The priest's pig gets the most porridge.
In this illustrated collection of blarney from all over the Emerald Isle, no one escapes the barb: the clergy, the miser, the drinker, the foreigner, the chaste maiden and her lusty suitor. There is also humour and pride, faith and love ... and the odd word of caution.
Learn to banter like the Irish with these wise, witty and wicked sayings. And remember ...
It's a good story that fills the belly.
Seamus Cashman established Wolfhound Press Ltd in 1974 as a literary and cultural publishing house, and as publisher until 2001 won an international reputation for the press, earning many design, publishing and children's book awards over the years. A former teacher and book editor, his own published works include two co-edited and lasting volumes, Irish Poems for Young People and Proverbs and Sayings of Ireland. He is author of three poetry collections; That Morning Will Come, Carnival, and Clowns and Acrobats. He works as an independent publishing consultant.