The O'Brien book of Irish fairy tales and legends / retold by Una Leavy ; illustrated by Susan Field.
Description: 92 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : O'Brien Press, 2011.
1 of 1 copy available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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|Merrimack College||ERC-Picture Books (2nd)||[ERC] PZ8.L47523 Ir 2011 (picture book) (Text to Phone)||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781847173133
- ISBN: 1847173136
- Edition: Pbk. ed.
Originally published: London : Orchard Books, 1996.
How Cúchulainn got his name -- Magic shoes -- Deidre and the sons of Uisneach -- King's Secret -- Children of Lir -- Giant's causeway -- Bodrach of the grey coat -- Pot of gold -- Tír na n-Óg -- White gander -- Something about the stories -- Pronounciation guide.
A varied collection of ten traditional Irish stories. They include "The Magic Shoes" and "The Pot of Gold", which involve the trickery and mischief of leprechauns; the story of Oisin in Tir na nOg, which marks the end of the great Fianna; and the 2000-year-old tale of the Children of Lir.
|Alternate Title:|| Irish fairy tales and legends
Irish fairy tales & legends
Citation: Leavy, Una. "The O'Brien book of Irish fairy tales and legends ." Dublin, Ireland : O'Brien Press, 2011.