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Focloiropedia: A Journey Through the Irish Language from Aran to Zu

Binding: Hardback
Pages: 96
Pub Date: 27/10/2017
Publisher: Gill
ISBN: 9780717175543
Availability: In Stock
Quick overview A visual introduction to Ireland's language for young and old - learn your first thousand words, discover your culture and enjoy the fabulous quirks and features of your native tongue! This is the third book from the bestselling father and daughter duo behind Irelandopedia and Historopedia, which have sold over 100,000 copies.
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This breathtakingly exciting book discovers the Irish language as you've never learned it before! Fatti Burke's amazing illustrations and her father John's fabulous teaching bring the language alive with every turn of the page.

A visual introduction to Ireland's language for young and old, you will learn your first thousand words, discover your culture and enjoy the fabulous quirks and features of your native tongue!

Bringing a contemporary appeal to a classic subject, get ready to fall in love with your language. It's Irish as you've never seen it before!

This is the third book from the bestselling father and daughter duo behind Irelandopedia and Historopedia, which have sold over 100,000 copies.

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