Review Crew Teens

Welcome to our Review Crew pages. This is where our super team of teen reviewers will share their thoughts on new and upcoming books and chat about their favourite reads. 

Chosen from over 100 applicants, our review crew are creative, enthusiastic and passionate about books. If you are looking for your next read, why not find inspiration from their recommendations?

#ReviewCrew Niamh’s 24 Best Books of 2023

One of our lovely team of kid book reviewers, 11 year old Niamh, has gathered together her top 24 books ...
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Finding Wonder by Lauren St John, reviewed by Aysha (12)

Finding Wonder is a brilliant book and it should definitely be on your to-read list! The story is about a ...
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Under A Dancing Star by Laura Wood, reviewed by  Farrah (17)

Set in a beautiful summer in the 1930s, Bea, who has grown up rallying against patriarchal conventions of the time, ...
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Friends and Traitors by Helen Peters, reviewed by Aysha (12)

I think everyone should get to read this Fantabulous book (that is not a word I use often). “I absolutely ...
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Lottie Brooks’s Totally Disastrous School Trip by Katie Kirby, reviewed by Emily (13)

This book is Katie Kirby’s fourth book in the Lottie Brooks series and doesn’t disappoint.  Filled with her usual humour ...
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Friends And Traitors by Helen Peters, reviewed by Emily (13)

Helen Peter’s novel, Friends and Traitors, is a thrilling and fast-paced story which kept me turning the pages from start ...
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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, reviewed by Oliver (10)

The Hunger Games is a marvellous book written by Suzanne Collins.  This book is such a thrilling page turner  – ...
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What The World Doesn’t See by Mel Darbon, reviewed by Farrah (16) 

Maudie and Jake’s family is falling apart, with their mum struggling with her grief after the passing of their dad ...
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Hide and Secrets by Sophie McKenzie, reviewed by Rosa (11)

Hide and secrets is an amazing and thought-provoking read that has you on the edge of your seat —permanently — ...
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The Girl Who Broke The Sea by A. Connors, reviewed by Farrah (16)

Lily, who has deep-rooted emotional problems, has an outburst which leads to expulsion from her school. In a desperate attempt ...
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