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The year is 2100 and fifteen-year-old Mara’s island is in danger. As the sea levels rise, her home could soon be underwater. It’s up to Mara to lead her community to safety –  and to figure out a way to stop the rest of the planet’s land from slipping beneath the waves.

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Think sci-fi Roald Dahl. Kester Jaynes has just found out that he’s one of the few people who can communicate with animals. When their entire existence is threatened, it’s time for Kester to step up into a wild adventure. This imaginative adventure book, the first in a series, combines action, humour, and environmentalism for a hugely satisfying reading.

 

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In a world with no air, if you want to breathe, you have to pay. In this dystopian novel, three teens with wildly different experiences of the world cross paths. This gripping and suspenseful novel is a page-turner for YA readers looking for sci-fi with an environmental theme.

 

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Part thriller, part sci-fi, this exhilarating YA novel is set in the depths of the ocean, at an experimental deep-sea mining rig. It follows Lily, a teen who’s been kicked out of school for her destructive behaviour. But when she ends up at the mining rig with her mother, her story leads to a shocking discovery.

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