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Name: David Cratloe
Message:What was your scariest book you wrote?
Dated:Tue Mar 7 14:06:07 2006  

Name: Robert 2 nd class
Message:To Cora
What was your first book you wrote?
From Robert.
Dated:Tue Mar 7 13:57:15 2006  

Name: Aoife 2nd class Cratloe
Message:I love your books.
From Aoife.
Dated:Tue Mar 7 13:13:24 2006  

Name: Lauren, 2nd class, cratloe
Message:Dear Cora
Thank you for coming to the school.
I think your books are great.
From Lauren.
Dated:Tue Mar 7 12:31:35 2006  

Name: Aoife, 2nd class, Cratloe
Message:Dear Cora
Thank you for coming to our school.
Your books are very good to read.
Dated:Tue Mar 7 12:22:38 2006  

Name: Orla 2nd class, Cratloe scho
Message:Dear Cora
I think your books are very good.
I have read one of your books-Wolf in the
midnight forest.
Thank you for coming to the school.
From Orla
Dated:Tue Mar 7 12:09:24 2006  

Name: Siobhan
Message:I've read every single one of the Drumshee books and Gorgous. I own that one and I own 12 of the 17 Drumshee books. I've read the others from the library and I would love to own them. I keep rereading the Drumshee books. They're my favourites.
Dated:Tue Mar 7 09:44:44 2006  

Name: Aoife
Message:Hi Cora Ihavn't been on for a while.My big sis (Ciara) has got hooked on MSN so that takes up most of our internet time.There are now 3 Aoifes!
Clare:Have u red all Cora's books?
SEE YA EVERY BODY!!Aoife
P.S.might not be on for a while
Dated:Mon Mar 6 19:19:45 2006  

Name: Nicole ST John's cratloe schoo
Message:No Cora I'm not in the same class as Michelle
why?
Dated:Mon Mar 6 18:29:36 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Michelle: If you would like to do a play of 'Gorgeous' - ask your teacther - I could send you the book by email to the school and you could pick out the speaking parts. It could be an interesting project if your teacher agrees.

Nicole: are you in the same class as Michelle?
Dated:Mon Mar 6 18:21:36 2006  

Name: Michelle-Cratloe N.S
Message:I dont know any film directors personally but I could suggest some actresses.There are 8 girls in my class and we could be the 8 girls in the movie.That would be funny.When you came to our school I was Fern.
Dated:Mon Mar 6 15:26:20 2006  

Name: Nicole ST John's cratloe schoo
Message:DEAR Cora I think that treachery at midnight
is your best book too!
Dated:Mon Mar 6 08:38:51 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Nicole: I think that 'Treachery at Midnight' is my best book. What do you think?
Michelle,Shane,Alan,Rachel - C :I'm delighted you enjoyed my visit. I thought it was a lovely school.
I would love if 'Gorgeous' was made into a film. If you know any film directors you could suggest it!


Dated:Sun Mar 5 18:22:10 2006  

Name: Michelle,Shane,Alan,Rachel - C
Message:Hi Cora,
We loved it when u came 2 r school on Thursday
Michelle:I am in 5th class.
I was really interested in the murder at Drumshee and murder strikes again books.Our mum is going 2 look out for 4 of ur books I cant wait until Twice as Gorgeous comes out.Im going 2 get the 2 gorgeous books bcos my friends Gillian and Sophie read it and said it was a brilliant book.You should make Gorgeous into a movie .It would be great.
Dated:Sun Mar 5 16:43:00 2006  

Name: Nicole ST John's cratloe schoo
Message:Dear Cora on Saturday I bought 2 of you're
book's I got Drumshee Chronicles murder
strikes again and Drumshee Chronicles
treachery at midnight. I absolutely love them!
Dated:Sun Mar 5 11:58:26 2006  

Name: American Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
Actaully, I haven't, but I want to. Every time I go to the library with my mom I forget to check it out.
Dated:Sun Mar 5 01:20:10 2006  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi bridget: I meant to ask you what books you do for English literature. have you read 'To Kill a Mocking Bird'?
Dated:Sat Mar 4 19:52:37 2006  

Name: Claire from Cork
Message:Hi American Bridget: It's great hearing from you - I know it sounds stupid but I always get a thrill when I hear from someone so far away. I wonder would you put the next bit of the story on - that's if you are not too busy - just choose a place where the map could detail - I have this idea about the map. I will continue on then.

Hi Aoife: You will enjoy A Life for a Life. I loved it and I keep going back for historical detail about dresses and hairstyles and everything.
Dated:Sat Mar 4 19:01:48 2006  

Name: American Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
Actually, most of Idaho was open territory inthe 1840s. It wasn't until about seventy or eighty years ago that major towns started popping up.
Dated:Sat Mar 4 17:00:38 2006  

Name: Aoife Flanagan
Message:No, I haven't read that book but it sounds very interesting so I will see if it is in the library! I would like to know if you have any new books coming out soon. I think the writers who put there stories on the story board are REALLY good at writing the story, I read it a while ago and I thought it was brilliant so far. I really love historical novels. I think they make history so much easier to understand and life in the old days sound tough at times but other times I think I would quite like to live in the old days. But there would be no electricity or telly or anything like that.
Dated:Sat Mar 4 16:57:49 2006  

Name: Claire from Cork
Message:Hi Cora: I put some more onto the story.

Hi American Bridget: I was going to write some more but then I realised that I knew nothing about Idaho. Is there somewhere there that might have been wild open territery back in the 1840s. I had an idea that this piece of paper might be a map.
Dated:Sat Mar 4 15:58:31 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife: Yes, I remember coming to your school and I remember the room with the green floor. It was a lovely sunny day and it seemed as if the room was part of the garden. Glad you like my books. Have you read 'A Life for a Life?' that is about the battle of Dysart O'Dea and is set in the Ruan/Corofin area - not too far from your school.

Sophie and Gillian: I asked had you read 'Gorgeous' because I was thinking that Mrs Morgan didn't make things any better for Ann.
Dated:Sat Mar 4 15:41:33 2006  

Name: gillian and sofy
Message:yes its the best
Dated:Sat Mar 4 14:31:26 2006  

Name: Aoife Flanagan
Message:Hello Cora, my name is Aoife Flanagan. I go to school in Lough Cutra N.S. You came there a couple of years ago to open our reading room, (the on with the green floor). I am in 6th Class. I loved your book 'Gorgeous' and I love the Drumshee books. My favourite is the 'Famine Secret.' I read a lot of books.
Dated:Sat Mar 4 13:00:34 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sophie & Gillian: I think if I were you, I would give it a try - particularly if you have a good relationship with your teacher. However, if it doesn't work, then you should explain to your teacher why it isn't working. I think it is true that you can never force anyone to be friendly with another person. Friendship has to be a matter of choice. By the way, have you read 'Gorgeous'?

Roisin: Let me know how you get on with the book.
Dated:Fri Mar 3 20:46:00 2006  

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