Young Teen Fiction Book Award
Young Teen Fiction Award 2024
Each year young people aged 11-14 who live in, or go to school in Staffordshire are encouraged to read a range of fiction and vote for their favourite read to win a Staffordshire Young Teen Fiction Award.
Staffordshire Librarians have created a top 20 list below of the most popular young teen books published within the last year. Click on the links to find out more about each title or how you can borrow through our online catalogue.
The Crimson Fortress, Akshaya Rama
Postcards from Valhalla, Danny Weston
Twelve Bones, Rosie Talbot
The Door of No Return, Kwame Alexander
Island Whispers, Frances HardingeTher
Nightshade Revenge, Anthony Horowitz
The Soul Survivor, Chris Bradford
The Den, Keith Gray
Secret Sister, Sophie McKenzie
Sweet Skies, Robin Scott-Elliot
Scare Me, Teri Terry
Bite Risk, S J Wills
Bad Influence, Tamsin Winter
Steady For This, Nathaniel Lessore
The Lorikeet Tree, Paul Jennings
Hell Breaks Loose, Derek Landy
Undercover, Logan Macx
Glow Up, Lara Bloom, Dee Benson
A Million to One, Adiba Jaigirdar
Every Gift a Curse, Caroline O'Donoghue
Vote for Your Favourite!
Once you have had chance to read one or several of the titles on the list above, use the form below to choose your favourite by 5pm on 15 March 2024.
Please note only Young People age 11-14 are eligible to vote.
Vote for your favourite book here
Your nominations will form a shortlist of 6 titles which will again be open for votes from 21 March 2024.
The final winner will be announced at the Young Teen Fiction Award Ceremony at RAF Museum, Midlands on 2 July 2024.
If you are a school that is not currently on our YTF mailing list or you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org