Teens on Moon Lane

Written by award-winning YA blogger, Jim Dean (of www.yayeahyeah.com) and with contributions by top YA authors, the Teens On Moon website was launched to give teenage readers wider access to reviews, author interviews and recommendations.

Funded for a year by a James Patterson grant, the project is now an integral part of Tales on Moon Lane's new community interest company; Moon Lane Ink, which promotes inclusivity in children's books.

We are proud to recreate the original content here. Enjoy!

17 Jun 2018

Short story collection is the answer if:

- you are not sure what to read next

- can't decide between different genres

- looking for something good but short.

This allows you to dip into a A fantastic short story collection on the theme of home. The stori...

29 Jan 2018

‘Young, Gifted and Black’ is the celebratory, inspirational book the next generation (and previous generations) have been needing; especially as we need a bigger push for change to increase black representation and inclusivity across all fields. Fami...

15 Jul 2017

We’re really excited to read Caramel Hearts by ER Murray, having heard excellent things about it, so it’s fabulous to have her guest posting today as part of her blog tour. (Don’t miss the rest – check out the full list of sites at the bottom of this...

2 Feb 2017

I’m a huge fan of Maggie Harcourt’s wonderful UKYA romance Unconventional, published by Usborne, so it’s great to have the chance to get her to do a 5-4-3-2-1 post today!

5 – songs that sum up the last novel you wrote perfectly.

I had the radio on quit...

16 Jan 2017

Thrilled to have a double 5-4-3-2-1 here today! One of my favourite authors, Karen McCombie, and favourite illustrators, Becka Moor, have teamed up for a new series from Stripes, kicking off with St Grizzle’s School For Girls, Goats and Random Boys....

12 Jan 2017

Excited to have our first 5-4-3-2-1 of 2017, with Len Vlahos, author of Life in a Fishbowl (published by Bloomsbury), taking part!

Books you’d save from a burning bookcase
(In alphabetical order)

All American Boys by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely— A...

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