Fiction - Young Adult

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  • Dan Versus Nature

    By Don Calame

    Hardback, AUS $24.99, NZ $27.99
    From screenwriter Don Calame comes another outrageously funny and raunchy tale of teen boys whose plans go awry — this time, on a survivalist camping trip.

  • Danger by Moonlight

    By Jamila Gavin
    Illustrated by Suzanne Barrett

    Paperback, AUS $13.99, NZ $15.99
    Journey into the East with Whitbread Award-winning Jamila Gavin in this historical adventure for junior readers.

  • Daughter of the Flames

    By Zoe Marriott

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    A sweeping fantasy chronicling a courageous girl's fight for freedom and love in a world ravaged by war and religious fanaticism. eBook available.

  • Daughter of the Wind

    By Suzanne Fisher Staples

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    Twelve-year-old Shabanu lives in the desert in Pakistan. She is already engaged but dreams of independence, and after tragedy strikes, she must choose which path to take.

  • Daughter of Winter

    By Pat Lowery Collins

    Hardback, AUS $29.99, NZ $34.99
    As the ground of her past shifts, a girl finds her way to an unexpected future in this compelling historical novel about survival and strength.

  • Daylight Saving

    By Edward Hogan

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    A brilliant thriller ghost story by a new name in teenage fiction.

  • Deadville

    By Ron Koertge

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $31.99
    Ron Koertge's spot-on repartee highlights the wry, poignant tale of a teen who is numbed by loss but finds an unusual route to reclaiming his life.

  • Don't Lie to Me, Robbie Wilkins

    By Michelle Gayle

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    Welcome to the hilarious diary of seventeen-and-a-half-year-old Remy Louise Bennet, NVQ, GCSE (Eng lang A), (wannabe) WAG!

  • Don't Shoot!

    By Michael J. Rosen

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $21.99
    "This is a rich and provocative story." — School Library Journal

  • Down Sand Mountain

    By Steve Watkins

    Hardback, AUS $29.99, NZ $35.99
    In a tale full of humor and poignancy, a sheltered twelve-year-old boy comes of age in a small Florida mining town amid the changing mores of the 1960s.

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