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The Replacement
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Brenna Yovanoff
This novel is a breath of fresh air in the young adult paranormal genre because 1) this story is not romance-led and 2) the main character isn't female with tortured yearnings. The Replacement has a brilliantly realised male lead in Mackie Doyle that embodies the adolescent angst of not fitting in with peers, of not belonging with their family, that their differences make them a freak. Except that for Mackie all those feelings are fact. Yovanoff has written a story that is new and exciting, and created a richly painted 'otherworld' that is as colourful, abstract and esoteric as a music video for a Marilyn Manson/Lady Gaga collaboration. I seriously, seriously enjoyed this novel, and since I am in the same company as Lauren Kate and Maggie Stiefvater in that enjoyment, I think it's pretty safe to say you will too! - Neil
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Ash Mistry and the Savage Fortress
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Sarwat Chadda
Ash doesn't have high hopes for his summer holiday in India - the heat, the smell, the crowds!? No thank you. But everything suddenly changes when his Aunt and Uncle are killed in a car crash and he is forced to go on the run with his sister, Lucky. Battling demons from ancient Indian mythology and one seriously evil sorcerer, Ash must toughen up, learn the ancient fighting art of Marma-adi and befriend a half-snake demon princess in order to survive. An incredibly exciting adventure, perfect for fans of Darren Shan and Rick Riordan. - Jen
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I Want My Hat Back
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Jon Klassen; Jon Klassen
I’m yet to meet anyone who doesn’t love this simple fable of a bear who’s misplaced his hat. Klassen’s beautiful watercolour pictures are understatedly hilarious and, coupled with the simple dry humour of the text, make for a quick amusing read. An instant classic, I Want My Hat Back isn’t only reserved for the little ones in your life. - Hannah
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Up and Down
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Oliver Jeffers; Oliver Jeffers
Multi-award winning illustrator, Oliver Jeffers warms our hearts again with this sweet little tale about his familiar characters, the boy and his penguin. Penguin decides he wants to learn how to fly and in his excitement makes a very rash decision. Will the boy be able to save him and put everything right? Jeffers' dream-like illustrations make this utterly charming. - Jen
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A Bit Lost
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Chris Haughton
As close to a perfect picture book as you can get, which is probably why it has won so many awards. Little owl falls off his perch and loses his mummy. Fortunately, squirrel has a few ideas about who little owl's mummy could be and steps in to help. Brilliantly conceived characters with great expressions make this book fantastic to read aloud. Take a look inside. I guarantee you will smile. - Jen
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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Harper Lee
Recently and rightfully voted the best book of all time, brilliantly accessible to younger readers – I first read it aged 13 and loved it then read it again in my early twenties and found depths and meanings I just hadn’t grasped before. Devastatingly powerful. - Julia.
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Gone
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Michael Grant
So you're sitting in class daydreaming as usual when the teacher disappears. At first you think it's a trick but then you realise that EVERYONE over the age of 15 is GONE. What I love most about Gone is that you're not exactly sure what it is. Part Golding's Lord of the Flies, where the initial euphoria of no rules gives way to a savage dog eat dog way of life and part Lovecraftian horror where an ancient evil is controlling events to who knows what ends. The characters are well defined, being reluctant heroes with flaws that make them all too believably human, or at least part-human. Gone is a fast-paced, action-packed read which will make you hunger for more. - Sam
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Weasels
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Elys Dolan
If your kids love Dangermouse or the Simpsons then this is the book for them, and you. Elys Dolan's drill-wielding, coffee-swilling weasels are out to rule the world and their attempts to do so will have you all roaring with laughter, again and again and again. Brilliant. - Jasper
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Day of the Assassins
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Johnny O'Brien
This series mixes time-travel and history. In Day of the Assassins Jack discovers that his absent father has created a time-machine in an effort to change the course of the First World War. Imparts historical knowledge by stealth whilst still being action-packed fun. - Sam
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The Earthsea Quartet:
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Ursula K. Le Guin
Every lover of fantasy should read the Earthsea Quartet! It is the kind of book that draws you hypnotically into its world. The Earthsea Archipelago is an ancient land of magic and mystique; wizards and dragons; darkness and light. Excellent plot, believable characters and intriguing twists, the four volumes of the Earthsea Saga follow the story of Ged from childhood as an apprentice wizard to adulthood, when he becomes the greatest wizard of his time. Touching, beautiful, the Earthsea Quartet is one of the masterpieces of fantasy literature. - Cindy.
