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Carlie Sorosiak

  • 5 stars across 4 books
    Carlie Sorosiak grew up in North Carolina. She has a master's in English from Oxford University and another in publishing from City, University of London. She is the author of two novels for young adults, If Birds Fly Back and Wild Blue Wonder. Her goals include traveling to all seven continents and fostering a wide variety of animals. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and her American dingo.

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    1st August 2019

    I, Cosmo

    The story of one dog's attempt to save his family, become a star, and eat a lot of bacon. Cosmo's family is falling apa... More

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    3rd September 2020

    My Life as a Cat

    A wise, funny and moving story of what it means to find a family, from the best-selling author of I, Cosmo. Leonard ha... More

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    27th June 2017

    If Birds Fly Back

    Linny has been living life in black and white since her sister Grace ran away, and she's scared that Grace might never... More

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    26th June 2018

    Wild Blue Wonder

    In the summer we all fell in love By the winter we had fallen apart For Quinn and her sister, Fern, and br... More

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