Jeaic is learning about ancient iron-age Gaelic warriors at school. He'd love to be able to see them for himself. He builds a time machine to travel back in time and meet the Gaelic warriors. Let's hope it does what it's supposed to do!!
Cáitín goes to see an art exhibition. Poor Cáitín is exhausted. She stretyches out for a snooze in one of the exhibits. But she is grabbed by a passing seagull... and she awakes suddenly! This is a new book in the collection 'Cáitín Chaoch' by the writer and artist Bruno Heitz.
Nobody has seen Willy Wonka - or inside his amazing chocolate factory - for years. When he announces plans to invite the winners of five Golden Tickets hidden inside the wrappers of chocolate bars to visit his factory, the whole world is after those tickets!
Witches absolutely detest children. To a witch, a child smells like dogs' droppings. And now the Grand High Witch is planning to get rid of every child in the country — can anybody stop them? Roald
Dahl's The Witches tells the story of a brave young boy and his Norwegian grandmother as they battle the country’s witches.
The Witches is one of Roald Dahl's most popular children's books.
Cáitín has a bad cold and Dr Broc says there's only one cure: healthy mountain air. But how will she get to the mountains? The rabbits have a solution: Cáitín will travel ... on a sheep, as Ulysses did, the famous warrior from the Odyssey.
This is the first book in the collection 'Cáitín Chaoch'
Today, Macán the Wolf sees something new in the garden — a pot! But what is it for? Macán is a little wolf. Sometimes, he misbehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.
"Tá sé tagtha faoi dheireadh, a thuismitheoirí gaelacha! Caith uait Everyone Poops agus déan dearmad ar Pirate Pete agus Princess Polly mar seo chugainn ‘Macán ar an bPota’. Sraith eile atá ag teacht i dtír ar an nganntanas sin sa mhargadh atá luaite cheana agam, cé go bhfuil na leabhair seo níos téagartha ó thaobh ábhair de." — Sorcha Ní Chéilleachair, Tuairisc.ie
Bíonn faitíos ar Mhac Tíre i gcónaí, agus bíonn na mic tíre eile ag gáire faoi. Ceapann sé nach mac tire ceart é. Ar deireadh, socraíonn sé imeacht amach faoin domhain mór agus é sa tóir ar an misneach. Sraith trí phictiúrleabhar don aoisghrúpa 4-7 mbliana. Sna scéilíní deasa seo is iad na rudaí céanna a dhéan=ann imní do Mhac Tíre agus a bhíonn ag déanamh imní do gach páiste — an grá; siúl ar scoil; a bheith cróga, srl. Leabhair álainn soláimhseáilte iad le léamh os ard sa bhaile nó ar scoil.
The scientist Victor Frankenstein is looking for the secret of life. He creates a big ugly monster, but the monster frightens him so much that Victor runs away in fear. The monster becomes lonely, then he becomes angry, and he goes off in search of the man who created him. In simple Irish, and with wonderful artwork, this powerful story is introduced to the young reader. This is a book that will awaken the child’s imagination.
As dogs are being stolen from all over town, a big dark-haired man (known to Mártan as the 'Ogre') and a youthful blonde lady come to live in Number 2, Little Gate Street. When a neighbour's dog disappears Mártan becomes even more curious about the new neighbours. But who is the Ogre? And who is stealing the dogs?
One year, on Holloween night, a great monster came to Tara and put the High-King and all the court to sleep with his magical music. When they were all asleep, the monster spat a flame from his mouth and set the High-King's court on fire. The monster returned, year after year, on Holloween night, and he burnt Tara again and again. Nobody in Ireland could stop him. Finally, a young boy came to Tara who promised he would put an end to the burnings. That boy was called Fionn mac Cumhaill. He was given a spear, and he went out into the night to defend the High-King's palace against the holloween Burner.
The Bag Man's life is a difficult one these days. It isn't easy to scare children any more. Not only that, but most of them are too skinny to eat!
'The red feather will lead you to the serpent,' he said in a whisper. The yellow feather will make you small, and you will tie the black feather to your arrow to kill the serpent.' There isn't a drop of water in the village of the Little Teepees! The medicine man helps Níotú to slip away quietly, to banish the 'cloud-eater'.
Long ago, in the city of Verona in Italy, lived Romeo and Juliet. Although thir families hated each other, Romeo and Juliet were madly in love. But destiny and their own families came in their way and put a tragic end to this love story. In simple Irish, and with wonderful artwork, this powerful story is introduced to the young reader. This is a book that will awaken the childs’s imagination.
Cleite's father and mother are always fighting. His friend, Crúca Beag, advises Cleite to go in search of a treasure on the Island of the Seven Heads. 'If you find treasure,' he says, 'your parents are sure to organize a big party. Your mother will play the harp and your father will play the trumpet, and after that they'll go dancing on deck. They'll be friends again then.' 'Do you think so?' asks Cleite. Cleite, of course, is a good pirate. He lives with all his family on the pirate ship, An Bolg Lán. When he isn't working on the ship, he spends the day searching for treasure, or playing with his friends, Crúca Beag and Péarla.