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Politics
Author: Yvonne Carroll
ISBN: 0717124673
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 64 pages
Publisher Gill & MacMillan, Limited (March 15, 2000)
Language English
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.6
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ePUB size: 1646 kb
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eBook Great Irish Legends for Children download

by Yvonne Carroll


Irish Legends for Children by Yvonne Carroll Hardcover £. 0. Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). The tales are great but the book too small like for a doll. 4 people found this helpful.

Irish Legends for Children by Yvonne Carroll Hardcover £. The O'Brien Book of Irish Fairy Tales and Legends by Una Leavy Paperback £. 9. Only 14 left in stock (more on the way).

Yvonne Carroll, whose Irish Legends for Children contained six traditional Irish tales in a simplified form that is ideally suited for younger readers, returns in this . Has 6 Irish legends- Great book to use in discussing folktales. Aug 29, 2012 Allison rated it liked it.

Yvonne Carroll, whose Irish Legends for Children contained six traditional Irish tales in a simplified form that is ideally suited for younger readers, returns in this second collection, which is formatted in much the same way. Profusely illustrated, this time by Robin Lawrie, Great Irish Legends for Children also presents six tales, taken from the Ulster (an Rúraíocht) and Fenian (an Fhiannaíocht) cycles of Irish mythology, and from more recent Irish folklore.

This volume of six traditional Irish legends includes stories about a king with donkey's ears, a moral lesson about riches and .

This volume of six traditional Irish legends includes stories about a king with donkey's ears, a moral lesson about riches and possessions based on a brown bull, . .

I have been looking for a good children's book of Irish short stories

I have been looking for a good children's book of Irish short stories. Primarily, I was looking for the story of Tir na nog (Tear nah noag) as it's a wonderful tale that includes a magical land, a princess, a horse that gallops over water, aging, love and a life threatening rule. This book includes that story, a few others that are equally as good. It has decent but not fantastic pictures. Beware though, most Irish stories have very sad endings.

The O'Brien Book of Irish Fairy Tales and Legends by Una Leavy (Paperback, 2012).

item 7 Great Irish Legends for Children-Yvonne Carroll, Robin Lawrie -Great Irish Legends for Children-Yvonne Carroll, Robin Lawrie. The O'Brien Book of Irish Fairy Tales and Legends by Una Leavy (Paperback, 2012).

Irish Legends for Children Colouring Book. Author Yvonne Carroll. Teie veebilehitseja on liiga väike meie kodulehe külastamiseks.

Other books by Yvonne Carroll include Beginner's Irish Dictionary, Irish Legends for Children, Leprechaun Tales, The Little Leprechaun Library, and The Very Little Leprechaun Tale. -Maryanne Obersinner, O’Hara Catholic School, Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon.

Irish Legends for Children, and the story of the traditional Irish Soda Bread. A delightful collection of traditional Irish legends including much-loved favourites such as 'Oisin', 'The Brown Bull of Cooley' and 'The Giant from Scotland'. Six beautifully illustrated legends, simply retold for children of all ages to enjoy and. Great Irish Legends for Children. Looking for some cool gift ideas for children? Check out these fun and unique Irish made gifts for boys and girls that are perfect for birthdays and Christmas.

Irish legends for children. Children of Lir - Deidre of the sorrows - Setanta - The salmon of knowledge - Fionn and the dragon - Oisín in Tír na n-Óg. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by LannetteF on May 12, 2010.

A delightful collection of traditional Irish legends including much-loved favorites such as 'Oisin', 'The Brown Bull of Cooley' and 'The Giant from Scotland'. Six beautifully illustrated legends, simply retold for children of all ages to enjoy and remember. Other books by Yvonne Carroll include Beginner's Irish Dictionary, Irish Legends for Children, Leprechaun Tales, The Little Leprechaun Library, and The Very Little Leprechaun Tale.
Silver Globol
I bought this book as part of a baptism gift for one of my nieces. I read all the stories in it before gifting it. Only 1 really did not seem suitable for a child as it suggests a fake suicide to be able to get what the character wants. The book is sturdy and very colorful. As I am not Iirish and did not grow up hearing any Irish tales, I do not know if it is a good representation of Irish lore or not.
MrCat
I bought this book as a gift for my son, whose father is from Ireland. My husband was pleased with the tales and remembered them as a youth in Ireland. However, the illustrations are what make this book special. You will not be disappointed. It's a great book! Plus, it features a glossary on how to pronounce the Irish words, names.
Zeli
Books were tiny not the size of a regular book was very disappointed. The tales are great but the book too small like for a doll.
Blackseeker
I would give this 5 stars if it had more stories. It's a short book. I expected more for the price but what's in it is wonderful. We love this book. It's beautiful
Unh
I found this book a great re-telling of these Irish stories in a concise manner suitable for even very young kids
Brakree
Pictures are nice, but more stories could have been included.
Alsardin
My 6 year old grandson loves it also.
very nice