There is more excitement at this feis than Liffey Rivers could have ever imagined! Will she finally win a 1st place in her soft shoe jig (her best dance) and get her very own solo dress at last? Or will she get a "good, but not good enough" 2nd or 3rd place? And who is that man Liffey sees standing by the elevators with the streak of white hair running down the back of his head (like a skunk) and what is he up to?
There is more intrigue in London than 13-year-old Irish dancer Liffey Rivers could have ever imagined! How will she tell the smug-looking
security guard at the National Portrait Gallery that something is
WRONG with one of the portraits of Queen Elizabeth I, hanging in the
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The ancient Irish believed that people were affected by the cycles of the moon and that the moon can be linked to intuition and has real power over the deeds of men.
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