Exotic birds and untold wealth combine in Harriet Whitehorn’s second Violet mystery, Violet and the Hidden Treasure [Review]
It’s a real pleasure to find 11-year-old Violet Remy-Robinson amongst all the dark, apocalyptic novels on YA shelves. Gutsy, determined and a female Sherlock Holmes in the making.
The reclusive author of To Kill a Mockingbird had a thing about fame
Mockingbird asks one of the most important questions facing humans
Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” became one of the most beloved books in US literary history. Here are seven facts about Lee, who died at the age of 89 on February 19, 2016
Set a Watchman callow and shocking, writes Jocelyn McClurg of USA Today
Maggot Moon author Sally Gardner proves her genius again in time-travel tale ‘The Door That Led To Where’ [Review]
Sally Gardner never does the same thing twice. She doesn’t have to: the YA author has one of the most creative imaginations around.
Little accidents happen to us all. Usually, there is no harm done: we patch ourselves up, shake ourselves down and get back on with life.
The script of a new Harry Potter play is to be published following its world premiere in London in July, publishers announced yesterday.
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Edith Nesbit published Five Children and It in the early 1900s, establisheding itself as a classic. Kate Saunders was certainly putting her reputation at stake when she announced she was writing a sequel.