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Caroline HickeyCaroline Hickey writes both middle grade and teen novels, including Cassie Was Here and Isabelle's Boyfriend, which earned a starred review from VOYA. She also writes for a popular middle grade series under a pseudonym. She holds an MFA in Writing for Children from the New School in New York City and has worked as a writing mentor for at-risk girls. Caroline lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and two young daughters. She enjoys visiting schools, libraries, and book clubs to talk about both the craft of writing and the joy of reading.


Cassie Was Here (ages 9-12)Cassie Was Here

Roaring Brook Press, 2007. ISBN:1-59643-205-5 (hardcover)

“Hickey's debut book captures the shaky essence of what it's like for an 11-year-old to be shy and desperately lonely in a new town…The book is especially well suited to kids who have moved (or are planning to), but Bree's spunk and quirky behavior will endear her to even the most rooted of readers.” - Publishers Weekly

"An unusually compelling narrator. Tweens will identify with the conflict between her little-girl and cool-teenager selves as well as with the intense ups and downs of her relationship with her older brother...Cassie's presence, and her absence, will leave young readers thinking hard about what it means to be a friend." The Horn Book Magazine

Isabelle’s Boyfriend
(ages 11-14)
Isabelle's Boyfriend

Roaring Brook Press, 2008. ISBN: 1-59643-413-9 (hardcover)
SquareFish, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-312-60273-4 (paperback)

“This excellent read is full of great characterization. The author knows how to take true-to-life characters and set them up for an awesome plot. Teens will love this humor-, anticipation-, and hope-packed book.  The book is spot-on with the characters and the situations they find themselves facing, and teens will really identify with it whether in a public or school library setting.”  - VOYA, Starred Review

“Will pose compelling moral challenges for young adults just starting to work out their own ideas about what matters in relationships.” - The Bulletin for the Center of Children's Books

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