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Settle down with one of these great reads, suitable for ages 9 and over, 13 and over, and 16 and above. What have you been reading? Let us know The Great (Food) Bank Heist by Onjali Q.Rauf, illustrated by Elisa Paganelli (suggestion for ages...

Terms and conditions: Elle McNicoll competition  Please read these terms carefully before entering the competition. Entering the competition constitutes an acceptance of these terms and conditions.About the businessThe promoter of this Competition is Book Clubs in Schools  A registered charity. Registered Charity Number 1185409.The registered address...

When The Sky Falls by Phil Earle, reviewed by Alison Palmer This is a beautifully written story of Joseph finding his forever home in the confusion and chaos of the Second World War. Abandoned by his mother, with his father fighting in France, Joseph is in...

Crown of Crowns by Clara Loveman, reviewed by Tami Wylie "In a kingdom where the ruling and lower classes live and die apart by law, a noblewoman and a commoner make a fatal mistake: they fall in love." Crown of Crowns, the debut novel by Clara Loveman,...

Wonderland by Juno Dawson, reviewed by Alison Palmer This is a story told through the eyes of Alice, a trans pansexual girl who is always on the outside of things at her very posh London school, St Agnes. After she spends a night with the most...

Love Frankie by Jacqueline Wilson, reviewed by Katy Donnelly Frankie is having a hard time. At home, her parents have split up and she quarrels with her older sister. Her mother has recently been diagnosed with MS and is struggling to cope with her job as...

Run, Rebel by Manjeet Mann, reviewed by Graine Milner Amber runs. Her life isn’t easy - her father, tightly controlling, a drinker and abusive, doesn’t want Amber to do anything that might in any way bring shame to the family; her mother, illiterate, works hard and hides...

The Great Godden by Meg Rosoff, reviewed by Dymphna Flynn Every summer in a holiday house by the English seaside our unnamed narrator and their family fill their days with games, laughter, wholesome outdoor activities, and this year, they’re planning a wedding. But this year...