Noah Could Never BookRegular price £7.99
Suitable for 14 - 18 years.
“Side-splitting comedy” – The Guardian“
Refreshingly positive…sure to leave you with a smile on your face.” – OK Magazine
Noah’s back, and more bananas! He and Harry are now officially boyfriends, but is Noah ready for the difference? It’s no help that a group of cosmopolitan French exchange students have descended on Little Fobbing – including sexy Pierre Victoire, who seems to have his eye on Harry! Meanwhile, Noah’s paired up with a girl … who, most outrageously, is not even French. But that’s not all: the police are monitoring Noah, and he can’t tell if it’s because
- his dad and secret half-brother, Eric, have made off with his gran’s fake diamonds;
- because his PE teacher is receiving mysterious cash infusions from Russia;
- or because drag queen Bambi Sugapops is hiding out at Noah’s house in the midst of a knock-down, bare-knuckled drag feud.
Will Noah ever catch a break?!
Author: Simon James Green
Troublemakers BookRegular price £7.99
Reading Age: 12 - 17 years.
A Coming-of-age novel about politics that celebrates activism. The main character has been raised by her older half-brother and his boyfriend, who are also central to the whole story.
Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2018
Nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2018
Longlisted for the Branford Boase Award 2018
In three years I will be able to vote and I will still have less power than I did at the moment that I saw that email, which was such a tiny thing but look what happened.
Fifteen-year-old Alena never really knew her political activist mother, who died when she was a baby. She has grown up with her older half-brother Danny and his boyfriend Nick in the east end of London. Now the area is threatened by a bomber who has been leaving explosive devices in supermarkets. It is only a matter of time before a bomb goes off.
Against this increasingly fearful backdrop, Alena seeks to discover more about her past, while Danny takes a job working for a controversial politician. As her family life implodes, and the threat to Londoners mounts, Alena starts getting into trouble. Then she does something truly rebellious.
Author: Catherine Barter