This is more than a charming Irish memoir. The voice of a spirited young girl sets the perfect tone to deliver Irish history, the determination of a family to make their way into another country, and the importance of music. - NY Times Best-Selling author Jacqueline Sheehan
Story of music and irrespressible Irish immigrant family
The duo’s commendable, uncluttered style carries the narrative easily along, as they choose specifically poignant details, which make for an engaging read. - Jamaica Gleaner
Maureen O’Carroll, born in Sydney of Irish immigrants, refused to play the British patriotic song to honor her Irish Republican parents
Leora O'Carroll will speak about her mother's life and the memoir they wrote together - MAUREEN O'CARROLL: A MUSICAL MEMOIR OF AN IRISH IMMIGRANT CHILDHOOD
Sydney's Inner West Courier asks author Leora O'Carroll to write about how she and her mother came about doing this book.
From Irish Echo Australia
The Boulevard Sentinel selects Maureen O'Carroll: A Musical Memoir of an Irish Immigrant Childhood as its St. Patrick's Day pick.