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Happy Patrick’s Day

Mup and Crow wish you all a happy Paddy’s Day 🍀🍀🍀 Just a little Irish Girl doing a little Irish Magic. Advertisements

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Episode 11 – The Story Thief Challenges – Library magic!

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Written by Liam and Aoife! Featuring top kids author Celine Kiernan! Note: If you’re a teacher or librarian or work with kids check out the guidance for educators section including advice on how to do this month’s…

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Bright Witches

I finally got around to drawing Ms Wylie’s lovely RaggedyWitches Reading Group! Like I promised, I drew them as witches, but I drew them as Chlann’n Cheoil witches, filled with bright magic, dancing the colours up out of the ground. … Continue reading

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Bold Girls

  (This piece originally appeared as part of this Irish Times Article) For some people the word bold means naughty, a character trait to be punished and curbed. For some the word means brave, a character trait to be encouraged … Continue reading

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Begone, the Raggedy Witches by Celine Kiernan

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An #Author #Interview with @Celine_Kiernan, Part 2: #writing #characters to hook #readers of any age

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Celine Kiernan’s critically acclaimed work combines fantasy elements with the exploration of political, humanitarian and philosophical themes. She is best known for The Moorehawke Trilogy, a dark, complex trilogy of fantasy YA books…

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An #Author #Interview with @Celine_Kiernan, Part 1: #writing & #worldbuilding in #fantasy #fiction with a little help from #history

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Born in Dublin, Ireland, 1967, Celine has spent the majority of her working life in the film business, and her career as a classical feature character animator spanned over seventeen years, before she…

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