New books for ages 12–13
Seen from any angle, the Coffin is one seriously ugly pile of stones.
‘Which is better – the book or the movie?’ is an age-old question that we’re just not prepared to answer (although I’m sure you can guess where our bias may lie).
What is it that makes a book gripping? We investigate story structure with Two Wolves by Tristan Bancks.
Lisa Nicol shares the experience of writing what she describes as her most special book, and pays tribute to her friend and co-creator.
In all the years that Elinora Gassbeck had been matron of the Little Tulip Orphanage, not once had the Rules of Baby Abandonment been broken.
Twelve predictions of Christmas-time bestsellers for preschoolers, juniors and teens.