Usborne Publishing are a market leader in the children’s publishing industry, but did you realise they have a Young Adult section too? From dark romance, historical to suspense, the range that is aimed at 14 yrs+, is celebrating endless fab reviews!

Here’s just a few from the Young Adult Section:


The Manifesto on how to be Interesting by Holly Bourne

Full of wisdom, heartache, and honesty, this tops John Green in my book.”
Never Judge a Book by Its Cover blog

“I’d recommend this book to anyone and everyone.”
Beth Reekles, YA author (The Kissing Booth)

“The banter & bitchiness is UTTERLY ADDICTIVE.”
Non Pratt, YA author (Trouble)

“Probably the best YA novel I’ve ever read, and that’s a strong statement to make.”
Emma Blackery




Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Fall in love with the international bestseller from queen of young adult fiction, Stephanie Perkins. Stephanie has a range of books, ‘Lola and the Boy Next Door’ and ‘Isla and the Happily Ever After’.

“Magical…really captures the feeling of being in love.”

Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments series

“Very sly. Very funny. Very romantic. You should date this book.”
Maureen Johnson, author of 13 Little Blue Envelopes

“A wonderful book that is guaranteed to make you smile and laugh and melt inside.”
Guardian Children’s Books





How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr

How to Save a Life has been named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2011, a School Library Journal Best Book of 2011 and an American Library Assocation 2012 Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults.

“A rich tapestry of love and survival that will resonate with even the most cynical readers.”

“An achingly poignant read.”
The Daily Mail




If you’re interested in seeing more from the Young Adult Range, see pages 100 to 103 of the catalogue.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.