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The Children of Lir (bilingual)
The Children of Lir - Bilingual Children's Book in Albanian, Czech, German, Irish, Polish, Tamil, Vietnamese, and many other languages. Folk tale for multicultural students.
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Product Code: LIR

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The Children of Lir (Bilingual Book)
by Dawn Casey
illustrated by Diana Mayo
A classic Celtic myth from the icy, cold North Sea is the tale of an evil queen, who transforms her step children into swans that are doomed to live for a thousand years. Older children will be mesmerized by this powerful, yet tragic myth brought to life by brilliantly evocative illustrations that capture the imagination.
In English with:
Albanian, Bengali, Czech, Farsi, German, Gujarati, Irish, Italian, Tamil, Vietnamese. PLEASE SEE LANGUAGE SELECTION DROP-DOWN MENU ABOVE FOR CURRENT LANGUAGE AVAILABILITIES.
Ages: 7-11 Paperback
Dimensions: 8.2w x 10.5h inches

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Haven't read yet. July 17, 2018
Reviewer: Florence O from Cleveland, MS United States  
Haven't had time to read this one yet.  Looks great.

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