Sarah Webb is a writer and former children's bookseller. She is the author of many children's books, including the young teen series, Ask Amy Green, which has also been shortlisted for the Queen of Teen Awards and the Irish Book Awards. Her adult novels include the Irish bestsellers Always the Bridesmaid, When the Boys are Away and Anything for Love. Sarah has also contributed to short story collections, including Moments, and has compiled and edited two charity collections of her own: Travelling Light and Mum's the Word.
Sarah is currently the children's reviewer for the Irish Independent and is on the board of Children's Books Ireland, while being active in events and festivals.
She lives by the sea in Dublin with her partner and three children.
A major, beautifully-illustrated collection of favourite nursery rhymes known and loved throughout Ireland. It inclu... More
When Sanjay gets a bump on his head from the school bully, he wakes up to find that everyone in the playground has tur... More
From boy troubles to wardrobe dilemmas, first dates to embarrassing parentals - agony-aunts extraordinaire Amy and C... More
First in a heartwarming series from Sarah Webb about friendship and family, set on an island. Perfect for readers aged 9... More
A funny, heart-warming retelling of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic story for children, which follows orphan Anne, as s... More
The school play was Noah's Ark and Emma wanted to be a dog. But the teacher said she was to be a penguin. A ... More
The second book in Sarah Webb's heartwarming series about friendship and family, set on an island. Perfect for reade... More
Exam Board: Edexcel Level: GCSE Subject: History First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June... More