Blog Posts tagged: young adult fiction

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Teens' Book of the Month: The Rasputin Dagger

Check out this month's book recommendation for teenagers: a gripping historical novel from Theresa Breslin to transport you to the brink of the Russian Revolution. We have 5 copies to give away!

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Teens' Book of the Month: We See Everything

Check out this month's book recommendation for teenagers: a thrilling dystopian novel by William Sutcliffe. We have 5 copies to give away!

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Teens' Book of the Month: Walking Mountain

Check out this month's book recommendation for teenagers: an epic adventure novel by Joan Lennon. We have 5 copies to give away!

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Late to the YA Party

Think Young Adult fiction is only for Young Adults? Think again. We take a look at five brilliant and varied examples that all ages will love.

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Teens' Book of the Month: The Pearl Thief

Check out this month's book recommendation for teenagers: a historical murder mystery by Elizabeth Wein. We have 5 copies to give away!

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Teens' Book of the Month: The Little Mermaid

Check out this month's book recommendation for teenagers: a beautiful fairy tale retelling in graphic novel form from Metaphrog. We have 5 copies to give away!

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Teenagers with Teen Prize Shortlist

#ScotTeenBookPrize: Win the shortlist!

We can't wait to announce which book has won the prize on 1 March, but first we are giving away a set of this great shortlist. Read on for a reminder of which books are shortlisted and enter to win your own copies!

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Teenagers with shortlisted books

Where Can The Scottish Teenage Book Prize Take You?

The Scottish Teenage Book Prize can lead you to a brand new book group, a digital cross-curricular project and much more. Read on to find out how you can maximise the impact of the prize in your school or library!

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Amanda Curtin

Five Things: Creating a Sense of Place

Author Amanda Curtin tells us what she thinks is necessary to create a sense of place in a novel.

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Inside Authors Live with Marcus Sedgwick

Claudia and Ben from St Aidan's High School write about their experience at Authors Live: Marcus Sedgwick

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