The well loved British author of countless children’s classics also has a darker side to his literary genius. Read these short stories to find out more.
If your parents suddenly announced that you were packing up and moving to a town called “Perfect”, you, you might hear a few alarm bells ringing. Violet Brown has no desire to move house, thank you very much.
A lazy young rabbit matures into a warrior after his home is attacked in The Legend of Podkin One-Ear [Review]
With inspiration from epics such as The Hobbit and Watership Down, Podkin's tale is a fun adventure.
The wildlife of northern England – in particular grouse and hen harriers – are given focus in Gill Lewis’ novel about one boy’s struggle to raise an orphaned hen harrier chick.
The winner of the 2011 Soji Shimada Mystery Award talks to Young Post about his success, reading The Three Musketeers, and what takes a mystery novel from middling to mesmerising.
Patrick Ness is an award-winning YA writer whose novels are about teenagers living in today’s world, not in magical lands or fantasy kingdoms.
Continuing the story of intrigue started in Cogheart, find out how the first human with a mechanical clockwork heart deals with a notorious escaped criminal.
The Queen of Crime was crowned for a reason: she was brilliant
With 19 novels, it's no surprise that Dahl was a massive fan of the written word. Here are nine of the best Roald Dahl quotes about books, reading and writing.
The Hunger Games, To Kill A Mockingbird, Pride and Prejudice and other books we can read over and over again - what's yours?
We all need comfort in the familiar. For some, that comes from books we can read again and again.