Discover the legend of St Brigid’s Cloak
Enjoy what truly is an Irish gem with a charming story and quaint, intricately designed illustrations lovingly illustrated by the talented Ms Anita Foley, a fellow primary teacher. This little book is steeped in Irish talent and would make a wonderful Irish gift.
Listen to Maureen tell the story of the delightful Irish character, St Brigid with her bewitching and enchanting charm and spirit, who devoted her life to the needy. Delight in this unique, remarkable piece of Irish ancestry.
now available for €14.95
(proceeds from the sale of this book go to Jack & Jill Foundation)
Born in Dublin fado fado, Gabrielle Bean Ui Dhomhnaill studied at Colaiste Mhuire, Griffith Avenue and Trinity College to be a primary teacher. Since then, she has endeavoured to instill into her classes great pride in their rich Irish legendary heritage.
Maureen O’Hara, much loved and cherished legendary Irish actress, stated through her archivist, Ms June Beck: “Maureen has great pride in her Irish heritage and was so pleased to be a part of this publication and share Irish folklore as part of her legacy and gift to future generations.”
Anita Ni Foghlu is a primary school teacher, artist and illustrator. Nature and attention to detail are her passions. Her parents nurtured her artistic creativity, love for outdoors and appreciation of literature and illustration. You can find Anita on anitafoleyart.com.
Eanna Ni Lamhna is well known for her broadcasting work on the long running Money Goes Wild radio programme and on the Six O’clock TV3. She is the author of many wildlife books (Wild Things, Wild Dublin) and the current vice-president of the Tree Council of Ireland.