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Name: Sophie Ball
Message:Dear Cora i just want to say i love the book about the wolf love Sophie
Dated:Thu Mar 2 16:41:59 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Nicole: Thanks for your message. I hope you enjoyed my talk. It was a pleasure to come to your school. I forgot to say that I have another book for your age group. It is called : 'Two Mad Dogs'

American Bridget: I think that in this country 'English' covers grammar etc. as well as literature. What literature do you do?
Dated:Thu Mar 2 16:30:22 2006  

Name: Nicole ST John's cratloe schoo
Message:Dear Cora I hope you write more book's for are
age groop by the way i'm in third class!
Dated:Thu Mar 2 16:16:54 2006  

Name: Nicole ST John's cratloe schoo
Message:Hi Cora I just wanted to say thank's for
coming to are school today!

p.s. say hi to Wolf for me!










Dated:Thu Mar 2 16:07:57 2006  

Name: American Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
I'm not sure if it's any different from the Irish English, but in America it's grammar. Literature is reading books or stories.
Dated:Wed Mar 1 04:21:33 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ursula: Have you had time to do any more of your story? Try to do a bit every week, or else it will seem like a big thing to you and you will keep avoiding it.
Kelly: Yes, I did read the review in the Evening Echo. My publisher sent it to me. When I was young and I lived in Cork I used to read the Evening Echo. It's nice to see that it's still around.
Deirdre: Thanks for your letter, Deirdre. I hope to visit some time.
American Bridget: I wondered what was the difference between English and literature?
Roisin: Yes, I remember St Vincents. Have you read Wolf and the Midnight Forest? You should read that first.
Dated:Tue Feb 28 21:24:47 2006  

Name: ROISIN
Message:HI CORA .I REMEMBER YOU CAME TO MY SCHOOL IN CORK ST.VINCENTS PRIMARY SCHOOL OUR TEACHER ONLY GOT TO READ THE START OF WOIF IN THE MIDNIGHT MIST I MIGHT GET IT OUT THE SCHOOL LIBARY SOON I WISH SHE READ THE WHOLE LOT OF THE BOOK
Dated:Tue Feb 28 20:19:05 2006  

Name: American Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
I'm taking Math, History (it is mostly about America),Literature, English, Science, Music, and Art.
Good Luck!
Dated:Mon Feb 27 04:47:12 2006  

Name: Deirdre
Message:Dear Cora
I am eleven years old and I am in fifth class. I would love it if you could come to our school in Callaghan Mills. We have lots of questions to ask you like how did you get the idea of Nuala and Her Wolf and are you going to make movie about one of your books and were you happy about all of your books so far and who is your favourite author.

My favourite book of all is Gorgeous. It was brilliant. It was the best book that I ever read it was so interesting.
Dated:Sun Feb 26 19:10:26 2006  

Name: Kelly
Message:Hi Cora
did you see that Doomed to Die and A Life for a Life had a review on the Cork Evening Echo. I think they are both brill.
Dated:Sun Feb 26 18:22:10 2006  

Name: Ursula
Message:Hey Claire;
Constructions is Like woodwork or even architecture and all. Its really fun doing practical and designing and making projects but the theory is really hard! It has loads of really complicated drawings to learn!
Talk more later
Urs
Dated:Sun Feb 26 13:02:46 2006  

Name: Claire
Message:Ursula: Wow! Construction, that's cool! Is that for engineering. They don't do that in my school.

I meant to say Irish, of course - I sort of forget that as it is compulsary.

American Bridget: What subjects are you studying? What do you do in English - I suppose your history would be different - more about America.
Dated:Sun Feb 26 10:29:06 2006  

Name: Ursula
Message:Claire; That's cool well I picked chemistry,History,Constructions then english, irish maths and german . If you need any advice at a later stage about the subjects I'll help you out! As I know what most of them are about!
Best of luck with 1st Year enjoy it - it really is the easiest of the 4-5 to come!!!!!!!
Dated:Sun Feb 26 00:01:07 2006  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Ursula & Bridget & Cora
Thanks for everything. I was tired when I wrote that but now I'm OK.
I want to do Maths Physics, Chemistry, English, History and French for my Leaving Cert. but I might take another subject as an insurance. At least, that's what I think at the moment. I'm only in first year so I may change my ideas.
Dated:Sat Feb 25 18:37:22 2006  

Name: Fiona
Message:Dear Cora,
I'm from Canterbury in England and my mum is Irish. Everytime we go to visit her relations in Tipperary I read your books. I found you on Google and I am writing to thank you for all the pleasure that you give me. I hope you write back.
Your fan,
Fiona.
Dated:Sat Feb 25 18:24:42 2006  

Name: Joanna
Message:Hi Cora
I'm from Cork and I saw a review of your books on the Evening Echo. I'd like to read them. Which book should I start off?
Dated:Sat Feb 25 18:16:47 2006  

Name: Mary O'Driscoll
Message:hi cora my name is mary and my best friend is fiona beville
i like ur boooks what should i do i am from meelick
Dated:Sat Feb 25 18:15:02 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: Yes, I am just going to put it on the board now.
I think Bridget probably is talking about the title 'The Eye of the Tiger'. It's quite intriguing.
Dated:Fri Feb 24 20:52:05 2006  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Bridget from Limerick: I'm sorry, but I don't really know what you mean. Is it one of my stories that you're talking about?
Dated:Fri Feb 24 15:07:33 2006  

Name: Bridget from Limerick
Message:Hi alannah:
I'm dying to know what the title is to do with the story - cool story, by the way!
Dated:Thu Feb 23 19:48:57 2006  

Name: Ursula
Message:Claire;
Hey Thats really cool to aim so high but you must be finding it really hard! I dont know what I want to do maybe teaching but you never know so until I decide its trying to keep my head in all subjects and trying my best at honours maths! Its really hard. What subjects are you doing ? Well done by the way for trying so hard I'm sure if you stay on top of the class you'll ace de L.Cert!
Dated:Thu Feb 23 18:47:54 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: I've added the new bit on to your story.

By the way, and this goes for everyone, it's a good idea to send me a message when you send something to the Story Club. That way, it doesn't get overlooked.
Dated:Thu Feb 23 18:44:18 2006  

Name: Claire
Message:thaks Bridget, and Cora. You're both probably right. I di get tired and then I get worried. I would love to be a doctor and I get nightmares about failing to get the points. It's very hard in this country. I can only drop about a couple of points on each of six subjects - if I lose more than I haven't a hope. I need to aim at 100% in each of the six subjects.
Dated:Wed Feb 22 22:04:45 2006  

Name: American Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
Sorry about my first message. I accidentaly hit 'Post Message' before I was ready.
Hi Claire:
There are times when homeschooling can be peaceful, but a lot of the time it's kind of crazy. My brother and sister run around a lot.
Actually, I think trying to be a doctor is great. You just shouldn't work too hard.
I'm pretty sure I'll make the grade to be a lawyer. I do a lot of things with other people, so I can see what they're learning and how the schools are different. I don't think your question was rude. I ask things like that all the time.
Dated:Wed Feb 22 21:00:43 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Claire: I don';t know what American Bridget will say, but I think you might be working too hard. You sound tired. What do your mum and dad say?

Aoife: Yes, I remember your school - you are right not to give your full address. Give everyone my best wishes. It's rather nice having twins with the same first letter in their names. They go well together. I know twins called Rory and Robert and I dedicated a book to them called 'I Want a Dog!'
Dated:Wed Feb 22 20:23:58 2006  

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