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Emma Carroll

Emma Carroll is a secondary school English teacher. She has also worked as a news reporter, an avocado picker and the person who punches holes into filofax paper. She recently graduated with distinction from Bath Spa University's MA in Writing For Young People. The Girl Who Walked on Air is Emma's second novel. She lives in the Somerset hills with her husband and two terriers.

Genres: Children's Fiction

Emma Carroll recommends
Sky Song (2018)
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Lisa Thompson
"A clever, thought-provoking story."
A Pinch of Magic (2019)
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Michelle Harrison
How High the Moon (2019)
Karyn Parsons
"So many things about this book were brilliant. A beautiful, funny, dangerous tale of growing up in Jazz Age America, How High The Moon is essential reading, full of voices that must be heard. One of the best stories I've read in a long while."
The Unadoptables (2020)
Hana Tooke
"A corker of a story. I loved the writing, the setting, the STUPENDOUS action scenes, how well-paced it was, with such drama, revelations, plot twists and the loveliest of final lines... and one of the most satisfying endings I've read in a long while, with the promise of more in the epilogue. Bravo, Hana - what a book!"
Tinsel (2020)
Sibéal Pounder
"I absolutely ADORED it! A really funny, clever, brilliant play on all the Christmas tropes. It just has to be made into a movie!"
The Valley of Lost Secrets (2021)
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"With echoes of Carrie's War, and Goodnight Mister Tom, Parr brings her own fresh voice to what already feels like a wartime classic. This story is quietly brutal and brilliantly heartfelt. I absolutely ADORED it."
Everyday Magic (2021)
(Alfie Blackstack, book 1)
Jess Kidd
"Everything you'd expect from Jess Kidd, with an especially naughty twinkle in its eye! I loved it."

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