Posts tagged 'Young Adult'
Posted 19 June 2017
Optimists Die First author Susin Nielsen explains what it's like writing about mental health issues - and how she gets inside her characters' heads.
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Posted 6 June 2017
Sita Brahmachari reveals the book that woke her up to politics - and how her novel Tender Earth follows that journey.
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Posted 5 June 2017
Chris Riddell reflects on his time as the Waterstones Children's Laureate - including his most embarrassing moment.
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Posted 1 June 2017
This year is packed full of treats, events and anniversaries - find out here what's going to make you love reading even more in 2017...
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Posted 24 May 2017
Inspired by her new novel, the Girl of Ink & Stars author picks her favourite ever butterfly books.
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Posted 9 January 2017
Libraries were crucial in my long journey as a writer, in fact without libraries, I have no doubt, I would have never become a writer at all.
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Posted 17 August 2016
Nat Luurtsema's first ever YA novel, Girl Out of Water introduces us to the book's heroine, Lou Brown.
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Posted 29 July 2016
Ahead of YALC this weekend, author Philip Reeve talks about loving fantasy books as a child, not having a YA genre when he was younger and being inspired by trashy...
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Posted 26 May 2016
Alice might be a character that everyone knows, but you can still find lots of incredible facts about the world of Lewis Carroll.
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Posted 7 April 2016
Some people think reading is very worthy and serious - but there's no reason why a book can't give you a mighty big belly laugh.
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