Ronan Moore Young Fionn


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Author: Ronan Moore

Date Published: 28-Feb-2020

He is Ireland's most famous warrior, a legendary figure who has enchanted children for millennia. But who really was Fionn Mac Cumhaill? And what was he like when he was a child? Inspired by an ancient 12th-century manuscript, Ronan Moore brings young Fionn to life in a series of wild adventures, including the well-known myths of the Salmon of Knowledge and the Dragon of Tara. Cheeky Fionn is on the run from his father's enemies - who want him dead. Travel with him as he journeys throughout Ireland, outwitting adults, evading capture and training to become the greatest leader Ireland has ever known.

About the Author

Ronan Moore is a secondary school English teacher. When not trying to get students to stand on their desks to look at the world in a different light, he is trying to get them off their desks to take down their homework. He lives in County Meath with his wife and three children.

Alexandra Colombo is an illustrator from Bulgaria. She attended the Milan European Institute of Design, getting a first-class degree in illustration. Her great passion is writing and illustrating poems, books and fairy tales.

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