'Ireland, a Graphic History' is a vividly illustrated depiction of the country's evolution, from Celtic roots to its present day realities. Two bestselling authors have teamed up with National Cartoon Company of Ireland to tell the story of Ireland in graphic narrative form. This combination of words and images brings history alive and makes it accessible to young and old alike. Ireland's six thousand year history is full of drama and intrigue, cruelty and compassion, humour and spirit. This book portrays it in a way that has never been done before and sets a new standard for history books of the future. A uniquely inspired treasure for historians, art lovers, graphic novel enthusiasts, and people who enjoy a great story. Other books by Michael Scott Celtic Wisdom for Business.
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A portrait of a country renowned for the almost mythic resonance of its landscapes and for the vitality and gregariousness of its people. This is the fourth in teNeues' successful color version of its Photopocket series.About the Author:
Morgan Llywelyn is the author of several highly acclaimed historical novels about Ireland and the Irish people, including the bestselling 'Lion of Ireland', which sold over 15 million copies worldwide and the film version of which is currently being produced by a Hollywood studio. Born in New York City of Celtic origins, she now lives in Ireland. Michael Scott has written numerous novels based on legends, history and folklore. He is the author of 'Irish Folk and Fairytales', which has sold in excess of 2 million copies.
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Book Description Gill & Macmillan Ltd, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Eoin Coveney (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0717122999