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Molly and the Lighthouse

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by Malach Doyle & Andrew Whitson

‘This latest adventure in the ‘Molly’ series of picture books is an action-packed story, but with all the gentleness we have come to love about this little island girl. One night, Molly realises the lighthouse isn’t working, wakes up her friend Dylan, and sets off to help. But will Molly and Dylan be able to get the light working again in time to save their father’s fishing boats? A little hair-raising and utterly heart-warming, this book is a gem in both words and pictures.’ Myra Zepf, Arts Council Northern Ireland

 

 

 

Molly and the Lighthouse

One night, Molly realises the lighthouse isn’t working, wakes up her friend Dylan, and sets off to help. But will Molly and Dylan be able to get the light working again in time to save their father’s fishing boats?

The third book in the highly successful Molly series by award-winning author Malachy Doyle and illustrator Andrew Whitson is a tale of bravery and teamwork.

About the Authors

Malachy Doyle grew up by the sea in Northern Ireland, and after living in Wales for many years has returned to Ireland. Malachy has had well over a hundred books published, from pop-up books for toddlers to gritty teenage novels. Over the years he has won many prestigious book awards, and his work is available in around thirty languages. As well as the two previous stories in the Molly series, Molly and the Stormy Sea and Molly and the Whale, his recent books include The Miracle of HanukkahRama and SitaJack and the Jungle and Big Bad Biteasaurus (Bloomsbury), Fug and the Thumps (Firefly Press), Cinderfella (Walker Books) and Ootch Cootch (Graffeg), which is illustrated by his daughter, Hannah Doyle.

Andrew Whitson is an award-winning artist and Belfast native who likes to be called Mr. Ando! He lives in an old house which is nestled discreetly on the side of a misty hill; at the edge of a magic wood, below an enchanted castle in the shadow of a giant’s nose. His house looks down over Belfast Harbour where the Titanic was built and up at the Belfast Cavehill where an American B-17 Flying Fortress bomber plane once crashed during World War II!

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 9 × 1 × 14 cm