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by Muireann Ní Chiobhain

Eoinín has a beautiful new kite. But making it fly is a tricky business! Little ones will love helping Eoinín in this fun, interactive adventure.

Author: Screenwriter, creator and performer, Muireann Ní Chíobháin is passionate about creating and writing stories for young audiences. Creator and Lead Writer of RTÉjr series 'Dig In Diner' and 'Mr. Mender and The Chummyjiggers', Muireann specialises in writing for young audiences. She has written shows such as 'Twigín', 'The Adventures of Muc', 'Spraoi', ‘Tell Me A Story’, ‘Story Time’, and ‘Shhh It’s Quiet Time’ on RTÉjr. For big people, Muireann is currently writing on new animation series 'Mya Go' for Piranha Bar (RTÉjr) and 'Jessy and Nessy' for Jam Media (Amazon). This is her second book with Futa Fata.

Illustrator: Roisin Hahessy is an Irish Illustrator currently based in Portugal. She grew up in Ireland and she spent her childhood drawing, colouring and painting. Shortly after graduating at an animation college in Dublin, she began working in television, creating graphics and animations.In 2015 Róisín moved to Brazil, giving her more freedom and time to focus on what she really loves, and was able to develop her portfolio and illustration style. Her inspiration comes from all around; her dreams (sometimes very strange dreams!) play a big part, and also simple things that she sees in everyday life. She works mainly digitally, but when she needs a break from the screen or just time to relax, she loves to pick up a pencil and draw.

14 pages.

ISBN: 9781910945728

€ 8.95  Save €0.99 (RRP €9.94)

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Date of Publication: 03/06/2021

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