Hands On History: The Easter Rising 1916 - Molly's Diary

by Patricia Murphy (author)

Suitable for 7 - 8 years

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A crossroads in Irish history. A girl caught in the crossfire. Stand at the heart of the legendary Easter Rising. It’s Easter Monday, 1916. But the people of Dublin aren’t all busy eating Easter eggs. A group of Irish nationalists have captured the Dublin Post Office and proclaimed that Ireland is now a republic. It’s a brave act of defiance against English rule. It’s also the start of a civil rebellion – with twelve-year-old Molly caught up on both sides….

  • A thrilling fictional diary from a best-loved series
  • Brings a key period in Irish history to gripping life
  • Vivid first-person account full of twists and turns
  • Essential Irish history made relevant and exciting

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Catalogue number

898 in Setanta Primary November 2020, 3066 in Schools Catalogue 2020/21 and 891 in Setanta Primary September 2020






Hands on History

Date published

March 6th, 2014

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 6.0; Middle years; 10.0 points



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  1. cupcake5
    on 5 May 2016

    read this as class novel and found it very confessing she just jumped from place to place with no explanation. good book but plenty of better 1916 books if you are really interested.

    2out of 5