Faery Nights/Oicheanta Si: Stories of Ancient Celtic

Faery Nights/Oicheanta Si: Stories of Ancient Celtic

Faery Nights/Oicheanta Si: Stories of Ancient Celtic Festivals ❰Ebook❯ ➠ Faery Nights/Oicheanta Si: Stories of Ancient Celtic Festivals Author Micheál Mac Liammóir – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk The stories in this volume are set on the nights of four old Irish festivals They describe adventures that befall after darkness, under stars, and feature as well as the Little People, Faeries and the The stories in Si: Stories eBook ✓ this volume are set on the nights of four old Irish festivals They describe adventures that befall after darkness, under stars, and feature as well as the Little People, Faery Nights/Oicheanta PDF/EPUB ² Faeries and the Black Toadstools, the Mysterious stranger at the bonfire, and a cat that talks.


About the Author: Micheál Mac Liammóir

Miche l Mac Si: Stories eBook ✓ Liammh ir born Alfred Will was an English born Irish actor, dramatist, impresario, writer, poet and painter MacLiamm ir was born to a Protestant family living in the Kensal Faery Nights/Oicheanta PDF/EPUB ² Green neighbourhood of London.



10 thoughts on “Faery Nights/Oicheanta Si: Stories of Ancient Celtic Festivals

  1. Brian Saul Brian Saul says:

    Read in June, 2009 I have a copy to sell swap, read count 2review I purchased this book years ago back in the late 80s, I believe for my classroom library Well worn by my students reading it over the years, it s one I decided NOT to donate to the district when I retired, and I m glad because I m re reading it now bilingually to help improve my knowledge of the Irish Gaelic language The children s stories in this little book written and illustrated by M che l mac Liamm ir before he was Read in June, 2009 I have a copy to sell swap, read count 2review I purchased this book years ago back in the late 80s, I believe for my classroom library Well worn by my students reading it over the years, it s one I decided NOT to donate to the district when I retired, and I m glad because I m re reading it now bilingually to help improve my knowledge of the Irish Gaelic language The children s stories in this little book written and illustrated by M che l mac Liamm ir before he was twenty are set on the nights of four important old Irish festivals I purchased this book years ago back in the late 80s, I believe for my classroom library Well worn by my students reading it over the years, it s one I decided NOT to donate to the district when I retired, and I m glad because I m re reading it now bilingually to help improve my knowledge of the Irish Gaelic language The children s stories in this little book written and illustrated by M che l mac Liamm ir before he was twenty are set on the nights of four important old Irish festivals They describe adventures that befall after darkness, under stars, and feature as well as the Little People, fairies and black toadstools, the mysterious stranger at the bonfire, and a cat that talks The stories are written with grace and charm and, thankfully, at a level of Irish that I can almost completely understand


  2. Jean Jean says:

    This series of four stories English and Irish on facing pages is about the 4 great seasonal festivals of the Irish year The author, who becane a famed Irish stage actor, wascnot a native speaker of Irish and wrote this book before he was 20 He uses a lot of adjectives for this reason alone the book is totally worth reading if you are a beginner in Irish As soon as I m done, I m going to read it again.


  3. Maya Maya says:

    This is a bilingual book about the extraordinary things happening on the four nights of Imbolc, Bealtine, Lughnasadh, and Samhain.The stories in this edition of the book are written and illustrated by M che l Mac Liamm ir with the full English story coming first then its translation after My only wish was for the english to be on one page and the Irish Gaelic being on the otherbut it is still a great read especially for parents trying to bring up their children as Gaeilge or for adults to im This is a bilingual book about the extraordinary things happening on the four nights of Imbolc, Bealtine, Lughnasadh, and Samhain.The stories in this edition of the book are written and illustrated by M che l Mac Liamm ir with the full English story coming first then its translation after My only wish was for the english to be on one page and the Irish Gaelic being on the otherbut it is still a great read especially for parents trying to bring up their children as Gaeilge or for adults to improve their Irish Gaelic


  4. Eamon Eamon says:

    The fact that the facing pages tell the story in English on one side, and Irish on the other is helpful if you re not great at reading Irish.


  5. Milea Milea says:

    I am rereading this book I love how the pictures acually go with the stories and the two languages are a plus if you want to learn irish


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