Mali a'r Môr Stormus
Mali a'r Môr Stormus
Mali a'r Môr Stormus
Mali a'r Môr Stormus
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Mali a'r Môr Stormus

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Oed 5-7 | Clawr caled | 32 tudalen | 250 x 250mm
Cyhoeddwyd Mehefin 2018  |  ISBN 9781912050123

Mae Mali’n deffro un bore a gweld bod ei thŷ yn wag. Mae ei thad wedi bod allan yn pysgota ar y môr stormus a heb ddod yn ôl o’i daith.

Mae Mali’n mynd â’r pethau mwyaf gwerthfawr sydd ganddi i lawr at yr harbwr – loced bres ac ynddi ugain o gregyn Mair, llun o’i thad, a’i doli annwyl, Megan, i’w cynnig i’r môr i ddod â’i thad yn ôl yn ddiogel.

Ond a fydd y môr stormus yn dod â’i thad yn ôl, a phob tad arall sydd ar y daith bysgota?

Stori hyfryd am ffydd, aberth a gobaith gan awdur a dylunydd fel tîm sydd wedi ennill gwobrau lu.

Ysgrifennwyd gan Malachy Doyle, darluniwyd gan Andrew Whitson.

Mae dros gant o lyfrau Malachy Doyle wedi cael eu cyhoeddi, o lyfrau bwrdd i’r plant lleiaf i nofelau afaelgar i ddarllenwyr yn eu harddegau. Mae wedi ennill nifer o wobrau pwysig, ac mae ei lyfrau wedi’u cyfieithu i ryw ddeg ar hugain o ieithoedd.

Yn ogystal â’r ddwy stori flaenorol yng nghyfres Mali, Mali a’r Môr Stormus a Mali a’r Morfil, rhai o’i deitlau diweddar eraill yw Miracle of Hanukkah, Rama and Sita, Jack and the Jungle a Big Bad Biteasaurus (Bloomsbury), Fug and the Thumps (Firefly), Cinderfella (Walker Books) a Ootch Cootch (Graffeg), wedi’i ddarlunio gan ei ferch, Hannah Doyle.

Daw Andrew Whitson o Belfast ac mae’n artist arobryn sy’n hoffi cael ei alw’n Mr Ando! Mae Mr Ando wedi darlunio dros ugain o lyfrau o dan ei enw ei hun. Y diweddaraf o’r rhain yw llyfrau cyfres Mali gyda Malachy Doyle, a chyfres arobryn Rita, sef llyfrau stori-a-llun, gyda Myra Zepf.

Adolygiadau:

‘Timeless and heart-warming, this tale speaks of love, sacrifice and hope. Doyles’
pitch-perfect writing pull us through the story with gentle, soothing tones inspiring the reader to look deeper, go further. Great care and consideration is given to depicting a vignette of the life of this small island girl. Using clear, concise language, he weaves the story with just the right amount of drama and nuance and conveys a message that everything will be all right. The stunning pictures by Whitson lend mood and atmosphere, with the use of light and colour adapting to each page.
The effect is simply magical. This is a wonder of a book; perfectly illustrated and loving told; one you will want to read and share again and again.’ Mary Esther Judy, Children’s Bookseller

‘This collaboration between Doyle and Whitson has produced a beautiful picturebook, accessible to all readers yet sophisticated enough to function on a number of meaningful levels. Themes of love and family abound in Doyle’s delicate prose that is emotive yet never sentimental. The story is wonderfully paced and resonates with the simplicity and power of a fable. Andrew Whitson’s illustrations not only support Malachy Doyle’s text, they elevate and enrich the story. His use of colour and the sense of movement captured in his figures is not only precise but vibrant and exhilarating. […] This is a timeless and enchanting fable about the power of faith, the price of sacrifice, and the joy of hope which will be read endlessly by children and adults alike.’ Children’s Books Ireland

‘Molly’s sense of fear and isolation is brilliantly portrayed on a double page spread which sees her on top of sand dunes, so tiny against the backdrop of the ocean. The illustrations throughout by Andrew Whitson are inspirational, warm and mellow, yet capturing the strength of the sea.’ Mary Arrigan, Irish Examiner

‘Malachy Doyle lives on an island off the coast of Donegal and his illustrator, Andrew Whitson, is also from the north of Ireland. Together they have produced a picture book full of emotion and atmosphere set in an Irish fishing village. Molly wakes up one night and realises that her father is missing. She knows he’s out on his fishing boat and there’s a storm brewing. But Molly has a plan. And maybe she can help bring her father home safely. A book about faith and hope.’ Irish Independent