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by Yvonne Carroll,Fiona Waters

  • Author: Yvonne Carroll,Fiona Waters
  • ISBN: 0717137953
  • ISBN13: 978-0717137954
  • ePub: 1547 kb | FB2: 1876 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
  • Publisher: Gill & MacMillan, Limited (October 19, 2004)
  • Pages: 194
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 316
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A Child's Treasury of Irish Stories and Poems ePub download

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The poems are selected by Fiona Waters who has published a number of very successful anthologies and has worked with children's books for over thirty five years. The stories and poems are illustrated by Lucy Su, Robin Lawrie, Jacqueline East and Peter Rutherford. Country of Publication. Children's & Young Adult Fiction.

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A Treasury of Stories. I was only trying to cheat death. Hence, there are duplicate stories and/or versions listed, but published under different titles.

Read how the Children of Lir turned into beautiful white swans, and how Fionn defeated the fire-eating dragon. There are cheeky leprechauns hatching plots, the story of the Giant’s Causeway, and lots of poems and rhymes to read as wel. ll the essential tales and myths, plus some Irish poemsQuality hardback book with delightful colour picturesBy an experienced author of books about Irish folkloreA wonderful way to pass down these timeless stories

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Yvonne Carroll teaches at a Dublin primary school Fiona Waters worked for many years as a children's bookseller and is currently a director of Troubadour, where she is responsible for book selection. She has published a number of anthologies and has worked as a consultant on various book programmes on radio and television.

Firstly she sprinkled water with which she had washed her child’s feet .

Firstly she sprinkled water with which she had washed her child’s feet outside the door and all along the path. Secondly she took the cake which the witches had made while she was outside and placed a few crumbs of it in each of the mouths of her sleeping children. Thirdly, she took the cloth which they had woven and placed it half in and half out of the chest. This book was very interesting because it took place in a rather different place and you could easily tell that it was a fairytale, judging from the talking objects. The speaker also told the story in a funny way, and spoke slowly.

Fiona O'Carroll (born 14 September 1980) is an Irish actress and cast-member of the popular BBC/RTÉ sitcom, Mrs. Brown's Boys. Fiona is the daughter of Doreen O'Carroll and Mrs. Brown's Boys star and creator, Brendan O'Carroll. Fiona has been a cast member of Mrs. Brown's Boys since its incarnation. Fiona has played the role of Maria Brown (née Nicholson) since the show's debut in 2011. She reprised her role in the 2014 film, Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie and the 2017 chat show All Round to Mrs. Brown's.

Drawing on hundreds of years of Irish folklore, there are tales of magic and mystery, of the mayhem caused by the ""little people"", together with stories of love and heroism, some familiar and some less so. There are stories of great giants, clever warriors, jealous queens and mystical creatures. Read how the Children of Lir became beautiful white swans, how Fionn defeated the fire-eating dragon, and share the exciting adventures of the Red Branch Knights. Discover the story behind the Giant's Causeway, and laugh with the leprechauns as they plot their mischief. Interspersed throughout this irresistible treasury is a delightful selection of Irish poems perfect for reading aloud to children of all ages.