There's going to be a big wedding in Lios Lurgain! Luisne's brother, Lugh, is to marry his sweetheart, Eimhear. Luisne and Deirdre and all the young fairies have been invited to the wedding and they're all excited about the big day. But not everyone has received an invitation. One very nasty fairy isn't very happy because he hasn't been invited, and when he arrives at the wedding he isn't there to celebrate!
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?
Luisne is a young fairy who lives in the fairy fort of Lios Lurgain in the World of the Sí. As she learns about the World of the Sí and the World of People, she has many adventures with her friends. Luisne is very inquisitive about the World of People or 'The World on Top. There are secret ways to go from the World of the Sí to the World on Top but this secret information isn't shared with the young fairies! But, cleverly, Luisne finds one of the secret ways and she secretly goes to the World on Top with her friend Deirdre. Although they see wonderful things, their pklans don't quite work out ... and the're soon in deep trouble!
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.
George's dog Timmy sniffs out an adventure when he spots some suspicious-looking passengers on a train. He is very interested in one of them, but what has he spotted? Can the Famous Five solve this mystery? A full-colour short story in the Famous Five series, illustrated by Jamie Littler. Translated to Irish by Gormfhlaith Ní Thuairisg.
One day, when Fionn was in Howth, a boat came ashore and a great big warrior jumped out. He said if there wasn't someone in Ireland who would outrun him in a race, he would tax the people of Ireland. At that, a great big clumsy-looking yellow churl appeared, and and he would race him...
Danny, the Champion of the World is a 1975 is one of Roald Dahl's most popular children's books.
The story is about Danny, a young boy, and his father, William, who live in a gypsy caravan fixing cars for a living and partake in in poaching pheasants, and the plot is centred on the moral dillemna faced by good people who do 'bad things', and ultimately shows that one can bring about change by small actions. The book was filmed in 1989 and has been translated into dozens of languages.
From the time Fionn mac Cumhaill was a child, his enemies wished to kill him and to take his place at the head of the Fianna. To defend himself against his enemies, the female warrior Bómall taught Fionn how to fight. But, to survive, he had to learn to be brighter and cleverer than any other living person.
The Grey Witch is hungry. She's fed up of magical rabbits and poisonous apples. And there's nothing to eat in the house! But what happpens to her when she comes upon a house made of chocolate?