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For my site., I have two wonderful Non-fiction books relating to the Irish.... Donated by John Huntsman Publishing. by Donated by John Huntsman Publishing.
I, Also, have a wonderful M.G./YA/Adult Book about one of the amazing stories provided by Wild Horse Books!
An examination of the legacy of the Caribbean Irish, who few know were some of the earliest settlers in the British West Indies.
The Caribbean Irish explores the little known fact that the Irish were amongst the earliest settlers in the Caribbean. They became colonisers, planters and merchants living in the British West Indies between 1620 and 1800 but the majority of them arrived as indentured servants. This book explores their lives and poses the question, were they really slaves? As African slaves started arriving en masse and taking over servants’ tasks, the role of the Irish gradually diminished. But the legacy of the Caribbean Irish still lives on.
Miki Garcia has an MA in journalism from City University London, and works as a journalist and research writer for various publications and think-tanks. She's lived and worked in Africa, Asia, Europe and the USA and is the author of Rebuilding London: Irish Migrants in Post-War Britain, History Press, 2016. Originally from London, Garcia currently lives in The Netherlands.
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Fairies: A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk by Morgan Daimler
Paperback, 264 pages | ISBN: 1782796509 | (ISBN13: 9781782796503)
Published December 8th 2017 by Moon Books
The subject of fairies in Celtic cultures is a complex one that seems to endlessly intrigue people. What exactly are fairies? What can they do? How can we interact with them? Answering these questions becomes even harder in a world that is disconnected from the traditional folklore and flooded with modern sources that are often vastly at odds with the older beliefs. This book aims to present readers with a straightforward guide to the older fairy beliefs, covering everything from Fairyland itself to details about the beings within it. The Otherworld is full of dangers and blessings, and this guidebook will help you navigate a safe course among the Good People.
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About Morgan Daimler
Morgan Daimler teaches classes and writes about Irish myth and magical practices, fairies, and related subjects. Morgan's writing has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies including Pagan Dawn, Air n-Aithesc, and Naming the Goddess. Morgan is also the author of a variety of fiction and non-fiction books including the urban fantasy/paranormal romance series Between the Worlds, and through Moon Books a selection including bestsellers Fairy Witchcraft, Pagan Portals: The Morrigan, and Pagan Portals: Brigid
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This is written, primarily, for the young but the young at heart will truly enjoy it too. I was so happy to discover these authors who write stories about various types of horses, addressing great information and different dilemmas with them.
Freedom: An Arabian Horse Novel (Wonder Horse Book Five) by Victoria Hardesty and Nancy Perez
Website |Victoria Hardesty and Nancy PerezAuthors of Action, Adventure and Suspense with Arabian Horses
Victoria Hardesty has bred, owned and shown Arabian horses for more than 30 years. She and her husband operated their own training facility serving many young people that loved and showed their own horses. She is the author of numerous articles in horse magazines, was the editor of two Arabian Horse Club newsletters, one of which was given the Communications Award of the Year by the Arabian Horse Association at their national convention. An avid reader from childhood, she read every horse story she could get her hands on.
Nancy Perez spent 30 years in advertising writing, creating and editing advertising content. She's a passionate reader, wrote for herself, and decided it was time to step up into a novel. As Victoria's best friend, she was frequently exposed to the Arabian horse and showing world. Best friends for more than 50 years, they teamed up to write a series of books about kids and their Arabian horses.
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