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Irish Cooking

At last a definitive, entertaining and easy to use Irish cook book bursting with the colours and flavours of Irish food.

Last Man Standing

Hurling Goalkeepers

What is it that makes a hurling goalie tick? Why would anybody be mad enough to take the loneliest position on the pitch? With unique access to many of Ireland's top players, Christy O'Connor reveals their drive, failures and triumphs.

De Valera in America

The Rebel President’s 1919 Campaign.

Reveals an intriguing and largely unknown episode in the career of Ireland’s most famous politician – the incredible journey that would resonate through Irish history for the rest of the century.

Kathleen Clarke

Revolutionary Woman

A compelling and genuine first hand account of an activist during the most exciting and turbulent period of Irish history – the only first person account of 1916 ever published.

Joe Cahill

A Life in the IRA

'I was born in a united Ireland, I want to die in a united Ireland.'
Born in Belfast in 1920, Joe Cahill has been an IRA man motivated by this ambition all his life. Here Cahill gives his full and frank story.

Tales From the Home Farm

Live More, Spend Less, Grow Your Own Food

Five years ago Michael Kelly chucked in the corporate life to try his hand at ‘the good life’. It’s the most rewarding thing he ever did – and you could do it too.

I Was a Boy in Belsen

Tomi Reichental, who lost 35 members of his family in the Holocaust and was the subject of the documentary “Till The Tenth Generation”, gives his account of being imprisoned as a child at Belsen concentration camp.

Food To Love

Written by Edward Hayden, Photographs by Carol Marks

Whether you're looking for something simple and delicious to cook on a week night, light bites for a family get-together, or something more elaborate for dinner party, then this book has the perfect recipe for you!

 

The Irish Dad's Survival Guide to Pregnancy [& Beyond]

David Caren delivers a long ‘overdue’ practical, straight-talking pregnancy guide for Irish expectant dads – all from a dad’s perspective. Combining real-life experiences from a fraternity of Irish fathers, tried-and-tested tips and expert views.

Boycott

Boycott – a word whose meaning is known the world over. But it once belonged to a man. Two brothers, Owen and Thomas Joyce take conflicting stands in the struggle with injustice in a country striven by the Land War.

Big Jim

Jim Larkin and the 1913 Lockout

Written by Rory McConville, By (artist) Paddy Lynch

On August 26th 1913, the trams of Dublin stopped. Over the next four months, James Larkin would lead the workers of Dublin against William Martin Murphy and the Employers Federation in a conflict that would change the face of Irish society.

The 1970s

Ireland in Pictures

Written by and Photographed by Lensmen Photographic Archives

Ireland’s premier photographers, The Lensmen, captured the essence of life in Ireland during the 1970s in their stunning and thought provoking images. This collection offers a fascinating insight into the cultural and political events of the decade.

The 1980s

Ireland in Pictures

Written by and Photographed by Lensmen Photographic Archives

Ireland’s premier photographers, The Lensmen, captured the essence of life in Ireland during the 1980s in their stunning and thought provoking images. This collection offers a fascinating insight into the cultural and political events of the decade. Showcasing an era of change in Ireland, this book is a celebration of a time gone by.

Celtic Warrior

The Legend of Cú Chulainn

Written by and Illustrated by Will Sliney

An epic saga of greed, sorcery and one man’s heroic sacrifice. This unique and powerful graphic nove, by an artist/writer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, brings to life the legendary figure that is Cú Chulainn, Ireland's mythological hero. 

Irlande - Paysages Glorieux

Plus de 200 Belles Images

Written by and Photographed by Carsten Krieger, Introduced by Peter Harbison, Text by Muriel Bolger, Translated by Svetlana Pironko

An atmospheric collection of over 200 wonderful photographs showing the beauty and diversity of Ireland’s landscape.

Black '47: A Story of Ireland's Great Famine

A Graphic Novel

Written by and Illustrated by Damien Goodfellow

The story of The Great Hunger told as a graphic novel from the perspectives of Irish men, women and children from June 1847 onward. This graphic novel brings the suffering and immediacy of the Irish Famine to life through the combination of word and illustration.