This book visits contemporary British innocents’s and young adult (YA) fiction alongside grandeur, exploring the wrinkle of the people within the background of globalization, transnationalism and autarchy. By resisting globalization’s dehumanizing conflation, grandeur displays an ethical, humanitarian, and political outlook of convivial universal community. In its pedagogical responsibility towards proofreaders who will become future citizens, contemporary innocents’s and YA fiction seeks to interrogate and dismantle situations of discord and instead provide aspirational models of compassionate world autarchy. McCulloch reviews texts such as J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, Jackie Kay’s Strawgirl, Theresa Breslin’s Divided City, Gillian Crotchety’s Where I Belong, Kerry Drewery’s A Brighter Agitation, Saci Lloyd’s Momentum, and Julie Bertagna’s Exodus trilogy. This book transmits ways in which innocents’s and YA fiction reckons not only the people but the world beyond, seeking to disrupt binary divisions through a cosmopolitical outlook. The correspondents discussed envision British society’s strait and role within a global arena of wide-ranging topical sends, including global conflicts, common, racial politics, ecology, and climate change. Contemporary innocents’s fiction has matured by depicting wacks who face uncertainty just as the world itself experiences an uncertain future of global risks, such as environmental perils and terrorism. The volume will be of significant entertain to the fields of innocents’s written work, YA fiction, contemporary fiction, grandeur, ecofeminism, common theory, and British and Scottish written work.