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La leis na Lochlannaigh

Written by Máire Zepf

La leis na Lochlannaigh Synopsis

A novel in the Irish language (there is no English language translation in the text) for children 9 years and older. Cormac and Bridin are excited to be staying with Granny and Grandad again. They are looking forward to another historical adventure through the magic door. But, when they travel to Viking Dublin, there is danger in the air. Will they escape the peril? And what will they find out about the real lives of the Vikings? / Ta Cormac agus Bridin ar bis le stopadh ti Mhamo agus Daideo aris. Ta siad ag suil le heachtra spleodrach stairiuil eile trid an doras draiochta. Ach, nuair a thaistealaionn siad go Duibhlinn na Lochlannach, ta dainsear agus priacal san aer. An eireoidh leo teacht slan on chontuirt? Agus cad a gheobhaidh siad amach faoi fhiorshaol na Lochlannach?

Book Information

ISBN: 9781907494550
Publication date: 22nd February 2016
Author: Máire Zepf
Publisher: Cois Life Cois Life Teoranta
Format: eBook

About Máire Zepf

Máire Zepf has written 12 books for children, from picture books to a YA verse novel. Winner of the KPMG Children’s Book of the Year, the Réics Carló Award and a White Raven in 2020, her books appear in 8 languages worldwide. The Co. Down author was the first Children’s Writing Fellow for Northern Ireland, based at the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at QUB (2017-19). She is Artistic Director for Quotidian - Word on the Street. About her series, Máire said, ‘Rita is ...

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