Lollies 2023 Teen Shortlist Pack


Suitable for 15 - 18 years

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Meet the Lollies 2023 Teen shortlist! From stories about witches to romance, these fantastically funny teen books will make you and your teenagers laugh out loud!

This pack contains:

  • Hexed – Julia Tuffs
  • Not My Problem – Ciara Smyth
  • The Summer We Turned Green – William Sutcliffe
  • You’re the One That I Want – Simon James Green

Product Details

Catalogue number

1045 in UK Primary January 2024



Date published

December 8th, 2022



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  1. allishanks
    on 3 May 2023

    The Summer We Turned Green

    I must admit, the title put me off a bit. I really thought this book was going to be a bit preachy and predictable. It wasn't at all. The characters and the whole bizarre dysfunctional family thing really drew me in. The relationships and how they developed were really genuine. The descriptions of some of the characters and their obsessions were a bit odd and quite funny. The dad's behaviour was worse than the kids which made me laugh. By the time the characters got properly involved in the environmental campaign you were gripped and keen to know how the story would end.

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