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Anne of Green Gables
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L. M. Montgomery; Lauren Child
Anne Shirley is the best orphan in all of literature. You may keep your Oliver Twists and Harry Potters, for it is a certain red-haired dreamer on a small Canadian island that wins. While most young girls who dye their hair green, confess to theft, get their best friend drunk and physically assault the most popular boy in school are considered suitable for an ASBO, you will nevertheless find yourself charmed by the irrepressible and loveable Anne with an ‘e’. - Cindy.
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The Iron Witch
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Karen Mahoney
Following great success, with her short stories featured in young adult anthologies Eternal Kiss and Kiss Me Deadly, The Iron Witch is Karen Mahoney's debut novel. And what a debut - this novel is amazing! It explores areas of paranormal storytelling that are both familiar and different, and like an alchemist from her own story, she mixes these elements together and creates a brilliantly realised, and different world. The lead character Donna Underwood is strong, feisty and, unlike many female characters, ready to stand up and fight for herself, and the ones she loves, rather than wait around for a guy to save her. With its mix of fairies, alchemy, love and adventure, Iron Witch is an increadibly enjoyable read that will appeal to veteran readers of the genre, and would be a brilliant first read for those wanting to dip a toe in the ocean of Young Adult Paranormal. I cannot wait for the next instalments in this trilogy. - Neil
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Before Green Gables
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Budge Wilson
Anne Shirley is the best orphan in all of literature. You may keep your Oliver Twists and Harry Potters, for it is a certain red-haired dreamer on a small Canadian island that wins. While most young girls who dye their hair green, confess to theft, get their best friend drunk and physically assault the most popular boy in school are considered suitable for an ASBO, you will nevertheless find yourself charmed by the irrepressible and loveable Anne with an ‘e’. - Cindy
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Good Little Wolf
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Nadia Shireen
 
A charming tale that lightly challenges the idea of the big bad wolf, this comical story will bring back plenty of pleasant memories for the reader - young or old - as it makes reference to the popular 'Three Little Pigs' fairytale. The enchanting illustrations simply add to this wholesome story, altogether making it a wonderful read. - Emily
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Demons of the Ocean
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Justin Somper
This tale is set in 2505, when most of the Earth is underwater and when whoever rules the oceans rules the world. Twins Grace and Connor Tempest become separated in a shipwreck after fleeing their home and are rescued by two different crews - Grace aboard The Nocturne, captained by a mysterious masked vampire, and Connor aboard The Diablo, a notorious pirate ship under the command of the flamboyant Molucco Wrathe. So begins an adventure story which really does have everything - sword fights between rock 'n' roll pirates akin to Pirates of the Caribbean; a brewing Twilight-esque romance between Grace and the young, blue-eyed vampire Lorcan Furey, and chilling memorable villains that would rival any Voldemort.Thrilling, fun and addictive. Makes you want to join the crew and start singing a shanty! - Jen
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Angel
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L. A. Weatherly
When I began reading this book I expected it to be Twilight with angels. I could not have been more wrong, because it is even better. Weatherly's incredibly intelligent writing is fast paced, and cleverly chilling in how easily the sense of serenity and peace associated with angels is turned into something sinister, and through the use of fanaticism of faith, the author builds a sense of intense paranoia akin to sci-fi classics Invasion of the Body Snatchers and The Stepford Wives. Unlike other books in the genre, the relationship between Alex, a teen soldier in a secret war, and Willow a girl with supernatural gifts, is one of equals. Both are strong individuals used to taking care of themselves, but are stronger together when facing their enemies; their relationship also has the refreshing take of Alex and Willow being teens on the run, and because they are in the situation of only having each other to trust and rely on, it made their growing feelings for one another all the more plausible. This is not just a love story, it is also about trust, and belief in what we class good or bad. I thoroughly enjoyed Angel and cannot recommend this novel enough. I am seriously looking forward to the next instalments in this trilogy. - Neil
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