Where's Larry? by Phillip Barrett


Where's Larry? by Phillip Barrett

Follow Larry the Leprechaun around Ireland, and see if you can find him in Newgrange, at the Rock of Cashel and in Dublin's St Patrick's Day Parade! But it won't be easy: he is hiding in the middle of Irish dancers, traditional musicians, climbers, tourists, hurlers and many others. You can look for Larry in the following locations: * The Cliffs of Moher * Galway Bay * Croagh Patrick * The Giant's Causeway * Newgrange * Croke Park * St Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin * College Green * Glendalough * The Rock of Cashel * Puck Fair, Killorglin * Bunratty Castle Great fun for all the family.


a great book for kids and adults -- RaisingIreland.com incredibly vibrant and detailed -- RaisingIreland.com a bit like Where's Wally but it's better -- RaisingIreland.com we rate this book a nine out of ten because it's just very fun -- RaisingIreland.com a great gift to send away to all of those Irish nieces, nephews and loved ones living abroad -- RaisingIreland.com a warm and humorous homage to all things Irish and all in all, a great book -- RaisingIreland.com budding explorers will love this Irish themed book -- Maternity & Infant Magazine 'a fun way to learn something about Ireland

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About the Author

Philip Barrett is an illustrator, designer and comic artist originally from Co. Donegal and currently living in Dublin. He has been self-publishing comics since 2001, including writing and drawing 9 issues of his catch-all title 'Matter' and contributing to numerous anthologies. In 2010 the Verbal Arts Centre in Derry published Philip's 'best-of' collection 'The Human in Me'. He is a co-founder of Edition Book Arts which celebrates the craft of the book and self-publishing as well as organising the 'Summer Edition' Fairs. In his artwork, his particular fascination is documenting the collision between the worlds of the fantastical and the mundane.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 5


Phillip Barrett
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O'Brien Press Ltd

Publication date

11th June 2012



Publisher Profile

O'Brien Press Ltd is an imprint of O'Brien


The O'Brien Press is Ireland's leading general publisher of both adult and children's books. Our list covers a huge range, including biography, humour, photography, history, art, fiction, politics, cookery, sport, music, memoir, true crime and travel and we are constantly expanding into new and exciting areas.

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