Bookworm1408: 'I think it's really cool to read a book that's been translated from a different language'
safah: 'Every side of the story – whether there is two or two-hundred sides – deserves to be heard'
Like most kids, Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter were obsessed by poo and dinosaurs when they were younger. They never grew out of their obsession – which led to writing their best-selling books The Dinosaur That Pooped… series. Here Tom and Dougie share the best children’s stories with added poo
Rick’s Greek and Roman crew members of the Argo II have made progress in their many quests, they still seem no closer to defeating the earth mother, Gaea. As dangerous as it is to head to Athens, they have no other option. They have sacrificed too much already. And if Gaea wakes, it is game over… this trailer thrills, the book is out in October
safah: 'Dorothy was a monster. A completely terrifying, sweet-talking, party-obsessed, mean, creepy monster'
tashtastic: 'Meghan starts to see things that shouldn't be there and soon realises why she's never felt like she belonged: it's because she doesn't'
The hilarious tale of a forgotten rabbit has been crowned victorious in our Natasha Farrant screenwriting competition. So congratulations to Rachel Wilson AKA site member Rachie – and her rabbit Biscuit (who was not harmed during the writing of this screenplay)
tashtastic: 'I was kept guessing throughout the whole book. When I thought I knew what was going to happen, I was surprised. I certainly didn't expect the ending…'
The Stinky Cheeseman author dares to take our quickfire interview and tells us about Frank Einstein, his new crazy science series
Papers including handwritten draft of William Golding's most famous novel to be made available to academics and public on 60th anniversary
tashtastic: 'When Cole and Alice lock eyes they share visions; neither are sure of what they are or what they represent'
nellie999: 'I feel that the book moved along too fast and that there wasn't much description in it'
Hardcore Skulduggery fans mean everything to author Derek Landy, and that’s why he’s holding Theatre of Shadows, an immersive theatre event to celebrate the last book in the series – and it’s all happening live on the streets of Dublin
hockey_jess: 'This is an unconventional love story that shows a couple brought together by their love of a band and their desperation to prove people wrong'
The author of Wonder talks to group site members DKH Loves Reading about the inspiration for Wonder, the new Julian chapter and what's next on the cards