down. Always saying "just one more chapter and then ...

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The fantasy saga to enjoy reading

9 november 2015

The fantasy saga to enjoy reading

Harry Potter has served to make reading a fun time for many people and to show kids that they can find long texts interesting without any problem, even in the age of digital entertainment.

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