Fintan's Fifteen Ireland's Worst Hurling Team Wants You!
Written by Alan Nolan
Illustrated by Alan Nolan
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Fintan's Fifteen Ireland's Worst Hurling Team Wants You! by Alan NolanIntroducing the first illustrated novel about hurling! Something has to be done...Ray is getting tired of losing every match he plays with his team, the Ballybreen Terriers. Not only are they constantly at the bottom of the league, they have to face the gloating of rival Dennis 'Dirty Den' Conway. Before they become the laughing stock, Ray persuades Fintan Heffernan, ex-star player of U10's to leave his early retirement and computer games to help bring 'Dirty Den' down and lead the Ballybreen Terriers to the victory they deserve.
-- Evening Echo the variety of narrative techniques add greatly to the enjoyment and excitement ... suitable for age nine and upwards -- Irish Examiner fantastic -- RTE2's Elev8 A book to delight all fans of hurling - and sports fans in general, who will enjoy this look at a sport that may be unfamiliar to them ... an entertaining read which keeps up the pace throughout -- parentsintouch.co.uk if your child is a fan of hurling, they are sure to love Alan Nolan's book, Fintan's Fifteen -- mummypages.ie
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Interest Age: From 10
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O'Brien Press Ltd
21st April 2014
O'Brien Press Ltd is an imprint of O'Brien
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