Giolla na Leisce:Leabhar Pictiúr le Barry Wilkinson



Pictiúrleabhar a d'aistrigh Diarmuid Ó Murchú go Gaeilge in 1969. Insítear sa leabhar seo scéal 'Lazy Jack' ó English Fairy Tales de chuid Joseph Jacobs, agus is aoibhinn na léaráidí a sheasann i dteannta na bhfocal. This picture book was translated to Irish in 1969 by Diarmuid Ó Murchú. Here, the funny tale of Lazy Jack is from Joseph Jacobs' English Fairy Tales, and the illustrations are wonderful. Retells the adventures of the lazy boy who could never do anything right but became rich in spite of himself.

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