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Tales from Old Ireland

Average rating
3.4 out of 5
Based on 12 Ratings and 9 Reviews

Book Description
Tales from Old Ireland contains seven classic stories, beautifully retold by Malachy Doyle in 90 big pages. Some of the tales will be instantly familiar: "Fair, Brown, and Trembling," for example, is a straightforward version of the Cinderella story right down to the lost shoe. Others are much less well known, like the tale of the fisherman, Jack Doherty, who always wanted to meet a Merrow (a... More
Book Information
PublisherBarefoot Books
BindingAudio CD (11 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages1
Publication Date05/01/2002
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About Maura O'Connell (Author) : Maura O'Connell is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Maura O'Connell is Tales from Old Ireland.
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About Malachy Doyle (Narrator) : Malachy Doyle is a published author, illustrator, and a narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Malachy Doyle include Tales from Old Ireland (Unabridged), Tales fr Old Ireland H... more
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8/7/2007 Richele Baburina said: The newest favorite of my 5-year-old son, Maxim. The endings aren't always a tidy "happily ever after" and offer a glimpse into the many facets of humanity.
tags: , I recommend, Irish, Barefoot, fairy tales, Ireland

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