Ruaidhri's Story ISBN: 978-1-9997428-9-8

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Moycullen Heritage - Cumann Staire Ruaidhrí Ui Flaitheartaigh

Moycullen Heritage Book - Rory's story

Ruaidhrí’s Story: How Moycullen got its name is a book illustrated by the 6th class pupils of the four Moycullen National Schools. It is based on the mythological story of how our area got its name according the great Moycullen born historian Ruaidhrí Ó Flaitheartaigh. The story appears in his history of West or Iar Connacht but his most famous publication is known as the Ogygia. The boys and girls were given a story board and allowed to use their imagination to illustrate it and this fantastic publication is the result. Not only is the story told in one language but in a trilingual publication written in English, Irish and Polish.

As Moycullen is in a Gaeltacht area, everything we do as a group, we do bilingually and, as such, are part of the local Plean Teanga. Maigh Cuilinn. We are aware that we also have others of different heritage living in our community and would like them to feel included and know about the place in which they have chosen to live and this is where the idea of a tri-lingual book came about.

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The book costs €10 + €3.00 postage to Ireland and the UK. Its + €6.00 to the rest of the world. Books will be posted within 24 hours of orders being recieved.


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Sophie in San Jose enjoys Ruaidhrí's Story

Sophie in San Jose enjoys Ruaidhrí’s Story


This page was added on 17/12/2018.

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  • Sophie was over today and as you can see she was engrossed in reading Ruaidhri’s Story. She has been reading Harry Potter books lately and she found this story to be of interest along the same lines. I certainly found it very interesting as well. I can’t believe the quality of the works that your volunteer society put out.
    Brian, San Jose, California, USA

    By Brian (22/01/2019)

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