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The Leinster chieftain Fiacha mac Aodha Ó Broin (Feagh mcHugh O'Beirne) is renowned all over Ireland. He stood his ground against the English invader and defeated the army of Lord Grey in Glenmolure. His story belongs to the great Gaelic tales of valour. This book is beautifully illustrated by the artist Jonathan Barry
Somhairle Mór (Sumerled) was the first Gaelic king of the Isles. He founded a Gaelic kingdom on the western coast of Scotland and in the islands between Scotland and Ireland. His descendents include many of the great Gaelic clans. This book tells the story of Somhairle Mór and of Scotland and Ireland in the times of the Vikings. The book is beautifuly illustrated by Fran O'Boyle.