Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time features an "amazing plot and characters"
A Tragic Kind of Wonderful deals convincingly with bipolar disorder, friendships, relationships and sexuality.
A Girl Named Digit has it all: adventure, mystery, love and humour
Welcome to Nowhere is an immensely well-researched book that fearlessly tackles a worldwide issue.
Emma found We Come Apart
beautifully written, heartbreaking but at the same time wonderful to read.
In Life in a Fishbowl, Len Vlahos creates "a bittersweet fusion of emotions that won’t let you go."
The shortlist for The YA Book Prize was announced on Thursday 2 March. This award "celebrates great books for teenagers and young adults and aims to get more teens reading."
Looking for your next YA read? These short reviews from Stoke High School students might help you decide.
Emily recommends Murder in Midwinter to pre-teens looking for a taste of mystery and suspense
To mark LGBT History Month 2017, we've compiled a huge list of LGBT-related titles for young adults