Latest from John Millen
The original influencer is as powerful today as when she was introduced 60 years ago
Author of well-received novels ‘Gaslight’ and ‘Seaglass’ impresses with tale of magic and curses.
Younger brothers Myles and Beckett are in the spotlight in teen fiction spin-off.
British writer Gill Lewis tries, with limited success, to link together two narratives of female empowerment
What's the difference between 'quite' and 'quiet'?
Can a ragtag bunch of youngsters steer their spacecraft back to safety?
There is an important difference between ‘to speak’ and ‘to say’
A rich gentleman hires Helena Graham’s father to take care of a Cambridge mansion full of clocks.
Polly and her brother’s short trip to Bangkok didn’t almost happen because of a missing passport but his best friend came to the rescue.
Samsung, the company started by Lee Byung-chul in 1938, is the largest corporation in South Korea today.
International Nurses Day falls on May 12 every year. It celebrates the contributions that nurses make to society.
Sam doesn't want to be a famous YouTuber, an artistic prodigy or an academic over-achiever.
The second in author Nicki Thornton's Seth Seppi series takes places at an isolated lighthouse.
Judith Eagle’s spectacular mystery adventure sees a girl battling on two fronts: finding her missing au pair and saving the delicious cakes that are rotting in Paris bakeries, writes John Millen.
Characters from previous works 'Frost Hollow Hall' and 'Letters to the Lighthouse' make appearances in collection of three novellas set during the Second world war.
The debut from writer and illustrator Jamie Littler is an imaginative trek into a snowy wasteland.
Author Sally Gardner was inspired by an experience as a costume designer working at Copenhagen's Royal Opera House
Tanya Landman's YA version of the story keeps the heart of the original, while making it more reader-friendly.
There is nothing ordinary at all about Artemis Fowl, the Second. At 12, he is already a master criminal, and is highly skilled at creating forgeries
Denis is the happiest person in the world right now. Someone who has been living with him for three months has decided to go back to Spain. The nightmare is finally over!
Aisha and Chi-keung are having a chat. What are they discussing? What’s going on?
Jack, a university student, is going home for two weeks and there are so many people who want to catch up with him ...
Although Henry Ford was one of America’s most successful businessmen, building a brand-new city in Brazil proved even beyond his amazing talents