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Karan Casey, formerly with Ireland's noted group Solas, performs a re-telling of the myth that inspired the moving family film, "The Secret of Roan Inish." Using traditional Irish instruments; uilleann pipes, the low whistle, the concertina, and the violin, as well as some of the purest, sweetest voices ever heard on a children's recording, the Seal Maiden is a wonderful bonus for parents who want their children to enjoy magical, imaginative stories and authentic Irish music.
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A Child's Book of Celtic Prayers
Compiled by Joyce Denham

Ancient Celtic Christians believed deeply that God is present everywhere, in the smallest activities of their lives as well as in all the rest of Creation. Here are some of their prayers for today's children to pray. Ingram Review.
Click here for Children's Prayers.

Half a decade after she released the beguiling Irish Folk Tales for Children, Sharon Kennedy returns with another winning album of Irish tales for kids, even though adults will find these folk tales just as entrancing and entertaining.
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A delightful collection of twenty stories, including folk and fairy tales, by well-known Irish authors.
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An Irish Night Before Christmas
by Sarah Kirwan Blazek, Reading level: Ages 4-8

At Christmastime, things are a little different on the Emerald Isle. Instead of logs thrown onto the fire, we find turf blazing bright. Instead of cold eggnog spiced just right, the mother and father are enjoying their stout. You'll find no Donner or Cupid or Blitzen, but Ould Neddy the donkey and his small cart. Father Christmas with his Irish eyes twinkling, ushers in his seven elves and thus begins this humorous tale.
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Teddy Bear's Picnic
by Jimmy Kennedy

This is such a fun book to read to my kids...its the pictures we enjoy the most. They make you feel like you are peeking through the trees at this wonderful picnic! This book is a treasure!
Amazon review

See our Article on Jimmy Kennedy
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Irish Folk & Fairy Tales
edited by Gordon Jarvie

Emerging from a people with an absolute belief in 'the little folk', the fairy tales of Ireland are part of one of the richest folk literatures in the world. In this wonderful collection of stories by writers like Carleton, Yeats and Lady Wilde, a legion of fairy folk - giants, leprechauns, witches and mermaids - help, hinder, charm and terrify their mortal neighbours.
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Told with the gripping delivery of a well-seasoned storyteller, this tale of a fifth-century Irish saint has the broad appeal of folklore while retaining the power to inspire religious awe. Publisher's Weekly.
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I have been looking for a baby name book that actually has pronuncations of the Celtic names for quite some time. I can not believe how many baby name books list names without pronunciations. I mean, how are you supposed to know?
Amazon Reviewer

Here is what they were looking for -
Click here for Celtic Baby Names.


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Fri, Nov 3, 2017


Instructions of King Cormac, King of Cashel

Be not too wise, nor too foolish
Be not too conceited, nor diffident
Be not too haughty, nor too humble
Be not too talkative, nor too silent
Be not too hard, nor too feeble.

If you be too wise, men will expect too much of you
If you be too foolish, you will be deceived
If you be conceited, you will be thought difficult
If you be too humble, you will be without honour
If you be too talkative, you will not be heeded
If you be silent, you will not be regarded
If you be too hard, you will be broken
If you be too feeble, you will be crushed.


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