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Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
Undercover Princess will appeal to anyone who loves drama, humour and wild characters doing wild things.
The Last Days of Archie Maxwell is a powerful and poignant contemporary that discusses important, hard-hitting issues.
To mark International Women's Day, library volunteer Emily is celebrating the best female characters in YA.
Blackbird is tense, well-plotted and addictive.
The shortlist for The YA Book Prize was announced on Friday 1 March. This award "celebrates great books for teenagers and young adults and aims to get more teens reading."
Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee is a riveting, unputdownable book.
This month's list has something for everyone, from modern fantasy to gripping sci-fi to gritty realism.
The White Hare is a coming-of-age novel that will especially appeal to fans of myth and folklore
My Side of the Diamond is really exciting and amazingly realistic.
All the Crooked Saints is magical, miraculous, haunting, enigmatic, allegorical, fantastical and more.