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Established in 2009, A Raven Above Press is an eclectic small press with selections ranging from Celtic, folklore and thought-provoking art. A Raven Above Press specializes in the handmade process and limited print runs. A Raven Above Press is also the publisher of Celtic Family Magazine and has been the major sponsor for unique shows and exhibits including: Bringing the Circle Together: A Native American Film Series, the Los Angeles St. David's Day Festival-National Day of Wales, and the Asian Pacific Islander-Native American Heritage Festival.
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Learn Welsh Now: A Beginner's Guide to Everyday Welsh
Learn Welsh Now: A Beginners Guide to Everyday Welsh is a Book and Audio Lesson set that teaches the Welsh Language in a fun and interesting way. The set consists of a course book and downloadable Audio tracks where Jason Shepherd (of The Learn Welsh Podcast) teaches you how to pronounce and remember Welsh words and phrases that can be used in everyday situations. Each unit includes examples of conversations, quizzes and revision questions to help you learn the Welsh Language easily and effectively. Published by Choir of Giants Press.
The Children's Voice: A Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes
The Children's Voice by Peter Anthony Freeman features over 27 different artists from the US and Wales bridged together to create the most cherished and timeless Welsh nursery rhyme book imagined.
The Children's Voice includes an all-star cast of illustrators from Nathan Wyburn (Abergavenny, UK) jamming Y Broga Bach on toast, Anthony Richards of (Ammanford, UK) dripping Bwrw Glaw, and Siobhan Owen rendering Fuoch chi Rioed yn Morio?, and many more!
Freeman is at his best revealing the origin and background of the Welsh rhymes, providing the reader with meaningful insight into Welsh family dynamics and how social and economic factors impacted the roots of the stories told.
New from A Raven Above PressCeltic Family Magazine #6 Winter Issue 2015
Winter 2015 #6
The Winter Issue #6 features exclusive interviews with Canada’s most celebrated Celtic trio The Once, Scottish artist Jennifer McRae, author Mindy Johnson talks about J.M. Barrie and the Celtic origin of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, Scottish Book Trust (stories of home and treasures from Scotland), and stories on Cad Goddeau (Battle of the Trees), Celtic body paint and adornment, Celtic cartoons and comics, Sheep Dogs, the Irish Colcannon, Celtic knots, and spotlights on the Tucson Celtic and Highland Festival, and much more! Plus special coverage on the 2015 Celtic Family Magazine Readers' Choice nominees.
A Boy Born from Mold and Other Delectable Morsels by Lorin Morgan-Richards contains seven delightfully bleak stories, beginning with Ruin (or Rune proper), who through extraordinary circumstances comes to moldy life in an old battered quilt left in the corner of a basement. Readers should also examine other characters like Zoog, a young vampire, whose intolerance to blood causes bouts of gas and bloating, much to his parents' distaste. This paperback edition features two new stories 'The Rare Benign Belbow' and "Willy Nillee and the Red-Tailed Squirrel'. Illustrated by the author. 50 pages.
CELT (available only in Canada & the USA) by Meinir Gwilym
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