Award winning author Morgan Llywelyn to visit the library

Clare County Library

6-7 May

Visit to Killaloe Public Library

Clare County Library, as part of the Brian Ború millennium commemoration, is delighted to welcome award-winning author Morgan Llywelyn to Killaloe Public Library. Morgan will give two talks at the library in Killaloe. The first, an event for adults, will take place on Tuesday 6th May at 8pm when she will give a talk on Brian Ború, 1014 and the Battle of Clontarf. This is a free event and all are welcome. On Wednesday 7th May at 11am she will give a talk to 5th and 6th class pupils from pre-booked local schools who have already read a selection of her books on the same topic. The library is particularly proud to host Morgan as they have invited the whole county to read her novels 'Lion of Ireland', historical fiction for adults, and 'Brian Boru: Emperor of the Irish', an historical novel for children, as part of the One County One Book initiative launched recently.

Historian and novelist Morgan Llywelyn was born in New York City, but after the death of her husband and parents in 1985 returned to Ireland to take up citizenship in the land of her grandparents and make her permanent home here. Her fiction has received several awards including winner of the Irish Children's Book Trust Bisto Award in 1991 for 'Brian Boru: Emperor of the Irish' while 'Lion of Ireland' is a New York Times bestseller. She has sold more than 40 million copies of her works and she herself is recipient of the 1999 Exceptional Celtic Woman of the Year Award from Celtic Women International. Her latest book '1014: Brian Boru & the Battle for Ireland' is an exciting and accessible account of the life of Brian Ború and the battle that changed the course of Irish history. It is available, along with the books mentioned above at branches of Clare County Library. For more details please phone 065-6821616/6846350 or visit the Clare Library website.

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