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Emma Hooper

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Books about Places and People. Songs about Dinosaurs and Insects. Research about Pop Music and Robots. Emma lives, writes, plays and teaches in Bath, England, but goes home to Canada to cross-country ski as often as she can.

Average rating: 3.66 · 9,295 ratings · 1,794 reviews · 5 distinct worksSimilar authors
Etta and Otto and Russell a...

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“We're all scared most of the time. Life would be lifeless if we weren't. Be scared, and then jump into that fear. Again and again. Just remember to hold on to yourself while you do it.”
Emma Hooper, Etta and Otto and Russell and James

“You told me, once, to just remember to breathe. As long as you can do that, you're doing something good.”
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“We have good days and bad days. You told me, once, to just remember to breathe. As long as you can do that, you’re doing something Good, you said. Getting rid of the old, and letting in the new. And, therefore, moving forward. Making progress. That’s all you have to do to move forward, sometimes, you said, just breathe. So don’t worry, Etta, if nothing else, I am still breathing.”
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