by Benjamin Zephaniah
Benjamin Zephaniah has always been a powerful voice on social issues and in his latest novel for teens he tackles the very topical issue of disenfranchised youth, activism and the summer of disco
Review by Jade Craddock
by Alice Oseman
An honest and gritty account of teenage life by 19-year-old author Alice Oseman.
Tori despairs of the other students in the sixth form at "Higgs".
Review by Kristy Rabbitt
Fatherland by Nina Bunjevac
The story begins in Toronto, 2012.
Review by Rebecca Watts
Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer
Julie Lawson Timmer has written a stunning debut novel that will resonate with, and affect, readers long after they’ve finished reading it. 
Mara has been the ulti
Review by Jade Craddock
Fives and Twenty-Fives by Michael Pitre
It is Spring 2011 and for three young men, Doctor Pleasant, Lieutenant Donavon and interpreter Dodge, their minds keep jumping back to 2006, the bloodiest stretch of the Iraq war.
Review by Janie Philips
I Can't Begin to Tell You by Elizabeth Buchan
During the Second World War Denmark - a flat country with a small population and a border with Germany - had little to no chance of resisting Nazi invasion.
Review by Sally Hughes
The Boy with the Tiger's Heart by Linda Coggin
There has been a welcome influx of two genres to children's literature recently - those that stress the importance of preserving wild places, and those at least partially set in a circus or funfa
Review by Hannah Love