by Cece Bell
A funny and beautifully illustrated graphic novel memoir about growing up hearing impaired.
Cece was left with a hearing impairment following a childhood illness meanin
Review by Kristy Rabbitt
The Boundless by Kenneth Oppel
With a train of 987 carriages, an onboard circus, an electrified funeral car filled with treasure, and the occasional sasquatch, The Boundless has all the ingredients for a great adventu
Review by Hannah Love
The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson
This captivating piece of YA fiction traces the unique life of fiery teenager Hayley and her unrelenting struggle with painful memories.
Review by Megan Brown
The Jewel by Amy Ewing
For Violet, life is nothing to do with choices.
Review by Becca Watts
The Playground by Julia Kelly
Life as a single parent can be overwhelming, joyful, maddening and stultifying – and it's this battle of emotions that swirl inside protagonist Eve, who finds herself thrust into a strange new li
Review by Jennifer Wade
The Secret Paris CInema Club by Nicolas Barreau
There is only one word for this - "charmant". It is a totally delightful escapist read, the perfect antidote to a hard day at the office.
Review by Sally Hughes