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Wrong Answers Only by Tobias Madden
Wrong Answers Only by Tobias Madden

OUT NOW in Australia and New Zealand (Penguin Teen), and coming October 8th to the US (Page Street YA).

Marco should be at university, studying biomedicine. Instead, he’s been sent to live on a cruise ship in the Mediterranean with his estranged uncle, all because of a ‘blip’ everyone else is convinced was a panic attack. (Which it most definitely was not.)

And even though Marco’s trip is supposed to provide answers – about himself, about his family – all he finds on board the Ocean Melody are more and more questions.

But then his best friend CeCe proposes a new plan: for someone who has always done the right thing, in every possible way, it’s time for Marco to get a few things wrong. And hooking up with a hot dancer from the ship is only the beginning . . .



Teachers Notes are available for download HERE.


Take A Bow, Noah Mitchell by Tobias Madden
Take a Bow, Noah Mitchell

Out now in Australia/New Zealand (Penguin Teen) and the US (Page Street YA).

Noah is in love with his online best friend. Which is a huge problem, for the following reasons:

1. His crush has no idea.
2. Noah only knows him as his gaming avatar.
3. There’s zero chance they’ll ever meet in real life.

So, when Noah sees an opportunity to secretly meet his crush, he takes it. Even though he’ll have to join the cast of a local production of Chicago with his self-obsessed mother. Even though he’ll need to lie to his best (and only) friend. And even though he’ll have to sing and dance in front of actual people.

Because love is worth the risk. And, really, what could possibly go wrong?


Anything But Fine by Tobias Madden
Anything But Fine by Tobias Madden

Out now in Australia/New Zealand (Penguin Teen) and the US (Page Street YA).


Luca is ready to audition for the Australian Ballet School. All it takes to crush his dreams is one missed step . . . and a broken foot.

Jordan is the gorgeous rowing star and school captain of Luca's new school. Everyone says he's straight - but Luca’s not so sure . . .

As their unlikely bond grows stronger, Luca starts to wonder: who is he without ballet? And is he setting himself up for another heartbreak?


Read the exclusive bonus scene (spoilers)

Teachers Notes are available for download HERE.

Underdog #LoveOzYA Short Stories


Edited by Tobias Madden, featuring 'Variation' by Tobias Madden

Underdog is the first #LoveOzYA short story anthology for unpublished Australian YA writers.

#LoveOzYA celebrates the best of new Australian writing for teenage readers. It has grown from a humble hashtag into a movement, reflecting the important role young adult fiction plays in shaping our current generation of readers. This anthology collects, for the first time, some of the tremendous work from the #LoveOzYA community. Featuring a foreword by award-winning Australian novelist Fleur Ferris (Risk, WreckBlack and Found), Underdog celebrates the diverse, dynamic and ever-changing nature of our nation's culture. From queer teen romance to dystopian comedy, from hard-hitting realism to gritty allegory, this brilliant, engrossing and inspiring collection of short stories will resonate with any teen reader, proving, yet again, why there is just so much to love about #LoveOzYA.

Teachers Notes are available for download HERE.


Siblingship Cabaret


A 'how-to guide' for surviving life, parents, and sharing the limelight

Siblingship the cabaret follows the childhood journey of Daniel Assetta (The Book of Mormon, Wicked, CATS) and Chiara Assetta (West Side Story, Good Omens, The Dismissal), two real-life, all-singing, all-dancing, Italian-Australian siblings. Through classic show tunes and a splash of pop music, this dynamic cabaret explores the ‘rules’ that make the world’s most unique relationship work. Siblingship is a show for everyone who ever fought with, told secrets to, stood up for, laughed and cried with, absolutely couldn’t stand—but always loved and could never live without—their siblings.

'The show is beautifully written, brave, thoughtful, endlessly entertaining, and in places, quite moving.'

- Canberra Critics Circle

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