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Winner of Waterstone's Children's Fiction for 5-12 year-olds Book Prize 2013, shortlisted for The Carnegie Medal 2013 and the IBW Children's Book Award 2013.
Michael Morpurgo is an award-winning and best-loved author and in Out of the Ashes he has created a powerful and moving story that weaves fact with fiction in a compelling way.
Shortlisted for Younger Readers Red House Children's Book Award 2013.
Elen Caldecott's touching and funny story will strike a chord with youngsters caught between warring parents.
From the award-winning Queen of Teen nominated author Chris Higgins comes a new feel-good series, My Funny Family, for young readers aged 5+.
Ballet-mad young readers will love this tale written by debut author and ex-dancer Sophie Flack.
This thought-provoking debut novel offers a perceptive teenager's eye-view of life, love and the universe!
This is an extraordinary story of one girl's courage in the face of prejudice and hardship within a small community in Ireland.
Animal lovers can't fail to be moved by Katherine Applegate's poignant tale based on the real life experiences of a gorilla who was kept in captivity in a shopping mall.
Patrick Ness has created a powerful and unputdownable novel which will move readers to tears. Stunning illustrations by Jim Kay add to the unforgettable impression this book leaves behind.
Overall winner of the Red House Children's Book Award 2012 and winner of the Older Readers' category, plus winner of the 2012 CILIP Carnegie Medal and Kate Greenaway Medal.
Pig-Heart Boy by award-winning author Malorie Blackman is a skillfully-told tale that will grip young readers from 9+.
Virginia Ironside's funny and sympathetic look at childhood worries offers a simple message to anxious youngsters.
Teen readers who love Cathy Cassidy's books will be drawn to the contemporary feel and dreamy romance of Jo Cotterill's Sweet Hearts set.
Annabel Pitcher's story of a family torn apart by the death of a child is clever, insightful and thought-provoking.
My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece was shortlisted for the Red House Children's Book Award 2012 in the Older Readers category and was the winner of the 2012 Branford Boase award.