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Mna as an Ngnath€3.99
Déantar cur síos sa leabhar seo ar scata ban a bhain clú amach dóibh féin agus a d’fhág a rian ar an stair. Beirt Éireannach atá ina measc, Bidí Early agus an Chuntaois Markievicz.
Tá uaigneas agus brón ar an mhadadh bheag. Is léir nach bhfuil cabhair ar bith de dhíth ar dhuine ná ar ainmhí ar bith ar an fheirm. Níl cead aige dul ag pludaráil leis na muca, ná cuidiú leis an chapall mhór. Níl cead aige an lá a fhógairt leis an choileach, fiú. An bhfuil obair de chineál eile ar... See more
Do Chodladh Beag€8.99
Hello my name is Annie and I am a doctor in the hospital. I’m here to tell you about what happens if you ever need to come to hospital for an operation. I’ll tell you all about what I do, who you meet and how you might feel when you’re here.
Aisling agus An Prionsa€4.99
Aisling was a poor orphan with very few possessions, but she was a very nice girl. There was a big difference between her and the king’s son who lived in the big castle on the hill a few miles away. The prince was a crook and he had managed to fool his father, the king. But clever as he was, he was bound to be... See more
Noinin Agus Rollai Pollai€9.50
A delightful story in both prose and verse about Nóinín‘s search for her missing friend the hedgehog Róllaí Póllaí, and the characters she meets along the way. Comes with an audio CD.
Noinin Agus Siar Anair & Cd€9.50
We previously encountered Nóinín and her little friends in Nóinín agus Róllaí Póllaí. This time she’s back with some new friends and a new adventure involving an inquisitive dog, a crab and a magical tractor! A delightful story combining prose, verse and music. The book comes with a lively audio... See more
Cogarnach ar an bhFeirm€6.99
The farm animals are all confused. Why all the whispering? What’s going on?
Bríona ag Brionglóideach€6.99
Bríona is a bit of a dreamer. She thinks her mam plays for a football team called Mam Utd. All the family are definitely whacko. Or are they? Is she ever going to wake up to reality, whatever that might be? A funny and entertaining read which can be used to teach some of the basic action verbs in Irish.
A sequel by this well-known author of teenage fiction to the very popular Dhá Chorp published some years ago. This time Tom a’ Bhláca and his friends are involved in investigating the mysterious death of an archaeologist with whom they were working during the summer.
Misteir an Tobair€10.00
Oisín’ s favourite pastime when on school holidays is to go exploring in the local mountains and glens. One day he finds an old map and shortly afterwards meets a man by the name of Mánas Mór.