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Debut Australian author Matilda Woods has taken three very different ingredients – a boy, a bird and a coffin maker – and combined them to come up with a beautifully written novel for young and not-so-young readers.
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Helen Grant's impressive debut novel The Vanishing of Katharina Linden is one of those rare books that refuses to downsize style or content just because...
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Museums are the perfect places to hide secrets. The Scatterhorn Museum in The Museum's Secret is...
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Taking on the Taliban: a little girl's tale
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Carnegie Medal winner Tim Bowler's teenage psychological thriller Bloodchild holds readers in its vice-like grip from the very first page. A teenage boy is...
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Julie Hearne's wonderful Rowan The Strange is an amazing piece of fiction that deserves to be devoured. Hearn has already shown herself to be a talent to watch but she has...
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Veteran New Zealand children's author Margaret Mahy enters a crowded arena with her novel The Magician of Hoad. Here we are again in a fantasy land where...
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Something borrowed, seen anew
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The beginning of Sherlock Holmes
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Chris Priestly's Stories in Tales of Terror from the Black Ship are as deliciously spooky as the ones...