Dublin City Libraries Children Events and Reading Lists

Date/Time: 
2014-01-23 ~ 2014-02-16

Irish and Chinese people share the love of storytelling. Two of Dublin’s finest storytellers, Seosamh O Maólalaí and Aideen McBride tell Chinese-inspired stories for schoolchildren in the local libraries of Ballyfermot, Walkinstown, Marino, Ringsend, Coolock, Donaghmede and City centre on 5th and 6th February – details below.

Library Branch Time Date and Weekday Storyteller
Ballyfermot 10am Thu 6th Feb Seosamh O Maolalai
Central 10am Thu 6th Feb Aideen McBride
Coolock 10am Wed 5th Feb Aideen McBride
Donaghmede 12pm Wed 5th Feb Aideen McBride
Ringsend 12pm Thu 6th Feb Aideen McBride
Walkinstown 12pm Thu 6th Feb Seosamh O Maolalai

Also on Sat 8th Feb 11am in Raheny Library (Tel: 01 8315521), Storyteller Aideen McBride will entertain all the family with tales from Irish and Chinese traditions. In Central Library (Tel: 01 8734333), Artist Kitty Rogers will lead: Chinese Lanterns and Crafts Workshop.

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Cover of the novel Black Beauty, first edition 1877, published by London: Jarrold and Sons

BlackBeautyCoverFirstEd1877