Emily Smith (author)

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Emily Smith is an English children's writer. She has contributed to some children's book series, such as Young Corgi, for a long time[when?] and also wrote her own book[clarification needed].

Published books[edit]

  • The Good Morning Prize (HarperCollins Educational, 1996)[1]

Stories contributed to original anthologies:

  • "The Friendship Necklace", Incredibly Creepy Stories, ed. Tony Bradman (Corgi, Oct 1997), pp. 45–62[2]
  • "Across Three Millenia", Sensational Cyber Stories, ed. Tony Bradman (Doubleday UK, Nov 1997), pp. 81–96[3]

Published by Young Corgi Books, a Transworld Publishers imprint, for children ages about 6 to 10 years:[1]

  • Astrid, the au pair from Outer Space (1999)
  • The Shrimp (2001)
  • Annie and the Aliens (2002); hardcover published by Andersen Press, 2001
  • Robomum (2003)
  • Patrick the Party-Hater (2004)
  • Joe v. The Fairies (2005)

Published by Orchard Books, for children ages about 9 years and up:[1]

  • What Howls at the Moon in Frilly Knickers? (2001)
  • When Mum Threw Out the Telly (2003)
  • A Stain on the Stone (2006)

Awards[edit]

  • Gold award in the 6–8 age group of the 2001 Smarties Awards for The Shrimp.
  • Silver prize in the 6–8 age group of the 1999 Smarties Awards for Astrid, the au pair from Outer Space.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Books by Emily Smith". Author Profiles. The Word Pool (wordpool.co.uk). Retrieved 19 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "Publication Listing" (Incredible Creepy Stories, October 1997). ISFDB. Retrieved 19 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Publication Listing" (Sensational Cyber Stories, November 1997). ISFDB. Retrieved 19 October 2014.
  4. ^ "Emily Smith". Author Profiles. The Word Pool (wordpool.co.uk). Retrieved 26 December 2011. 

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