Irish Fairy and Folk Tales

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Includes tales of fairies, changelings, ghosts, witches, saints, the devil, giants, kings, queens, and robbers.

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Sara S

Oct 12, 2012

Terrifici book

Irish folk tales, in the vernacular. A wonderful read -- and wonderful for grandparents looking for folk tales to read to their grandchildren -- different tales for different age groups. Just the stories, shared by the fireside, to help our young ones learn what it means to be human.
Delicious.

John J

Oct 11, 2012

A Touch of the Irish Traditional History

A thoroughly delightful book that can be read and reread and then reread to the youngster sitting at your knee. Absolutely enchanting. It speaks of a different age when, before the Druids and their spirits had been banished by the Church to make way for the Scientific Age where disbelief is the norm, the wee people roamed the island and brought the Irish good luck or misfortune, depending on whether they had an ear to listen. An absolutely marvelous book.

DRAGONLADY9

Dec 7, 2007

Irish Beasties & More

This book is a must-have for all fairy & folk tale lovers, especially if you happen to be Irish. It has short stories about all the creatures of Irish legends and myths in a very readable style. The stories are very entertaining and give insight into the thinking of early Irish beliefs. They are well written and great gifts for the Irish in your circle of friends.

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