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Little Badman and the Rise of the Punjabi Zombies

Time for another Little Badman adventure. This time, Humza, Umer and Wendy must face The Undead. Welcome to Big School. Humza Khan - aka Little Badman, Eggington's greatest rapper - might have finally met his match. Evil teacher geniuses and giant killer hamsters (see previous Little Badman adventures for details) are nothing compared to starting a new school.

Book Cover for Little Badman and the Rise of the Punjabi Zombies by Humza Arshad, Henry White

Starlet Rivals

A middle grade school story set in the glamorous world of Bollywood: Book One of the new Bollywood Academy series

Book Cover for Starlet Rivals by Puneet Bhandal

The Billow Maiden

Ailsa's mum is ill, not the first time, so they spend the summer with her aunt and uncle. Aunt Bertha, Uncle Nod and their dog Moxie live on an island off the coast, by a beautiful fishing village surrounded by beaches and clifftops.

Book Cover for The Billow Maiden by James Dixon

Some Sunny Day

Set during lockdown, this pitch-perfect story of a football-mad boy shows how doing little things can make a massive difference

Book Cover for Some Sunny Day by Adam Baron

Bad Things Happen Here

A gripping, romance-tinged thriller set on a sun-drenched island

Book Cover for Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow

If You Still Recognise Me

This smart, sunny story of summer crushes, queer romance, friendship, fandom and family reconciliations is a dazzling delight

Book Cover for If You Still Recognise Me by Cynthia So

Some Sunny Day

Set during lockdown, this pitch-perfect story of a football-mad boy shows how doing little things can make a massive difference

Book Cover for Some Sunny Day by Adam Baron

Dadaji's Paintbrush

Discover that bereavement can be a beginning, not an ending, in this beautiful story of one boy's grief when he loses his beloved grandfather. Dadaji loves to teach others to paint, especially his grandson. But after Dadaji passes away, the boy can't bear to use the favourite paintbrush his grandfather left for him.

Book Cover for Dadaji's Paintbrush by Rashmi Sirdeshpande

Neon's Secret Universe

A wonderful knockabout fantasy take on Unicorns from the best-selling author of equally enjoyable books about Mermaids and Witches!

Book Cover for Neon's Secret Universe by Sibéal Pounder

The Week at World's End

Modern history from a master historical novelist

Book Cover for The Week at World's End by Emma Carroll

Marv and the Pool of Peril

When ordinary boy Marvin wears his super-suit he becomes MARV. A superhero with infinite powers. Marvin and his friend Joe are at the brand-new super-spectacular waterpark - Wave World! But despite the excitement, Marv's reluctant to get in the water. Although Marv can swim, sometimes he gets struck by a fear of the water that he calls 'The Panic'.

Book Cover for Marv and the Pool of Peril by Alex Falase-Koya

The Asparagus Bunch

A funny, nourishing novel about three neurodiverse friends navigating life’s challenges

Book Cover for The Asparagus Bunch by Jessica Scott-Whyte

21% Monster

Fun, fast-paced, high-octane action adventure, 21% Monster is a perfect page-turning new series for fans of Alex Rider, Percy Jackson and the MCU generation. When Darren Devlin is arrested for destroying his school with his bare hands, it's not just the police who are after him. Enter Marek Masters, 14 years old, 19% alien, and the most intelligent, most wanted almost human alive.

Book Cover for 21% Monster by P.J. Canning

Dinos Don't Give Up!

Dinah dinosaur superstar shows us how it’s dino-done

Book Cover for Dinos Don't Give Up! by Smriti Halls


A sparkling story of spells and magic made for reading in the sunshine

Book Cover for Spellstoppers by Cat Gray

Einstein the Penguin

Funny family-centred mystery dappled with delightful whimsy

Book Cover for Einstein the Penguin by Iona Rangeley
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Aarti & the Blue Gods

From the author of the Costa Award-winning Asha & the Spirit Bird and Tamarind & the Star of Ishta comes a atmospheric, magical adventure with a stunning twist ...  Read Full Review


Bad Things Happen Here

A gripping, romance-tinged thriller set on a sun-drenched island

Glamorous, gritty and snakily twisty, Rebecca Barrow’s Bad Things Happen thriller is the epitome of a page-turning beach read.   Luca lives on an outwardly idyllic, sun-drenched island that’s plagued by an undercurrent of death. Namely, the unsolved deaths of young women, among them Luca’s best friend. But grief and fear aren’t the only problems Luca’s dealing with. She also suffers with mental health problems and, being “queer on an island where girls still kiss in front of boys for entertainment”, and being “mixed race on an ... Read Full Review

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The Lizzie and Belle Mysteries: Drama and Danger

Expect high-speed action, lavish period detail, complicated friendships and plenty of drama

There’s an absolute bumper crop of brilliant books out this summer, but my pick has to be the first in a brand new series, The Lizzie and Belle Mysteries by JT Williams (June, Farshore). The story is set in C18th London, and centres around Lizzie Sancho, and her friend Dido Belle as they try to find out who is threatening to murder Lizzie’s father, Ignatius, before his debut performance on the West End stage. Expect high-speed action, lavish period detail, complicated friendships and plenty of drama. It’s a fabulously told story- I couldn&... Read Full Review


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