Books »Young Adult

1 2 3 4 5 6 next »

  • Remembered by Heart

    by Sally Morgan

    ‘You can’t change the past, but you can live a different future.’ Bronwyn Bancroft

    ‘These stories are powerful: sharing pain, humour, grief, hope and pride. Pride in family, community and survival. Pride in being Aboriginal.’ Sally Morgan

    From life in the desert to growing up on a mission, enduring devastating policies in the 1930s to bravely…Read more »

    Coming Soon

  • Hatched

    by Tim Winton with illustrations by Shaun Tan

    ‘It’s a great pleasure to see young people exercising their storytelling instincts. During the twenty years in which the award has been given in my name I’ve had the privilege of witnessing this stubborn, lovely impulse as it lives on in a new generation. Whether they’re writing feverish fantasy or gritty realism these young writers are coming…Read more »

    Price $14.99 Add to cart

  • The Mimosa Tree

    by Antonella Preto

    It’s the summer of 1987 and Mira is beginning her first year at uni. She’s got a radical new haircut, and an all-black wardrobe — she should be having the time of her life.

    But it’s hard to get excited about anything when you’re being smothered by your crazy Italian family, enrolled in a course you’re not interested in, and expecting…Read more »

    Price $19.99 Add to cart

  • Creepy & Maud

    by Dianne Touchell

    Hilarious and heartbreaking, Creepy & Maud charts the relationship between two social misfits, played out in the space between their windows.

    Creepy is a boy who watches from the shadows keenly observing and caustically commentating on human folly.

    Maud is less certain. A confused girl with a condition that embarrasses her parents and assures…Read more »

    Price $19.99 Add to cart

  • Have you seen Ally Queen?

    by Deb Fitzpatrick

    Ally Queen, aged fifteen, is the new kid in a very small town. Uprooted from her comfortable city life and dumped in ‘hicksville’ she’s trying to find her place amongst the bogans, the surfies and the spinach-munching hippies.

    Life is tough when your closest friend is miles away and deep and meaningful conversations are restricted to the length…Read more »

    Price $19.95 Add to cart

  • Have you seen Ally Queen? ebook

    by Deb Fitzpatrick

    Ally Queen, aged fifteen, is the new kid in a very small town. Uprooted from her comfortable city life and dumped in ‘hicksville’ she’s trying to find her place amongst the bogans, the surfies and the spinach-munching hippies.

    Life is tough when your closest friend is miles away and deep and meaningful conversations are restricted to the length…Read more »

  • Dress Rehearsal

    by Zoe Thurner

    ‘This term we’ve had a bank robbery, an abduction and this crazy show. You kids are running wild, Lara. It’s too much.’

    Lara Pearlman has an appetite for life.

    She loves acting, vintage clothes and her best friend Oggy. She flirts with Nathan but really likes Blake. She devours muffins with cream and chocolates by the box. Lara’s mum…Read more »

    Price $19.95 Add to cart

  • Dress Rehearsal ebook

    by Zoe Thurner

    ‘This term we’ve had a bank robbery, an abduction and this crazy show. You kids are running wild, Lara. It’s too much.’

    Lara Pearlman has an appetite for life.

    She loves acting, vintage clothes and her best friend Oggy. She flirts with Nathan but really likes Blake. She devours muffins with cream and chocolates by the box. Lara’s…Read more »

  • Spinner: A Novel

    by Ron Elliott

    A simple boy with an amazing gift.
    A promise to a dying man.
    And a nation that wants to believe.

    Can a twelve year old boy be the hero his country needs?

    David Donald is a 12-year-old boy with an amazing bowling arm. He’s a spinner who becomes the stuff of legend. His guardian, Uncle Michael, is also a spinner — a great Australian…Read more »

    Price $24.95 Add to cart

  • Wavelength

    by A.J. Betts

    Oliver’s world has shrunk. It’s all about Year 12 finals. It’s about that magic 80% average he needs to get into uni, get his dream job and get cashed up. If only he can find a quiet place to study – away from the chaos and mess of living with two small kids and his Mum’s booming muffin business.

    A study break in a small coastal town seems…Read more »

    Price $17.95 Add to cart

1 2 3 4 5 6 next »

From the Catalogue

Light Horse Boy shortlisted for Book of the Year

Albany-based author Dianne Wolfer was shortlisted twice today for the 2014 Children’s Book Council of Australia’s Book of the Year Awards. Read all about it!