Those of use who lay claim to Gaelic blood have found Things Celtic to be comfortingly discerning and artful about their wares, but nothing has grown as much as their book section. You need not have Irish or even Celt in you to appreciate that its inventory has tripled in a year (the music section merely doubled, and the sword collection is impressive), and its kids titles are remarkably entertaining and educational. From fairy tales to songbooks, and hands-on craft books, we whiled away an hour, finally deciding on paper doll books of Irish step-dancers, a pennywhistle, and a biography of William Wallace, the real Braveheart.
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