Welcome to Ireland
Traveling to a foreign country and learning how other people live can be fun, as well as educational. Through athoritative, easy-to-read text and stunning photographs that beautifully capture the spirit of each country, this exciting series invites young readers to explore the world. The colorful, dynamic presentation of each volume will be sure to intrigue and delight even the most reluctant classroom travelers!
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architectural sites bagpipes band Bantry Bay Belfast Blarney Blue Stack Mountains bodhran BOAR-an Britain British rule Caha Mountains ceilis KAY-lees Celtic Celts KELTZ College in Dublin county C2 county C3-D3 Dail Eireann Daniel O'Connell Donegal Eamon de Valera Easter Rising England English and Gaelic family and friends famous fish flag GAA Clubs Gaelic football Gaelic GAY-lik Galway Gareth Stevens Ireland is mainly Irish economy Irish president Irish Pub Irish Republic Irish sports Irish step dancing island Kerry Kilkenny King Henry Laois Left Legends lifestyles lrish Mary McAleese Mary Robinson meal music and storytelling Northern Ireland O'Brien Press Offaly Parliament peace Penal Laws played playwrights popular prime minister Protestants and Catholics Rainfall averages religion Republic of Ireland Rising of 1916 River Liffey River Shannon Saint Patrick Saint Patrick's Day Scotland Seanad Eireann Sinn Fein Taoiseach TEE-shock Today traditional dance Traditional instruments traditional Irish crafts Trinity College uillean IL-awn Waterford