The latest issue of TEEN TITLES (Issue #35) - the lavishly-produced magazine about Young Adult books produced by the City of Edinburgh Council - is the bigges yet: a 48 page issue filled with the usual mix of reviews and interviews (Paul Bajoria, Catherine Forde, Catherine Webb, Mary Hooper) and author factfiles, all colourfully illustrated with large book jacket reproductions.
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I admire the way there is no attempt to cosmeticise the often less-than-flattering adolescent reviews. Here's one boy's comment on the Carnegie-shortlisted Tamar by Mal Peet: "I seriously hated this book. There is absolutely nothing to grab you in the first ten pages. The plot is very difficult to follow. Dull."