How Green Was My Ireland?
Celtic designs come alive on pottery to carry this charming story through the mists and myths of time. As life moves from ancient Ireland, through an idyllic childhood in a fictitious village, to modern-day Canada, these stories and characters come together with insight and humour that will warm your heart and strike a human chord - wherever you're from.
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