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The Boy with the Butterfly Mind by Victoria Williamson

The Boy with the Butterfly Mind by Victoria Williamson

An absorbing story about friendship and the nature of modern families. Elin Watt and Jamie Lee have almost nothing in common. Elin’s on a ...
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The weird friends fan club by Catherine Wilkins

The Weird Friends Fan Club by Catherine Wilkins

A funny story of friendship and finding yourself that’s perfectly pitched for pre-teen girls. Erin and Grace are about as different as it possible ...
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The House of Light by Julia Green

The House of Light by Julia Green

A moving story of friendship and survival told in beautiful lyrical writing that flows like the sea. Thirteen-year-old Bonnie’s world is just her and ...
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Scars Like Wings

Scars like Wings by Erin Stewart

A moving and inspirational novel that is surprisingly entertaining given the subject matter. 5 stars! It’s been a year since the fire that took ...
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Letting Go Cat Clarke

Letting Go by Cat Clarke

An unmissable young adult book with thought-provoking themes, a gripping teen voice, and an uplifting ending. It’s dyslexia friendly too! Agnes thought she and ...
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Princess BMX

Princess BMX by Marie Basting

A hugely entertaining story about the “most radical princess since Leia”: it’s impossible not to love – and laugh out loud at – Princess ...
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The Pirate who lost his name by Lou Treleaven and Genie Espinosa

The Pirate Who Lost His Name by Lou Treleaven and Genie Espinosa

An original take on a pirate story. This book’s wacky humour that will appeal to children of picture book age. This is the story ...
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Cosmic by Frank Cottrell Boyce

Cosmic by Frank Cottrell Boyce

A stupendous, laugh-out-loud, yet moving middle-grade adventure. Can I give this 6 out of 5? Liam Digby is an ordinary 12-year-old. Ordinary in every ...
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Latest Author Interviews

Victoria Williamson

Victoria Williamson

Victoria Williamson is a primary school teacher with a Master's degree in special needs education. She has worked as a science teacher and ...
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Marie Basting

Marie Basting

 
When Marie Basting was fifteen, she was told by a careers advisor that girls like her don’t become writers. For a long ...
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Julie Pike

Julie Pike

Julie grew up on a council estate, nestled between the forests and foothills of the Welsh Valleys. She is passionate about adventure stories, ...
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Helen Lipscombe

Helen Lipscombe

Helen grew up in South Wales and has been writing since she was little. Often when she should have been practicing the viola, ...
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