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A Dublin Christmas

 14.95

by Nicola Colton

A Dublin Christmas

To Orla, Christmas means Gran, so when it looks like Gran won’t make it this year, everything feels a lot less festive. And with Christmas spirit everywhere at an all-time low, the whole of Dublin is in darkness.

But then the fairy lights on Orla’s Christmas tree come to life and take her on an enchanting adventure to the National Library, Grafton Street, Stephen’s Green and the GPO. Together, Orla and her new friends attempt to restore the meaning of Christmas and holiday cheer…

A heart-warming festive story that brings Dublin at Christmas to life.

About the Author

Nicola Colton is an Irish author-illustrator living in Bristol and is the creator of the popular ‘People of Bristol’. Her work has featured in editorials, print and web campaigns for clients such as Boots UK and Fáilte Ireland.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 12.8 × 2.6 × 19.7 cm

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