Matt Whyman

Matt Whyman

  • 5 stars across 18 books
Matthew Whyman is best known as the agony uncle for Bliss and AOL, and as a frank spokesman on teen and relationship issues. He has written numerous health awareness campaigns, for Radio One, The Health Education Authority and Brook Advisory, and was an advisor on youth issues to the Government's Chief Medical Officer. Matt is also part of the award-winning team at TheSite.org, the UK's leading online info resource for young people, described as 'ground-breaking' by Tony Blair. He is also the author of two novels: Man or Mouse and Columbia Road.
31st October 2019

Our Planet: The One Place We All Call Home

The official children’s book to the Netflix original documentary series, Our Planet, with a foreword by Sir... MoreOur Planet: The One Place We All Call Home

(21 reviews) Review
2nd April 2009

The Wild Washerwomen

'Look out, the wild washerwomen are coming!' Once upon a time there were seven unhappy washerwomen, with far too much w... MoreThe Wild Washerwomen

(7 reviews) Review
2nd February 2023

Our Planet: The One Place We All Call Home

The official children’s book to the Netflix original documentary series, Our Planet, with a foreword by Sir... MoreOur Planet: The One Place We All Call Home

(1 review) Review
4th April 2017

Savages

(0 reviews) Review
5th September 2005

Street Runners

In a bid to escape from a mysterious pursuer, Yoshi takes refuge below the streets of London - and finds a world away fr... MoreStreet Runners

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2nd July 2007

Inside The Cage

Under suspicion for a virtual break-in at Fort Knox, 17-year-old Carl Hobbes finds himself on a rendition flight for que... MoreInside The Cage

(0 reviews) Review
5th June 2014

War Girls

1914: war has broken out across Europe and beyond. Nothing will ever be the same again for those caught up in the confli... MoreWar Girls

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7th April 2016

Bad Apple

A riotous dark comedy teeming with delightfully unacceptable behaviour. Like all good law-abiding citizens, sixteen-year... MoreBad Apple

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