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The Formal

by Kate Harmon

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Out of the Blue

by Val Rutt

An unforgettable story of first love in World War II‘I'm not going to be able to see you for a while, Kitty. I have a couple of days' leave and then I'll be gone.' Kitty felt her stomach turn. A few minutes...


Tessa In Love

by Kate Le Vann

A fabulous story – I couldn’t put it down.’ Wendy Cooling, children’s books consultantWolfie was totally scruffy . . . and totally sexy. It wasn’t love at first sight, because I’d been aware of him...


Does Snogging Count as Exercise?

by Helen Salter

In the back of my rough book I wrote a list of hurdles I needed to overcome in order to meet Luke and some of his friends in town for an almost-date type situation. Writing the list had the added advantage of...


A Mystery for Megan

by Abi Burlingham

Megan was nine and there were lots of things she knew – especially that if you got bored you should use your imagination. But there were also lots of things that Megan didn’t know until she went to Buttercup...


Soul Love

by Lynda Waterhouse

When Jenna refuses to reveal the truth behind her exclusion from school, she is sent away for the summer to stay with her aunt in a sleepy countryside village.

It’s here that she meets Gabriel, who seems so...


Me Myself Milly

by Penelope Bush

What happened to Milly last summer? She can't talk about it. Instead, she's writing in her journal. About growing up in the shadow of her twin sister, Lily. About the American boy who's moved in upstairs. (There's...


Simply Irresistible

by Jennifer Banash

in her high rise. She's climbing the social ladder, to the dismay of her neighbor and rival, Madison Macallister. And Casey could end up as popular as Madison now that the two are set to star in their own reality...


Death in the Devil's Den

by Cora Harrison

Alfie and his gang are on a dangerous mission.

Spying on a Russian secret agent, they must be quick, clever and totally invisible. But when the Russian is found dead, Alfie faces the greatest threat of his life...


Viper's Nest

by Isla Whitcroft

Sixteen-year-old Cate Carlisle is staying with her mother in Los Angeles. She’s looking forward to a holiday of swimming and sunshine. But then her friends go missing from an archaeological dig in Mexico –...


The Summer of Telling Tales

by Laura Summers

There are two ways to keep a secret: silence or lies

I can feel the anger bubbling up inside me. 'Grace, we've got a brand new life now. We can be anyone we want.'

'So what happens when your new friends find out...


Secret Schemes and Daring Dreams

by Rosie Rushton

What would happen if Jane Austen’s EMMA was set in the twenty-first century?

Emma Woodhouse is a caring, considerate sort of girl who is well aware of her own good fortune and talent for getting the best out...


Rain

by Kate Le Vann

I remember Sarah. She was funny and happy and her voice went croaky when she was excited. I loved her more than anything. But she died before I ever really knew her: she was twenty-six. She was my mother.

Rain...


The Last Act

by Laura Ellen Kennedy

I stepped out from the deep shadows in the wings and on to the stage. The others turned to look at me. Was it excitement or a renewed bout of nerves making me dizzy? I tried to speak, but the words stuck in...


Starting Over

by Cathy Hopkins

New term, new school – but India Jane isn’t looking forward to being the new girl in year Eleven. Everyone else already has their circle of friends and India Jane feels like she’s on the outside looking...


This Way to Paradise

by Cathy Hopkins

Meet India Jane. Known to her friends and big, chaotic family as Cinnamon Girl. Born in India, she’s lived all over the world. But what she really wants is to stop travelling and have a real home.

Just when...


What Should I Feed My Baby: Introducing Your Child To Life-long Healthy Eating

by Pure Ebba

What should I feed my baby? is a simple but thorough guide for parents who want to introduce their baby to wholesome and nutritious food right from the start. Even if you are not skilled in the kitchen you will...


Do Secrets Count As Sabotage?

by Helen Salter

‘You’ve got that dreamy look on your face again,’ warned Poppy on the bus home from school. I needed to sort that out, otherwise I would accidentally slip into it at home and my Mum would find out I was...


Ipods in Accra

by Sophia Acheampong

Makeeda’s plans for the summer holidays are falling apart! It’s suddenly announced that she’s going on a trip to visit her relatives in Ghana – and then she splits up with her boyfriend Nelson. Can things...


The Deadly Fire

by Cora Harrison

Alfie has decided to learn to read at St Giles Ragged School. But the school is set on fire and idealistic teacher Mr Elmore perishes in the flames. Alfie and his gang are certain that this was no accident and...