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Sarah Moore Fitzgerald

  • 4 stars across 6 books

    Sarah Moore Fitzgerald was born in New York in 1965 but grew up in Co. Dublin. She is a professor and associate vice president at the University of Limerick in Ireland, specialising in psychology and effective pedagogy in higher education, and has published several non-fiction books on teaching, learning and academic writing. She runs regular writers' retreats for academics and students in Ireland and internationally.

    Follow her on Twitter @SMooreFitz.

    28th September 2017

    The List of Real Things

    A poignant and big-hearted story about love, loss and believing in the magic of the imagination. The fourth nove... More

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    12th February 2015

    The Apple Tart of Hope

    The second sensational novel from the Waterstones Children's Book Prize winner Sarah Moore Fitzgerald. THE APPLE TAR... More

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    16th January 2014

    Back to Blackbrick

    The stunning debut novel from DUBRAYS No.1 Bestseller and SUNDAY TIMES Children's Book of the Week Winner Sarah Moor... More

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    8th September 2016

    A Very Good Chance

    The third novel from bestselling Waterstones Children's Book Prize shortlisted author Sarah Moore Fitzgerald. ... More

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    29th January 2013

    Back to Blackbrick

    'The ghosts in your life don't ever really go away. Every so often they will whisper to you ...Don't worry about it too ... More

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    28th May 2019

    A Strange Kind of Brave

    What doesn't kill you makes you ... stronger? A poignant and gripping story about the power of fear, the resilience ... More

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