We're excited to announce the Reading Hack Top Ten Volunteer Reads 2017 These are the books we'll be recommending to the young volunteers supporting the Summer Reading Challenge later this year.
The final selection has everything from compulsive thrillers and ancient Norse myths to poetry on the football pitch and out-of-this world romance.
The Reading Hack top ten
Booked (Kwame Alexander)
Moondust (Gemma Fowler)
The Edge of Everything (Jeff Giles)
The One Memory of Flora Banks (Emily Barr)
I Have No Secrets (Penny Joelson)
One of Us is Lying (Karen M. McManus)
Orangeboy (Patrice Lawrence)
The Otherlife (Julia Gray)
Unboxed (Non Pratt)
Like Other Girls (Claire Hennessy)
You'll find these books in libraries across the UK during the Summer Reading Challenge 2017.
How was the top ten decided?
We asked publishers to send us the new and upcoming books they're most excited about, then young people from Bolton Library, Skipton Library, College of West Anglia, Darwen Aldridge Community Academy and Bristol Library chose the ones they want to recommend to summer volunteers.
Summer Reading Challenge book lists
You can see the book collections for children taking part in the Summer Reading Challenge here.
Visit www.readinghack.org.uk to see reviews of the top ten by the young people who chose the final list.