A timely and honest coming-of-age story that explores the complicated relationship between identity, culture, family, and love. Main character Zara must face Islamophobia and prejudice and navigate falling in love for the first time...
Barney's a shoo-in for LGBTQ+ Society President at the school club's next election. But when the vote is opened up to the whole student body, who will win? A riotously funny look at - and heartfelt celebration of - queer students everywhere organizing to make a difference.
Set over the course of four days at a music festival, the novel features strangers Toni and Olivia, who meet and realise that the music is more than just a way out; it's a way through... if they are brave enough to face it together.
Freddie is unremarkable - too unremarkable. He decides to follow a new, proactive philosophy designed to transform his social and romantic life: saying 'yes' to every opportunity. It works! He's becoming a whole new Freddie. But he soon learns that sometimes getting things wrong is part of figuring out what - and who - you really want.
King's older brother, Khalid, has died, and grief is tearing the family apart. It would be easier if King could talk with his best friend, Sandy, but Khalid had told King to end the friendship. "You don't want anyone to think you're gay too, do you?" When Sandy goes missing, King's secrets start piling up beyond what he can bear.
"Allow me to introduce you to a remarkable book, full of love, wonder, hope, and the importance of getting to be who you were meant to be. You must read this." - David Levithan, author of Every Day and editor of George. GEORGE is stunning debut about a girl who was born a boy but refuses to let that stand in the way of her dream.