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Dare to Dream Irish People Who Took on the World (and Won!)

Written by Sarah Webb

Illustrated by Graham Corcoran

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Dare to Dream Irish People Who Took on the World (and Won!) Synopsis

'Dream big. You can't put a limit on your dreams because nothing is impossible.' Katie Mullan, Ireland Hockey Captain Are you ready to be inspired? Open this book and discover a world of courage, bravery and adventure. Adventurers, explorers, inventors, dreamers.... for a small country Irish people have had a huge impact internationally. From helping street children in India, to saving Jewish children during World War II and exploring new worlds, their reach has been world-wide. From Michael Collins to Rosie Hackett, Lady Gregory to Tom Crean, this book celebrates the brave and daring Irish. Be inspired by some of Ireland's most daring and fearless men and women.

Dare to Dream Irish People Who Took on the World (and Won!) Press Reviews

a companion publication to the fantastic Blazing A Trail ... vivid portraits by Graham Corcoran ... Sarah Webb's accessible prose delivers key and fun facts. This title is a great addition to school bookshelves with lots of scope for further reading and project-based work ... discover ... be inspired * InTouch Magazine * incredible true-life stories ... concise one-page biographies of well-known and lesser-known figures from all walks of Irish history and contemporary life, from revolutionaries like Padraig Pearse and Elizabeth O'Farrell to rock-stars like Bono and Hozier. However, it is the lesser-known stories - like that of American Civil War soldier Albert DJ Cashier and adventurer Madam Dragonfly - that really sing. Graham Corcoran's chiselled portraits dominate suggestive background landscapes, which use a few key details to support Webb's pithy prose' * Irish Times * amazing lives that will inspire young dreamers ... provides plenty of inspiration for the country's next generation of movers and shakers * Evening Echo *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781788491273
Publication date: 21st October 2019
Author: Sarah Webb
Illustrator: Graham Corcoran
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 64 pages

About Sarah Webb

Sarah Webb is an award-winning children's writer. Her books include Blazing a Trail: Irish Women who Changed the World (illustrated by Lauren O'Neill) and A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea: Favourite Rhymes from an Irish Childhood (illustrated by Steve McCarthy), both winners of Irish Book Awards. She runs creative writing clubs for young writers, reviews children's books for the Irish Independent, and programmes children's and family events for book festivals and MoLI (Museum of Literature Ireland). She also works part-time in a children's bookshop. Passionate about bringing children and books together, Sarah was awarded the Children's Books Ireland Award ...

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