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Feile Fever

By (author) Joe O'Brien
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd, Dublin, Ireland
Published: 20th Jul 2009
Dimensions: w 130mm h 196mm d 13mm
Weight: 176g
Interest age: From 10 years
Reading age: From 10 years
ISBN-10: 1847171737
ISBN-13: 9781847171733
Barcode No: 9781847171733
Synopsis
Danny Wilde and his teammates are finding the Under-14s Division tough going. They've lost one of their best goal-scorers to injury and it looks like they'll have no chance of winning the County Feile! Could Todd, the new Australian kid, be the answer to their prayers? Todd's an Aussie Rules player - tough and skilful - but can he become a real GAA player in time? It's all to play for in the second book about GAA player Danny Wilde.

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'the story zips along at a cracking pace, never flags and yet manages to deal sensitively with issues that are now a reality for many children - issues such as marital break-up and drinking' 'suitable for senior classes in primary schools and as usual, O' -- In Touch Magazine 'a must for all young Gaelic fans' -- Sunday Independent 'the thorough research that Dublin author Joe O'Brien has invested in his GAA storyline pays dividends by giving sporting authenticity to a strong personality led plot ... a good crowd-pleaser for GAA fans aged nine-plus' -- Evening Echo 'O'Brien captures well the spirit of the GAA and of teenage boys in this tale of the outsider fitting in' 'The book is sure to cement Danny Wilde's place as a teenage literary hero' -- Books Ireland 'O'Brien's authentic depiction of exciting match action will be enjoyed by all young GAA fans' -- CBI Bookfest Guide 2009 'For GAA fans, the fast-paced and exciting Feile Fever by Joe O'Brien will hit the spot' -- Irish Independent 'an authentic celebration of youth, the GAA and the Feile' -- Irish Examiner