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with Siobhan McKenna.
Patricia Lynch is one of Ireland's greatest writers for children, and Siobhan McKenna has chosen to tell one of her most famous stories. The Turf-cutter's Donkey. It is about the strange adventures of two children who live far away on a lonely peat-bog.
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