LIFFEY FOR LIBRARIANS
CLICK ON A SILHOUETTE OF THESE LIFFEY RIVERS IRISH DANCERS. MAKE PAPER DOLLS, DECORATIONS.
"Each one is a delightful read for dancers, lovers of
Ireland and lovers of a good mystery, and a great way for
kids to learn a bit more about Irish and other cultures."
During my summer break, I read Liffey Rivers: In the Shadow of the Serpent by
Brenna Briggs and it was really good. It’s the fourth book in the series. Liffey Rivers
and her Aunt Jean set out on another adventure, this time in South Africa. But with
her long lost mom in the hospital and her dad with her, Mr. Rivers doesn’t know that
his daughter is in Africa on a safari. With a feis only a few days away, is someone out
for Liffey this time with a deadly snake? This story kept me asking questions every
minute. If you like Irish dance or mysteries, I would definitely recommend this book.
Chicago Irish American News Columnist
"...all of you who enjoyed Nancy
Drew, Trixie Belden and Hardy Boys
stories as a child, you will really love
these books – even as an adult!"
Celtic Women International
An innovative film that looks Irish
dancing right in the eye--good and
bad, at a World's competition in
Scotland. Kind of an 'Agony and
PLEASE DO NOT USE ANY
OF THESE DANCERS AS
YOUR LOGO AS THEY ARE
USE IS ENCOURAGED.
"Brenna Briggs writes with flair and
passion, and her novels fill a
yawning, gaping hole in literature
for Irish-American girls. Write
on, Ms. Briggs! We can't wait for
the rest of Liffey's adventures!"
Irish Culture Editor
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