*FRESH* new reads for young adults.
Whether you're looking for the latest fiction, BookTok recommendations, graphic novels or you prefer eBooks and audiobooks - there's always something new to read. Take a look at some of the latest additions below including the 2023 YA Book Prize shortlist. Already know what you want? Search the whole catalogue here.
- The Blue Book of Nebo - Manon Steffan Ros
- Rhubarb Lemonade - Oskar Kroon
- The Luminaries - Susan Dennard
- Heartstopper (collection) - Alice Oseman
- Sad Ghost Club - Lize Meddings
- Medusa - Jessie Burton
- The First to Die at the End - Adam Silvera
- Skulduggery Pleasant series - Derek Landy
- Ravencave - Marcus Sedgwick
- Baby Love - Jacqueline Wilson
And the winner is...
The YA Book Prize celebrates great books for teenagers and young adults. The shortlist is selected by a team at The Bookseller and the winner is selected by a panel of expert and teenage judges, who are asked to pick the book they believe is the best-written and that they would be most likely to share with young adults.
Take a look at the shorlist below and click the highlighted titles to borrow them from the Library:
- Twin Crowns by Catherine Doyle & Katherine Webber (eBook vai the Libby app)
- The Eternal Return of Clara Hart by Louise Finch (eBook via the Libby app)
- Five Survive by Holly Jackson (eBook via the Libby app)
- The Songs You’ve Never Heard by Becky Jerams & Ellie Wyatt
- The Cats We Meet Along The Way by Nadia Mikail (eBook via the Libby app)
- Her Dark Wings by Melinda Salisbury (eBook via the Libby app)
- If You Still Recognise Me by Cynthia So
- The Society for Soulless Girls by Laura Steven (audiobook via the Libby app)
- Kemosha of the Caribbean by Alex Wheatle (eBook via the Libby app)