A Tale Cooked up in IrelandBook - 1999
When the village of Crookhaven faces its doom for having upset the local witch, Kate O'Sullivan decides to set things right'and almost gets her family hanged in the process! Now with both a king and a witch angry at them, Kate valiantly fights for her family's lives the only way she knows how'with a good story. She pulls out all the stops trying to appease His Majesty, recounting tales of ravenous giants, wise-cracking sea serpents, and lovesick leprechauns running amok. But time is running out. Will the king's patience as well?It's all up to Kate and her magical way with words.Hudson Talbott, creator of the popular Tales of King Arthur books, was inspired by his visit to Ireland to spin this brand new adventure story and his glorious paintings bring the island and his valiant heroine to life.
Publisher: New York : Putnam's, c1999.
Branch Call Number: j PO TALBOTT
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : color (some color) ; 26 cm.
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