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Seeking Child's Readers in Irish

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Seeking Child's Readers in Irish

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I'd like to improve my Irish by reading children's short stories written in Irish. Can anyone suggest any place I may find these items or even children's websites specifically aimed at reading?

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Re: Seeking Child's Readers in Irish

Post by Jacko079 »

This link doesn’t have very many stories, but it’s what I could find.

https://www.librariesireland.ie/service ... ens-ebooks

If you make a free account with archive.org, you can read some of these Irish stories…

https://archive.org/search.php?query=Ch ... er:"Irish"

Here are some more stories in Irish:

https://www.gutenberg.org/browse/languages/ga

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Re: Seeking Child's Readers in Irish

Post by CaitNicRun »

heck, with Archive.org some things you can download without an account. Or at least I think you used to. But, yeh, registering is free. And you can check stuff out with the online library loan for an hour at a time.

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