Non-fiction books to help teens understand the world around them
Non-fiction books can be a great tool to help teenagers explore and investigate problems in their lives and around the world.
These fantastic books explore the issues facing young people today - from the demonization of the working class to gang culture to sexuality, while others help explain how the world has ended up where it has.
Author: Alex Frith and Rosie Hore and Louie Stowell Illustrator: Kellan StoverFlip
Author: Alex Frith and Rosie Hore and Louie Stowell Illustrator: Kellan Stover
It's increasingly important for young people to learn about politics and how they can get involved. This engaging book introduces …; Flip
Author: Guy Delisle Illustrator: Guy Delisle and Lucie Firoud (Colour) Translator: Helge DascherFlip
Author: Guy Delisle Illustrator: Guy Delisle and Lucie Firoud (Colour) Translator: Helge Dascher
...a dazzling brilliant book that is subtly political, never heavy-handed and always cast with a fair eye.; Flip
Author: Marawa Ibrahim Illustrator: Sinem ErkasFlip
Author: Marawa Ibrahim Illustrator: Sinem Erkas
This is a book all tween girls should have. Like a chat with a friend with an excellent sense of humour, The Girl Guide is precise…; Flip