Naomh Pádraig | Hardback | By Liam Mac Uistín


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  • Naomh Pádraig
  • Pages: 48
  • Format: Hardback
  • Author: Liam Mac Uistín
  • Illustrator: Fran O’Boyle
  • Publisher: An Gúm
  • Category: Irish Stories
  • Age: 10-14 years
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Naomh Pádraig by Liam Mac Uistín


Míle sé chéad bliain ó shin tugadh buachaill óg go hÉirinn mar sclábhaí. Chaith sé blianta fada uaigneacha ag tabhairt aire do mhuca is do chaoirigh ar Shliabh Mis.

Ansin d’éalaigh sé, agus é de rún aige na Gaeil a thabhairt chun na Críostaíochta. Patricius a bhí ar an mbuachaill sin, nó Naomh Pádraig.

This story is about St Patrick, how he was brought to Ireland as a slave. The long lonely years he spent taking care of pigs and sheep on Sliabh Mis. His escape and his ambitions to convert the pagans of Ireland.

About the Author

Liam Mac Uistin is a well-known author and playwright. His versions of ancient Irish stories and legends have been published in the Irish language by An Gúm. His plays for stage, television and radio have been produced in many European countries and in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. His television play The Glory and the Dream won the Radio Telefís Éireann award.

His stage plays have been produced at the Abbey and Peacock theatres in Dublin. His stories and plays have received many literary awards.

Liam Mac Uistin is the author of The Táin, (O'Brien Press) a hugely popular book for the young reader on this great Celtic epic.

He lives in Dublin with his family.


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