The Famous Five - Julian, Dick, George, Anne and Timmy - have been delighting readers for over 70 years. After the Five see a boy being kidnapped at the beach, they set out to find him. But where have the kidnappers hidden the boy? Will Timmy lead them to the answer?
A famous racehorse is being trained in Kirrin. But when that horse starts running it's time for the Famous Five to be on the lookout because the horse could go missing or get hurt. Everything depends on them.
An original short story in the Famous Five collection by Enid Blyton with new illustrations by Jamie Littler. Translated to Irish by Máirín Ní Ghadhra, a journalist with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.
The Lorgaire, and Big Mac Giolla ar two very different people. Although the Lorgaire is a little fellow, according to himself he is a big detective - someone who detects big things. As for Big Mac Giolla, the Lorgaire thinks he would make a fine assistant - he could break a lock for him, carry big bags, or even frighten away rogues.
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.
Mártan befriends a freckled-faced girl who brings him to see a mysterious blacksmith in his smithy, and introduces him to a beautiful red-haired singer. But what troubles are Red-Haired Woman and her daughter running from? And who is the Blacksmith whose smithy is hidden behind the garage?
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?
Bratach na gCnámh 1: Éalú as Páras Louise Bheag and Benjamin escape from the orphanage and head for the coast. There, they meet the infamous Black Beard, and another pirate who tells them that their father is alive, but in danger. Unexpectedly, the pair are brought aboard a ship at night, and with that they begin their adventures on the seas.
On a winter's evening as Mártan is returning home from school he sees a big ram in the middle of town. Following the ram, comes upon the Professor's garden, and hears the sweet sounds of whistle-playing. But whose ram is it? And what brings it to the Professor's garden? And who is the poor musician who is looking for his tin whistle?
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean on board Ordóg na Feirge in search of their father, Louise Bheag and Benjamin begin to learn to become sailors. And they are made to work hard! After they come through a wild storm on the sea, the pair of them find themselves on a ghost ship - with an English ship on their tails!