On 21 Aug, 09:54, Andrew Salmond <andrewsalm...@gmail.com
> I would say that, unfortunately, they've actually ceased the line.
> Critically speaking, I would say they were always a bit of a mixed bag
> and the idea that a line targeted towards teenage girls mainly being
> written by men in their 30's & 40's was a bit strange.
> Something I would highly recommend for girls that feels more like what
> On 10 July, 10:55, Lynne <kookyd...@gmail.com
> > Thank you ladies, that was very helpful! I'll certainly try out
> > Burnout and Emiko Superstar.
> > I should have said that they're for a high school library - sorry.
> > Based on the online previews and some reviews, I wasn't convinced of
> > their appeal to 13 to 15-year-old Glasgwegian schoolgirls, so your
> > advice is much appreciated.
> > I have a small collection of GNs at the moment, which were bought
> > primarily to encourage reluctant (predominantly male) readers. The
> > boys are borrowing but, due to the selection, younger girls are not.
> > The (alt/rock/whatever-you-want-to-call-them) senior girls are keen to
> > read GNs, but I'd like to give the younger Jacqueline Wilson/Grace
> > Dent lot the chance to try something a bit different. Based on earlier
> > advice, I've purchased some Fruits Basket and I'll look into more
> > Manga, but I'd like something non-Manga.
> > Thanks again!