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Cló Mhaigh Eo: 40 pp, paperback; ISBN 978 1 899922 12 1
Already a best-seller, this is the gripping story of Saint Patrick’s youthful days — his capture by Irish raiders, his life as a slave boy in Ireland, and his dramatic escape. The first Irish graphic novel, magnificently illustrated by Tomm Moore. An Sclábhaí won a prestigious Bisto Merit Award in May 2002.
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