Set in a not-too-distant future London, William Sutcliffe’s Concentr8 is a challenging and thought-provoking read for older teens.
A boy wizard NOT Harry Potter has an epic adventure in fantasy novel Archie Greene & The Alchemist’s Curse [Review]
Archie Greene & The Alchemist’s Curse is a rip-roaring fantasy full of characters and magical action to enjoy,.
Some book titles just pique your interest immediately. Is Hummingbird Island as colourful and romantic as it ought to be or is Sam Angus playing a little trick?
A good Victorian-era novel hasn't landed on YA bookshelves for some time. Luckily, debut author Peter Bunzl remedies that with his outstanding first novel Cogheart.
Pax is a beautifully written and compelling novel about a boy and a fox. And if there is any justice in the book world, it is destined to become a classic read by generations of young readers.
Next time you have a tough day at school, check out these seven books that know just how you feel.
In honour of the author's centenary, here are the Young Post team's favourite books by the writer.
The children's author, who died in 1990, would have turned 100 on September 13. Here are a choice selection from just a few of his brilliant books
Another book you should read before going to uni is this: a story that conveys an important message: don’t let the pressures overwhelm you.
The wild west is given a futuristic twist in this dystopian YA fiction, Where The Rock Splits The Sky [Review]
In Philip Webb’s Where The Rock Splits The Sky, the Visitors stop the Earth’s rotation, creating a planet of perpetual daytime, leaving a weakened sun hanging forever high in the sky.