Aibitir An Irish ABC by Rene Mullin


Aibitir An Irish ABC by Rene Mullin

This beautifully illustrated picture book invites young children to begin to learn Irish. From 'a' for 'asal' to 'u' for 'ull', Aibitir is a fresh celebration of Ireland's unique alphabet.


Beautifully illustrated. Irish News An Irish alphabet book with delightful illustrations ... lovely. Irish Times Magazine

About the Author

Rene Mullin is a printmaker and designer who is based in Belfast. Her company ( specialises in giving Irish language products - including mugs, cards, wrapping paper and bags - a modern twist. Rene is currently the Craftsperson in Residence in the Fashion, Print and Textiles Department of the Belfast School of Art. Aibitir is her first book. Follow Rene on Twitter (@PlacedIreland) and on

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40 pages


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Publication date

5th October 2013



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