Irish Interest - Childrens
A Dubray Favourite for May.
A light-hearted, funny and brilliantly illustrated counting boardbook which introduces all things Irish to baby readers - or at least the first ten things.
This boredom-busting activity pad that will keep children entertained for hours is the ideal travel companion for young art lovers. Each page explores a different location, from Newgrange to Bunratty, the Giant's Causeway to the Cliffs of Moher.
This is the second book in the popular series about Spuds the leprechaun. Spuds and the Spider was the first.
A bumper collection of Ireland's favourite legends for children.
Best-loved Irish legends for children.
This is an illustrated miniature collection of traditional Irish legends for children.
My Little Album of Dublin takes the youngest of readers on a fun filled tour of the Fairy City. Along the way, they will build up their vocabulary in English and Irish.
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).
Off the coast of Ireland there lies an island. It looks just like a giant sleeping in the sea.
But what if it really is a giant - and what if, one day, the sleeping giant wakes up?