Apple Tart of Hope, The

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Apple Tart of Hope, The

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Part mystery, part sweet romance … Young readers will be hooked from the get-go., PEOPLE, The Best Children’s Books of 2016This novel is gentle and mild but it has hidden powers, too. — Martin Chilton, THE TELEGRAPHThis suspenseful story is vivid with characters, THE SUNDAY TIMESone of Ireland’s most interesting

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Part mystery, part sweet romance … Young readers will be hooked from the get-go., PEOPLE, The Best Children’s Books of 2016This novel is gentle and mild but it has hidden powers, too. — Martin Chilton, THE TELEGRAPHThis suspenseful story is vivid with characters, THE SUNDAY TIMESone of Ireland’s most interesting children’s writers, IRISH INDEPENDENTA moving and poignant tale about the redemptive power of friendship. — bestselling author iof ASKING FOR IT, Louise O’Neill, IRISH TIMESA poignant, unusual contemporary novel — Imogen Russell Williams, METROA big-hearted novel about love, loyalty and friendship from a rising star — The Bookseller, THE BOOKSELLERA layered, morally complex and captivating read — Joseph O’Connor, IRISH TIMES…a wonderful book that will leave you with a giant smile on your face, and a longing for the taste homemade apple tart., THE BOOK BAGI was so absorbed in the moving storyline that I read it in one sitting, Book Babblers

Book Description

Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, this is a contemporary love story about loyalty and friendship and the power of never giving up hope.

From the Back Cover

Oscar Dunleavy, who used to make the world’s most perfect apple tarts, is missing, presumed dead. No-one seems too surprised, except for Meg, his best friend, and his little brother Stevie. Surrounded by grief and confusion, Meg and Stevie are determined to find out what happened to Oscar, and together they learn about loyalty and friendship and the power of never giving up hope.’an original big-hearted novel about loyalty, friendship, love and hope with characters who will really stay with you.’ The Bookseller

About the Author

Sarah Moore Fitzgerald was born in New York in 1965 but grew up in Co. Dublin. She’s a professor of Creative Writing at the University of Limerick. She runs regular writers’ retreats for academics and students in Ireland and internationally.Follow her on Twitter @SMooreFitz

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