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Part of the series of short books from Open Door for readers who are developing skills, and now they have been translated into Irish for the first time with the support of the Council for Gaeltacht Education and Gaelscolaíochta and are great for people who are learning Irish
Dublin, in the year 1972. Ruaidy and Pancho are teenagers, born and raised in the Northport area. Ruaidí is at the top of the class, and is excellent at maths. Pancho has a whole other talent – finding sums of money, rather than making sums. Ruaidí's parents are running the local Credit Union. Pancho's father hangs out in the city's pubs every payday. The boys' lives are day and night, but they are close friends nonetheless. One day, while delivering a newspaper as usual, Ruaidí walks into the place where a robbery took place. That's how thieves broke into the house of the 'old women of East Port', two elderly sisters. But the thieves left money behind. Ruaidí and Pancho have a big choice to make...