Juvenile & Young Adult

New Releases / Page 7

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection

Awards

 

Category

Delete Juvenile & Young Adult

 

In category

Themes (9903)

Fantasy, Magic (3416)

Action & Adventure (2476)

Humorous Stories (1451)

Historical (1269)

Romance (1147)

Occult & Supernatural (764)

Science Fiction (624)

Religious (577)

Tales (472)

Detective & thrillers (469)

Legends, Myths, Fables (439)

Classics (330)

Media Tie-In (311)

 

Age

Early childhood (3)

Beginner reader (45)

Advanced reader (103)

Teen (104)

Young adult (517)

 

Price

All

Free

Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :
OK

 

Language

English (19356)

French (1812)

German (64)

Spanish (2298)

Italian (1433)

 

Protection

All (19356)

DRM Free (448)

DRM (18899)

More options

Swatch Out!

by Chloe Taylor & Nancy Zhang

As the summer ends, Zoey thinks something’s fishy—so she’s making waves! Includes “Sew Zoey” blog posts and fashion illustrations.

In the eighth book of the Sew Zoey series, for Zoey Webber, the end...


Blue Ribbon Summer

by Catherine Hapka

Brooke brings her pony to summer camp in this second book in a contemporary middle grade series in the tradition of Marguerite Henry’s Misty of Chincoteague.

Brooke Rhodes is excited to go to sleepaway riding...


In Deep

by Terra Elan McVoy

Ultracompetitive Brynn from The Summer of Firsts and Lasts craves swimming victory—and gets in over her head—in this irresistible novel from Terra Elan McVoy.

Swim.

Push.

Breathe.

Swim.

Nothing else matters to...


Through to You

by Lauren Barnholdt

Opposites attract—and then complicate—in this romantic, relatable novel from the author of Two-way Street and Sometimes It Happens.

It starts with a scribbled note in class: I like your sparkle. Harper had...


World of Howl Collection

by Diana Wynne Jones

One of the most memorable and irresistible characters in all of literature—the Wizard Howl—is introduced in Diana Wynne Jones's classic fantasy novel Howl's Moving Castle and makes guest appearances in two...


Stick Dog Chases a Pizza

by Tom Watson

In Stick Dog Chases a Pizza, Tom Watson's hilarious follow-up to Stick Dog and Stick Dog Wants a Hot Dog, Stick Dog returns with the same crazy crew. This time these canine friends have discovered a newfangled...


Wild

by Alex Mallory

Cade, a teen raised alone in the wilderness, is thrust into civilization in this modern retelling of Tarzan.

No one knows the forest better than Cade, who has spent his entire life there, foraging, hunting, and...


Close to the Wind

by Jon Walter

A war-torn country . . . a town that is burning. A single ship waits at the port for those who can escape. How can a boy and his grandfather hope to get on board? And will they find his mother before it leaves?...


Shadow of the Wolf

by Tim Hall

A world of gods and monsters. An elemental power rising. This is Robin Hood, reborn, as he has never been seen before . . . Robin Loxley is seven years old when his parents disappear without trace. Years later...


The Spy Who Loved School Dinners

by Pamela Butchart & Thomas Flintham

Izzy is really pleased to have been put in charge of the new girl at school. Mathilde is French, and Izzy and her friends can't wait to show her their den and its moth, and to help her avoid school dinners (also...


Saving Sophia

by Fleur Hitchcock & Jim Field

If Lottie's parents were normal instead of weirdos, she'd never have met Sophia. And she'd never have made that promise. Or run away in a kayak, stolen some beetroot and pretended to be a Star Wars fan. None...


Izzy's River

by Holly Webb & Hannah Chapman

Izzy's walking Poppy's dog, Billy, by the river. It's horrible, all choked with rubbish. Izzy's imagining how lovely it could be when Billy suddenly jumps in the water and doesn't come up again. Izzy knows she...


Why Would A Dog Need A Parachute? Questions and answers about the Second World War

by Jo Foster

Why did the Second World War start? Who had the best weapons? Why were there no bananas? What was Shanks's pony? Why was food rationed? Could you still buy sweets? Why were spies important? Why should you keep...


Young, Gifted and Dead 2: Killing You Softly

by Lucy Carver

After the tragic events of last term, Alyssa arrives back at St Jude's to a school full of freaked-out students. They are wary of her ability to remember every tiny thing they do, and Alyssa's beginning to feel...


Summer's Shadow

by Anna Wilson

Her mother's will states that Summer's legal guardian is her uncle Tristan: a man Summer has never even heard of before. Forced to leave her life in London, Summer moves to Tristan's creepy, ancient house in...


Buckle and Squash and the Monstrous Moat-Dragon

by Sarah Courtauld

This is the story of two very different sisters - Eliza, who longs to ride into battle against villains and dragons, and Lavender, who would give anything to be a pampered princess. Before the end of the story...


Voyage to Valhalla

by Robert Swindells

When Davy and his friends discover the skull of an ancient Briton buried in the woods, they decide to unearth as much as they can of the skeleton themselves before telling any adults. But by the time they have...


Aquarius

by Jan Mark

Viner lives in a land that constantly floods - his skill as a water diviner has led to ridicule. But when he is kidnapped all this changes. His murderous captors force him to work for them in their drought-stricken...


Latitude Zero

by Diana Renn

"I have to run," said Juan Carlos. "You will call? Please? It is very important."

"Yes. I will call. Definitely. At two."

That's what Tessa promises. But by two o'clock, young Ecuadorian cycling superstar Juan...


Plague Trilogy: Watchers at the Shrine

by Jean Ure

50 years on from Come Lucky April... April and David have confronted the orthodoxy - they believe girls and boys should be able to grow up together. They determine to send their son away, to spare him the humilation...