YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A YOUNG ADULT PRIZE PACK VALUED AT $200!
Looking for a new book for the school holidays? We’re giving you the low-down on the latest must reads that will keep you entertained all summer long.
These reads are perfect for young adults – from the thoughtful and honest prose of Eliza Henry Jones, to the utterly wonderful not-incredible-but-not-entirely-basic-fifteen-year-olds protagonists of Nothing.
To be in the running to win the prize pack, tell us in 25 words or less, which Young Adult book you are looking forward to reading this summer and why.
Australian entrants only. Terms and Conditions can be found here. By entering this competition, you agree to the terms and conditions. Competition ends 5:00pm AEDT on Thursday 2 November 2017.
This competition is now closed. Congratulations to our winner C.Vlaski!
Check out these YA books!
REMIND ME HOW THIS ENDS BY GABRIELLE TOZER
An utterly relatable boy-meets-girl-again story about friendship,
love, loss and finding your way home.
Nothing by Annie Barrows
Charlotte and Frankie don’t have magical powers, or fight aliens, or discover they are royal. They just go to school. And live at home.
With their parents. But it turns out being fifteen in the real world isn’t as boring as they thought. It’s funny, heartbreaking, silly and complicated.
Unrequited by Emma Grey
A modern-day twist on Prince Charming searching for his Cinderella, this hilarious coming-of-age romance has it all; a feisty and brave heroine, cute boys, big dreams and plenty of drama.
The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand
With a Christmas in New York setting and a winning combination of romance, humour and charm, this re-imagining of the classic story ‘A Christmas Carol’ is sure to bring on all the feels these holidays.
P is for pearl by eliza Henry Jones
Small town life is never easy, particularly when awful things have happened to your family. But with the help of her friends, and the unexpected interest of a new boy in town, Gwen starts to accept that like the most beautiful pearl, life isn’t perfect.