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ISBN 978-1-906587-98-7     Arna fhoilsiú le cabhair ón gComhairle Ealaíon

Le René Goscinny agus Jean-Jacques Sempé     Leagan Gaeilge le Séamus Ó Coileáin

Le foilsú 2019     138 leathanach, clúdach bog, 138mm x 216mm     © IMAV Éditions      petitnicolas.com

NIOCLÁS BEAG : EACHTRAÍ EILE

 

Is é seo an dara cnuasach scéalta as Gaeilge ó Nioclás Beag. Níl ach cúis mhaith amháin le dul ar scoil — neart cairde a dhéanamh, ar ndóigh! Sin é an fáth gur breá le Nioclás s’againn dul ar scoil… agus is é am sosa an chuid is fearr den lá! Ach an le linn an tsosa nó le linn na ranganna is mó a bhíonn Nioclás agus a chairde ag spraoi? Is í sin an cheist a chuireann muintir na scoile orthu féin gach lá beo. Tá dalta a diongbhála faighte ag foireann na scoile i Nioclás Beag!

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This is the second collection of stories in Irish with Nioclás Beag. Going to school was invented so you could do one simple thing — make lots of friends, of course! And that’s why Nicolas really likes going to school… and the best bit is playtime. But is it during the breaks, or during the lessons, that Nicolas and his friends get to play? That’s what everyone in charge of the school ask themselves every day. With Nicolas and his gang always up to some mischief, their teachers have got their hands full!

ISBN 978-1-906587-98-7     Published with support from the Arts Council

By René Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempé    Translated by Séamus Ó Coileáin

Published in 2019    138 pages, paperback, 216mm x 138mm     © IMAV Éditions   petitnicolas.com

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