Scarlett McCain and Albert Browne have outwitted their pursuers and escaped into the wilderness once more, and it’s not long before they become famous for their audacious heists across the Seven Kingdoms. Read what our Young Readers have to say about "The Notorious Scarlett and Browne".
Olive is excited to start grade 6: new teachers, new experiences, and a field trip to the big city with her best buds! But when Olive finds out that a school policy is keeping some kids from going on the trip, she decides to act. Check out the book reviews from our Young Readers for "Act" by Kayla Miller.
Winner of the prestigious Swedish August Prize 2020, The Secrets of Cricket Karlsson by Kristina Sigunsdotter is a bright, contemporary and fearless novel about an ordinary extraordinary eleven-year-old trying to win back her best friend and get her mother to stop sighing.
The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton was bestselling author Jacqueline Wilson's own favourite book as a very young child. She is delighted to revisit this glorious magical world, weaving a brand-new story perfect for the next generation of young readers.
From bestselling author Terri Libenson, Remarkably Ruby is a story about how there’s more to everyone than meets the eye. Check out the book reviews from our Young Readers.
The battle between Good and Evil begins in "Rise of the School for Good and Evil". Go back in time to the beginning and uncover the never-before-told events leading up to Sophie and Agatha’s dramatic arrival and the beginning of their epic fairy tale. Check out the book reviews from our Young Readers.
Forbidden from using his AWESOME godly powers, Loki must show 'moral improvement'. Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good is a hilarious diary-style story written and illustrated by Louie Stowell. Check out the book review from our Young Reader, Connor.
What if you could communicate with a whale? "The Lost Whale" is the enchanting second novel from Hannah Gold, the author of the bestselling and award-winning debut novel "The Last Bear". Check out the book reviews from our Young Readers.
Unicorns don’t belong in fairy tales; they belong in nightmares. So begins Skandar and the Unicorn Thief. Soar into a world where unicorns are real – and they’re deadly. Check out the book reviews from our Young Readers.
We asked Claudia and her 8-year-old son Jaxon to give us an update on how they were going with SquareOne – a free app that helps kids connect the dots between earnings, spending, and saving money. Claudia and Jaxon started using SquareOne a month or so ago so join us as we catch up on how things have been going.
Welcome to Dungeon Academy, where monsters and creatures train for the dark world that awaits just beyond the Dungeon walls. Find out more about No Humans Allowed, the first book in this new series D&D Dungeon Academy by Madeleine Roux and Tim Probert
Sometimes feeling bored is just the beginning ... Find out more about this fun new story from million-copy bestseller Matt Stanton, author of FUNNY KID and THE ODDS, about the complicated business of being a kid.
Pearly and Pig and the Great Hairy Beast by Sue Whiting stars Pearly Woe who is a worrier. She worries about everything, especially that she’ll never be brave enough to become a member of the top-secret group of stealth adventurers – The Adventurologists’ Guild. Find out more about this fast-paced junior fiction adventure.
Two Kiwi dads created SquareOne - a free app that helps kids connect the dots between earnings, spending, and saving money. We asked Claudia and her 8-year-old son Jaxon to give this new app a test run. Find out what they thought.
Nothing extraordinary has ever happened to Billy Smith. But when a TV crew turn up at his school, his life is turned upside down. What would you do if everyone suddenly knew your name? The Boy Who Got Accidentally Famous is the laugh-out-loud new blockbuster by million-copy bestselling author, David Baddiel.
The Tale of the Tiny Man is a classic picture book from Sweden with a very happy ending about feeling lonely and finding friends. It is possible, after all, to have more than one friend! Packed full of emotion, this hardback picture book teaches young children how to make and share friends, and about feelings of self-esteem and empathy.
What if you found a perfect world - but no one believed you ...? When 12-year-olds Willa and Manny are swept into an alternative, ideal world - one where disease, pollution and war have been conquered decades ago - no one believes them. Find out if they can beat the race against time to prove that a World Without War can exist.
Olive is sure she'll have the best time at camp with her friend Willow - but while Olive makes quick friends with the other campers, Willow struggles to form connections and latches on to the only person she knows - Olive. Find out how the girls
Get ready to welcome the most extraordinary penguin into your own home… Perfect for all readers from 7 to 70, Einstein the Penguin introduces an unforgettable new character in a future-classic and fantastically funny debut for all the family to enjoy. Find out what our kid reviewer thought of Einstein!
Olive wants to get in on the act ... ANY act! Olive "clicks" with everyone in the fifth grade - until one day she doesn't. Find out if Olive can find her place, and what our kid reviewer Nina thinks of this insightful story about navigating friendships.
In Rabbit, Soldier, Angel, Thief, award-winning writer Katrina Nannestad transports us to Russia and the Great Patriotic War and into the life of Sasha, a soldier at only six years old. Find out what Kids Reviewer April thought of this moving story.
Spellbound Ponies: Dancing & Dreams is the latest in Stacey Gregg’s series of enchanting stories, taking the reader on magical pony adventures. The ponies of Pemberley Stables have been bound by magic and each of them is trapped in time. Can two brave girls help get them back?
Suitable for readers in the 8 to 12 year age group, How I Became a Dog Called Midnight by Ben Miller is an exciting read about a boy and a dog swapping places. See what our reviewer Connor thought about this fun story.
A follow-up to the internationally successful 'The Mapmakers’ Race' - the Santander children are drawn into a community’s rebellion against a despot and use their mapping skills to avert an environmental scam. Find out more and read the first chapter.
Gary Yorkshire was your perfectly average, fuzzy pink pig who loved eating tasty sandwiches, playing video games and hanging out with his friends. Now, he's an unstoppable super-swine hero who boldly fights for justice - find out what happens next!
The sequel to the much-loved and bestselling 'Gangsta Granny' by David Walliams is available now. Find out what she has got up to now!
Set in the snowy northern forests of an imagined prehistoric world, Fireborn is at turns exciting, funny and heart wrenchingly sad. It marks the introduction of an unstoppable new voice in children’s storytelling.
A chilling take on the opioid epidemic by the New York Times bestselling Neal Shusterman and his son Jarrod Shusterman. Suitable for 14 years plus.
The fourth in the modern-classic and bestselling book-wandering series for ages eight to twelve that celebrates all that is best in life: books, adventure, friendship – and cake.
The audacious and captivating Hattie and her best friend Linda navigate the social politics of their first school years in the funny, illustrated chapter book Hattie + Olaf, ideal for young readers.