Tach and the Cosanthor

(3 customer reviews)


Meet Tach, the tremendous, trustworthy, totally terrific turtle! Tach is teaming up with his friends Kaw and Turwa for a new and exciting adventure! Tach is in a spot of bother. He wants to play games with his friends, but he’s terrified of getting hurt. He much prefers Story Time with Saltur. After all, nobody ever got hurt listening to a story, right?

When Anya interrupts Story Time with a warning of dangers to come, Tach is accidentally swept up in the adventure of a lifetime! Set in ancient times, Tach learns to deal with life’s fears through hurling, being taught by one of the last great warriors, a Cosanthor called Renba.




Tach and the Cosanthor is a children’s hurling book. It is the first book in a 5 part series. 

  • Age: 6-11yrs
  • Grade: 1-5
  • Series: Tach the Hurler (Book 1)
  • Paperback: 154 pages
  • Publisher: The Wadi Tribe Publishing House (2020)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-9993703-7-4
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg

Audio CD, Board Book, Hardcover, Large Print, Loose Leaf, Paperback

3 reviews for Tach and the Cosanthor

  1. Mandi Kingsbury

    ❤️Tach and the Consanthor! Bravo a gorgeously fast and addictive story!
    Can see why it is so popular! 👍🏻

  2. B (verified owner)

    This is a wonderful book about a little turtle who discovers who he really is, with a big twist!
    Great story for your little ones.

  3. Gerry O’Leary

    Tach and the Cosanthor is a beautifully illustrated children’s book. It’s a storybook about three green ‘giddy-kiddy’ turtles surviving the trials and tribulations of living, playing and surviving in the forest, and their fear of other dangerous animals!

    Tach (the main turtle character) along with his besties, Kaw and Turwa have many colorful friends from their animal world who support them in their endeavor to defeat the wolves. So, the story grippingly unfolds with an almighty battle using ‘hurley sticks’ (of ancient and legendary Irish GAA sporting life) to defeat their scary enemies!

    The author had a great grasp of descriptive ‘kiddy’ language. The story is funny, exciting and thoroughly engaging, and the colorful illustrations add life and energy to the story.

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