'The Illustrated World of Mortal Engines' brings Philip Reeve’s futuristic steampunk universe to life [Book Review]
Some fictional worlds are just too large to be contained within the pages of a novel.
Kate Saunders' ‘The Land of Neverendings’ is a moving story about the healing power of imagination [Book Review]
When faced with heartbreak, a little childlike imagination is a wonderful thing.
Samuel J Halpin invites readers to a thrilling adventures in YA novel 'The Peculiar Peggs of Riddling Woods' [Book Review]
A young girl travels on a train to visit her grandmother for the very first time.
A quirky adventure about a boy out to discover who he really is in ‘The Boy Who Hit Play’ [Book Review]
Elvis Crampton Lucas sets out to find his birth parents.
Today is J.D. Salinger’s 100th birthday, and Holden Caulfield may have been a symbol of youthful alienation when it was first published, but would he still have a voice in today's world?
The best YA books of 2018: Another masterpiece from Philip Pullman in ‘The Book of Dust’, Sophie Anderson’s quirky ‘The House with Chicken Legs’, and more
Here are the best examples of young adult literature for 2018.
How books like ‘Harry Potter,’ ‘Twilight’ and ‘The Hunger Games’ changed young adult fiction forever
Here’s a look at the evolution of YA literature through nine books that span 50 years.
Holly Bourne tackles mental health issues in YA novel 'Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes' [Book Review]
A troubled teen goes to a voluntary camp that provides mental health treatment.
We've put together a list of some of the best non-fiction releases of 2018 for everyone from the football fan and the activist inspired by March For Our Lives to the free spirit planning a gap year of world travel.
The adventures of an adorable rescue dog continue in Meg Rosoff’s tale of family life in ‘McTavish Goes Wild’ [Book Review]
The sequel to 'Good Dog McTavish' is all about the different adventures of the Peachey family.