Irish Interest - Childrens
Features Balor of the evil eye, whose very glance meant death; the wicked queen Aoife who turned children into swans; and Oisin, who followed his love to her city beneath the waves.
Best-loved Irish legends for children.
YouTube sensation John D. Ruddy brings history to life with clarity and hilarity in videos that have amassed millions of views around the world. Here, his viral online hit, Manny Man, turns Ireland's tumultuous millennia of history into a fun and easy-to-understand story.
A bumper collection of Ireland's favourite legends for children.
On Easter Sunday 1916, twelve year-old Molly Darcy receives a diary for her birthday -just in time to record one of the most momentous week’s in Irish history.
The Celtic roots of Irish folklore are enriched with Nordic legend and colour. Here gathered in this collection are tales of giants and warriors, of old hags and fair maidens, and of the boyhood of the great hero Fionn Mac Uail (Finn MacCool).