It's snow time! Laugh your head off with the super-popular Funny Kid series in the new title, Snowballs! Keep reading to find out how to win a copy!
A Sunday Times Best Book for Children 2023, "Only Children" is out now! From bestselling author David Baddiel comes a laugh-out-loud collection of three short stories for readers aged 8 and up with brilliant illustrations by Jim Field and Steven Lenton. Find out more and be in to win a copy!
Discover a world of extraordinary beasts and unexpected heroes in "Once There Was", the dazzling debut from New York Times bestselling author Kiyash Monsef. Find out more and be in to win a copy!
"Batpig: Go Pig or Go Home" is the third book in a brilliantly funny young graphic novel series, with two separate stories in each book. Find out more and be in to win a copy!
Exciting, funny, moving – and featuring joyous and authentic disabled representation – Cosima Unfortunate Steals a Star is the must-read book for 8-12 year olds.
'Besties Work It Out' is a fun and fresh graphic novel series spin-off of the New York Times bestselling 'Click' series, featuring aspiring entrepreneurs Beth and Chanda! Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
From award-winning author Suzanne Leal comes a gripping timeslip novel inspired by true stories. In "Running With Ivan", thirteen-year-old Leo Arnold, yearning to escape the new family he never wanted, is transported to wartime Europe where he must draw on his courage to save himself and those around him. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
"Children of the Stone City" is a thrilling, resonant and inspiring novel about justice, privilege and the power of the young to strive for change. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
The powerful new novel from master storyteller Katrina Nannestad, "Waiting For The Storks", is a story about family lost and found, and the choices we make when we don't have a choice at all. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
"Funny Kid Catastrophe" is the new book in the hilarious, laugh-out-loud children's series from million-copy mega-bestselling author Matt Stanton. Laugh your head off with the super-popular Funny Kid series in this new story where a pet purchase becomes CATASTROPHIC! Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
Kayla Miller, the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator returns with a new Olive story! In the new graphic novel "Crunch", Olive is balancing the too-many things she wants to do with the too-few hours in the day to do them ... When everything adds up, suddenly it’s crunch time! Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
"Pages & Co: The Treehouse Library" is the fifth and penultimate book in the bestselling bookwandering series for readers aged eight to twelve. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers
"Spaceboy" by number one bestselling author David Walliams is a breathless cinematic adventure full of mystery, action, laughs and surprises – and a secret that could change the course of history! Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
"Free Kid To Good Home" is a comic-style chapter book about sibling rivalry and a child’s impulse to run away from home - and come back again! Through funny and lighthearted storytelling, this is a useful book to teach young children about welcoming a new baby sibling to the family or exploring playful sibling relationships. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
"The Ape Star" by Frida Nilsson is a heartwarming and unconventional story about love, adoption, friendship, and seeing from different perspectives. In this award-winning chapter book about prejudice and justice, an orphan girl is adopted by a gorilla who lives in a junkyard and a surprising friendship grows between them. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
Dead Good Detectives is a super funny and exciting pirate adventure for readers 8+ by author Jenny McLachlan. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
"Diamond Brothers Detectives: Where Seagulls Dare" is a hilarious new story about the world’s worst detectives, by the bestselling author of the Alex Rider series, Anthony Horowitz. Take a look at the reviews from our Young Readers.
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.
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.