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A horror story for young teenagers, "Stiuideo Eagla" has been translated from Welsh to Irish by Brian O Baoill. Brian and Lis are intrigued and concerned about a mysterious new television company, Stiuideo Eagla, that has started up in their area. Their friend Aindi and his dog Drannaire have gone missing, and coincidentally a dog very similar to Drannaire appears on a TV programme made by the company, although he is given a different name. Brian and Lis are convinced that the dog is indeed their friend's pet. They set out to find the truth, and brave the perils of Stiuideo Eagla. Suspense and intrigue will be the order of the day for young teenagers as they immerse themselves in this supernatural tale. It seems that everyone has been fooled by Stiuideo Eagla except for Brian and Lis - the question is: can they save the day? The book is suitable for younger teenagers, aged 12 - 16.
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Brian O Baoill lives in Indreabhan in Co. Galway. He has written short stories, poetry, plays and books for teenagers and for children. Among his previous publications are An Bealach Runda, a book for children; Guthanna i gCoill na Lon, a poetry collection; Sutha Talun agus Dramai Eile and Bozo agus Dramai Eile, plays for teenagers.
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