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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  

Name: Roisin
Message:i will read woif in the midnight mist on wednesday beacause we will be going to the libaray i saw laods of your books in there my friend rebecca read titanic and loved it.do you still have wolf
Dated:Fri Mar 3 20:19:26 2006  

Name: Sophie and Gillian
Message:hi! thanks 4 coming 2 our school yesterday!!! we are in 5th class we are very like the class in gorgeos! there are 8 girls in our and we are each like 1 of the carchters!5 of us hang around with each other and 3 others hang around with each other . but now our teacher is fourse friending us ! what should we do?

Dated:Fri Mar 3 19:15:15 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife, Conor, Eimer and Mark: Thanks for your message. Brainstorming is a great idea. Send me your results, and you might inspire me.

Bridget and Alannah: I have updated your stories and transferred them to the top of the story club board so that newcomers can find them easily. I think both are going very well and are building up to be impressive stories.

Dated:Fri Mar 3 15:05:12 2006  

Name: American Bridget
Message:Hi Roscommon Bridget:
Sometimes it's fun to be on my own, but I do need adult supervision so that I get all of my work done!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 20:10:50 2006  

Name: Aoife,Conor,Eimer,and M
Message:Hi again cora, thanks for writing back. We are already brainstroming on new ideas for a wolf book and we will certinly keep in touch. Oh! yeah M really stands for Mark like in your book!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 19:17:47 2006  

Name: aoife
Message:yes i love dogs and i own one myself.thanks for writing back
Dated:Thu Mar 2 19:03:46 2006  

Name: Roscommon Bridget
Message:Hi American Bridget: It sounds really cool to be studying away on your own. You sound very grown-up.
Hi Cora: I'm going to put some new bits onto the story.
Dated:Thu Mar 2 18:57:57 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Fan of Gorgeous!: Yes, the next book, 'Twice as Gorgeous' is about the transition between primary and secondary and I hope I have put in a lot of the worries and problems that people can have in making that transition.

Aoife, Conor, Eimear and M: I hope you have fun reading the Wolf books. Keep in touch with me and you can send suggestions for the next Wolf book.

Gavin: What sort of a character do you want to be? And which historical time would you like your character to be set in?

Dated:Thu Mar 2 18:54:32 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sophie:I love the dog, and the book!
Stephen: Try 'Murder Strikes Again@ and then you can see if it was Rory the Goldsmith, or the wife, or the daughter, who was the guilty one.
Aoife:Yes, I hope we meet again. Do you like dogs, also?
Dated:Thu Mar 2 18:50:05 2006  

Name: gavin
Message:hi cora my name is gavin. i want you to write a book about ME. because i want to be famous!!!!!!!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 18:21:30 2006  

Name: Aoife,Conor,Eimer Curtin and M
Message:After u talked to our school 2day. Our class (third) decided that instead of reading our school book for the rest of the year we are going to read your wolf books!!!!!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 18:13:14 2006  

Name: Love your Books
Message:Cora, I read your book GORGEOUS (By the way any girls reading this GET THAT BOOK!!!)It is brilliant, but are you going to release any more books with that feel to them, perhaps about the transition from primary school to 2nd level? I think that it would be a very enjoyable read and that your readers would be very keen on this book. Anyway Well done on Gorgeous, its Fab!!!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 18:11:38 2006  

Name: aoife curtin
Message:give wolf a pat from me!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 17:51:57 2006  

Name: Aoife Curtin St. Johns N.S C
Message:thanks for visiting our school today Cora, to be honest I had never heard of you or any of your books but now i wil look for the wolf books everywhere I go.
p.s I hope you visit our school again!!!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 17:49:49 2006  

Name: Stephen Ball
Message:I must confess Cora I have never read any of your books but after the chat we had with you in our school today I want to read one of the murder ones!
P.S. I hope the archeologist comes to excavate your tunnel!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 16:50:11 2006  

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