Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
The Dollmaker of Krakow is an astounding, gorgeously-written debut novel.
The Loneliest Girl in the Universe will appeal to fans of science fiction, adventure and romance alike.
Alex, Approximately follows a teenage film buff as she rekindles her relationship with her father, forms new friendships and tries to track down a mysterious internet friend over one epic summer.
The Treatment is a pacy, gripping novel that will appeal to anyone who enjoys thrillers.
Genuine Fraud is a great book, full of twists and turns.
Here I Stand: stories that stand for freedom: stories that stand for freedom is thought-provoking and deeply moving.
Stock librarian Sophie picks out the Young Adult titles that have enthralled Suffolk Libraries staff and customers in 2017.
A Semi Definitive List of Worst Nightmares features a sweet, slow-burning romance and deals with dark themes of mental illness beautifully.
Wonder made Emma smile, laugh, feel sad and well up with tears.
They Both Die at the End is a real celebration of life, love and how easily it all can be taken away.