Who done it?
I AM WINTER by Denise Brown
Can you solve the crime in time?
Longlisted for The Diverse Book Awards 2022
When Summer’s best friend Cee dies from cardiac arrest after both girls have taken pills, the accusations on social media begin, but as the bullying intensifies, Summer grows closer to revealing the secret both families are harbouring.
IT ALL STARTED WITH A LIE by Denise Brown
Who said you can trust family?
When Pearl discovers a newspaper clipping showing a picture of her dad holding the baby he found abandoned outside a hospital, it sets off a chain of events of betrayal, obsession, murder. And it all started with a lie.
Mental Health Awareness in ethnic communities
BEING AMANI by Annabelle Steele (Hashtag BLAK)
A perfect reflection of Black girls smiling through their pain
Shortlisted for The Diverse Book Awards 2022
Top 30 Fiction on Teen & Young Adult Mental Health, Depression and Physical & Emotional Abuse
Top 50 Fiction books About Being A Teen
It's been over a year since that night and for Amani, the details are becoming a blur. All she knows for sure is she doesn't want to end up like her parents. So, when she moves to a new city, she gets to start all over again. Amani wants to focus on her new life but she is looking for happiness in all the wrong places. Then a face from her past comes back and Amani has to remember everything she has tried to so hard to forget.
HIJAB AND RED LIPSTICK by Yousra Imran
A beautiful Coming of Age story about a mixed Muslim teenager
Longlisted for The Diverse Book Awards 2021
Top 3 Amazon bestseller for Islamic Fiction for Young Adults
Number 6 in Teen/YA Physical & Emotional Abuse Fiction
Top 50 Teen & Young Adult eBooks
'Hijab and Red Lipstick is a story that needs to be read by women and feminists'
Teefa & her Books
Being a teenager isn't easy. All Sara wants to do is experiment with make-up and hang out with friends. It doesn't help when you have a super-strict Egyptian dad who tells you that everything is "haram" a.k.a. forbidden. But when her family move to the Arabian Gulf, it feels like every door is being closed on Sara's future. Can Sara find her voice again? Will she ever be free?