Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
Second Best Friend is a quick, pacey story of friendship, self-discovery and politics, optimised for readers with dyslexia and visual stress.
The Unpredictability of Being Human is a relatively quick read with a quirky, relatable main character.
Inspired by Frankenstein, This Monstrous Thing explores what it is to be human, what makes us human and who the story's real monster is.
Witchborn is a brilliant concoction of Tudor politics, magic and one heck of a gripping plot.
Iconic civil rights activist Martin Luther King was assassinated 50 years ago this April. In his memory we have compiled a list of outstanding BAME authors of young adult literature.
Long Way Down is an unforgettable book that you won’t be able to put down.
The Red Ribbon is a brilliant story about the power of stories and the cost of survival.
The Excelsior Award highlights the best graphic novels published each year across genre and style. The winners are decided by pupils at participating secondary schools across the UK.
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.