A bright and fun-filled activity book set in Dublin. Puzzles, games, colouring, stories and tons of interesting facts.
Puzzles, games, colouring and tons of interesting facts about Dublin. Crosswords, matching games, mazes, wordsearches and stories combine to encourage young readers to explore what Ireland's capital city has to offer.
a must -- Irish Examiner colourful and varied, with lots of information about the area, this is a super book -- www.parentsintouch.co.uk educational and enjoyable for those torturous, are-we-there-yet? Car journeys -- Sunday Independent this was pounced upon as soon as the seven-year-old saw it and he hasn't put it down since -- Woman's Way nature and fun combine in this fab activity book ... enough here to brighten several rainy days -- Evening Echo bring a fun element to learning about some of Ireland's hotspots -- Ballyfermot, Tallaght, Clondalkin and Lucan Echos
Natasha Mac a'Bhaird is a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of the bestselling wedding planning guide, The Irish Bride's Survival Guide. Her first two children's books, Missing Ellen and Olanna's Big Day, were both chosen for the White Ravens Collection. Her most recent books in the My Ireland Activity Book series are The Wild Atlantic Way and Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. Her Star Club series has just launched with Hannah in the Spotlight. Alan Nolan lives and works in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. He has written and illustrated many books and comics for children and grown-ups, including Fintan's Fifteen, Conor's Caveman and the Murder Can Be Fatal series.