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  1. hi kelly you came to my school today an taught us alot of amazing things i really like the mostly true story of jack thank you for coming to dowling!:-)

  2. Kelly Barnhill, You rock! You came into my class at Seward Montessori and explained about stories. I never knew that the first thing ever written down was a story! It was such a pleasure meeting you and I hope to see you again in the near future. Thanks! Bye!

  3. Hi kelly! I love the book you wrote called The Mostly True Story Of Jack!!!! You are an amazing writer who inspires me to write books!!

  4. I’ve just finished reading your book “The Witch’s Boy” and it was fantastic I loved it. I was just wondering will you be continuing Ned’s Adventures with Áine.

  5. hi, kelly! have you thinking about any translation of your books? one friend wants to buy “Iron Hearted Violet” but she only speaks in spanish.

    P.S. sorry if i made any misspells, i didnt speak in english too but at least i try. you’re awesome!

    • Thank you so much, Daniel! What a nice thing to say. Unfortunately, none of my books are translated into Spanish. I wish they were! Here’s hoping that someday Iron Hearted Violet can be in Spanish. That would make me so happy!

      (Also, your English is wonderful. I speak Spanish, though very badly, I’m afraid. I was too shy to reply in your lovely language. I’m glad you enjoyed the English versions, and here’s hoping that a Spanish translation will exist sometime in the future!)

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