How many of these literary questions did you get right?
This science-fiction fantasy is a must-read for anyone who wants to be told a story that is totally new and absorbing.
When Korean-American young adults fantasy fiction author Ellen Oh visited Hong Kong last month for the 2018 Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival, she fell in love with three things in our city.
Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball is imaginatively illustrated and fun for young readers, but has no bite [Review]
If you prefer Halloween over all other annual celebrations, and you wish October’s spookfest could last all year long, then this might be the book for you.
Fifteen-year-old Divina Samtani isn’t exactly sure when she first knew she wanted to be a writer one day, but wherever the idea came from, it stuck.
Kate De Goldi on why she wrote her books to be love letters to New Zealand, and how she gained the confidence to become a writer
The previous winner of the prestigious Margaret Mahy Award wants to show off the culture and the landscape of the island country.
Brave Young Heroes who overcome autism, dyslexia, homelessness and more will inspire you to discover your own inner superhero
A series of adventure books by Nigerian author Bolaji Oyejide celebrates kids who have superpowers but must overcome difficulties too.
YA author Chris Priestley’s Curse of the Werewolf Boy is a quirky departure from his popular Tales of Terror series [Review]
A couple of misfits play detective in this amusing mystery that is the start of a new series for pre-teen readers.
The Song From Somewhere Else starts off with a typical YA vibe, but has a spine-chilling twist [Review]
Francesca is rescued from bullies by an unexpected hero, but it's the start of another set of problems.
The first week of the first year at university is called “Freshers’ Week”, and it’s a time new uni students look forward to. Freshers’ Week is always packed with parties, new faces, new places, new experiences and new activities.