Christmas In Ballyyahoo: Another Little Book From Ballyyahoo

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Synopsis

A funny Christmas Story about Biddy, the crime-fighting witch of Ballyyahoo.
Two villains disguised as Santa and Rudolph show up on Christmas Eve and steal all the presents away!

It’s up to Kevin and Gerry to save Christmas and they need help - magic help! But is there really a witch in Ballyyahoo?

When you own a Ballyyahoo book you get to visit the world of Ballyyahoo - by clicking the links inside the eBook - all free!

The site is packed with free stories, photographs, background information about the characters, animals, nature, and of course, the magic of Ballyyahoo.

CHRISTMAS IN BALLYYAHOO
If there’s one thing happier than a happy Christmas, it’s a happy Irish Christmas, but the happiest Christmas of all, is the one in the magical town of Ballyyahoo!

Ballyyahoo is a tiny town, hidden away on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Everyone loves Christmas in Ballyyahoo and this one was going to be the best one ever, until two villains disguised as Santa and Rudolph showed up on Christmas Eve and stole all the presents away!

It’s up to two boys, Kevin and Gerry, to save Christmas. Usually these boys spend their time lazing around swinging on a gate and playing tricks on the people of Ballyyahoo but stealing Christmas is serious!

The two boys set off on their bikes, desperately seeking Santa. But, when they get lost in the woods near the terrible town of Ballyuseless, Kevin and Gerry begin to wish they’d stayed at home.

After a perilous journey through Banshee infested countryside they eventually catch up on Santa and Rudolph, but these two villains have no intention of wishing anyone a happy Christmas, especially not anyone from Ballyyahoo. The only thing they want to wrap up for Christmas is Kevin and Gerry!

The two boys find themselves locked in a box, on a boat, in the middle of the wild Irish Sea. There’s only one person that can help them and that’s the wonderful Witch of Ballyyahoo - but will she get there in time?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Grace Jolliffe was born and brought up in Toxteth, Liverpool. Her mother was a Liverpudlian and her father an Irish immigrant who took the cattle boat with his brothers to follow the emigration trail to Liverpool in the 1950’s.

The family became returning emigrants when they moved back to Wicklow in Ireland when Grace was a teenager.

She now lives with her husband in Galway where she is busy writing and gardening. She writes for adults as well as children and enjoys both equally.

Her first novel, Piggy Monk Square, (for adults) was originally published by Tindal Street Press and was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writer’s prize.

Grace’s writing has been widely published in both magazines and newspapers, and she has also written for television and film. Her short films have won several awards at
film festivals.

Her children’s stories were regularly broadcast on RTE One, Ireland’s National Radio Station. Grace loves nature. Gardening and hill walking are two of her favourite pastimes. She would love to see more children enjoying themselves outdoors and always tries to encourage this in her stories.

CATEGORIES

Kids Christmas stories
Horror and ghost stories
Humour children’s fiction
Scary stories for kids
Ghost stories for kids
Free stories for children

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