Nova Weetman ‘Frankie and Joely’. A real page turner from Nova Weetman. A summer trip full of heat, freedom and boys and trouble.
Sarah Ayoub ‘Hate is such a strong word’. A wonderful debut novel on race, high school bullies and love.
Melissa Keil ‘Life in Outer Space’. Shortlisted for CBCA Book of the Year, an endearing love story between beauty and a geek.
Sue Whiting ‘Portraits of Cecilia’. A spooky story of revenge and ghosts from popular Melbourne author Sue Whiting.
Isobella Carmody ‘Greylands’. Winner of the Aurealis Award for Best Young Adult Novel. Jack is stuck searching for truth.
Simmone Howell ‘Girl Defective’. Award winning author Simmone Howell is back with a book about growing up and falling in love.
Vikki Wakefiled ‘Friday Brown’. An Honor Book in The Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Awards.
Fiona Wood ‘Wildlife’ Winner of the CBCA Book of the Year for Older Readers in 2014. 16 year old Sibylla discovers love, lust and surviving in the wild.
Kristy Murray ‘The Year it all Ended’. The CBCA Notable Book of 2015 from Melbourne author Kristy Murray.
Alyssa Brugman ‘Alex As Well’. An explosive book from Alyssa Brugman about discovery, gender and being true to oneself.