visión de conjunto:Críticas 'engaging and enjoyable' -- Irish America Magazine 'the illustrations are vivid and charming' -- Irish America Magazine 'perfect for story time with the little ones' -- Irish America Magazine 'give(s) us a glimpse of another world while also teaching us universal truths' -- Carousel 'an excellent way of introducing a new range of traditional tales beyond those commonly known' -- Parents in Touch 'an essential heritage of great tales' -- The School Librarian 'humourous comic echoes' -- Inis 'cosy and familiar' -- Inis 'stories are told in a simple style' -- Inis 'a collection of old favourites including The Children of Lir and The Salmon of Knowledge in one handsomely illustrated volume for 4+' -- Irish Independent 'a book to keep and treasure' -- Irish Examiner 'lively retellings ... vibrant illustrations' -- Evening Echo Reseña del editor Stories from long long ago part of an ancient oral tradition handed down from generation to generation and written down by the Christian monks of medieval Ireland. This hugely popular book is now available in paperback. FAVOURITE LEGENDS FROM ANCIENT IRELAND The Salmon of Knowledge How Cu Chulainn Got His Name The Children of Lir The King with Donkey's Ears Fionn and the Giant The White Wolfhound Oisin Biografía del autor Eithne Massey has written many books for both adults and children mainly based on the legends of Ireland. Her adaptation of the award-winning movie The Secret of Kells is set in the time of the early Viking raids; The Silver Stag of Bunratty and Where the Stones Sing are set in Norman Ireland and Blood Brother Swan Sister at the time of the Battle of Clontarf. All blend together historical detail with myths legends and folklore resulting in stories which will appeal to young readers who enjoy an adventure with well-rounded characters and a touch of magic and history (www.childrensbooksireland.ie).