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Punching Above their Weight

The Irish Olympic Boxing Story

An account of the history, heritage, successes and failures of Irish boxing. Incorporating interviews with key players including Gary Keegan, Billy Walsh, Katie Taylor, boxers past and present and people closely associated with the sport.

Puifín Beag agus an Ubh

Written by Gerry Daly and Erika McGann, Translated by Muireann ní Chíobháin

Tá puifín beag cabhrach ina cónaí ar Sceilg Mhichíl.

Nuair a thagann sí ar ubh atá ar strae, tá an puifín ar a dícheall an ubh a thabhairt abhaile go dtína nead féin.

Ach leis an ngaoth ag séideadh agus an ubh ag sleamhnú síos an cnoc beidh cúnamh ag teastáil ó ainmhithe Sceilg Mhichíl chun an ubh a thabhairt abhaile slán!

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Puffling and the Egg

Written by Gerry Daly and Erika McGann

When Puffling finds a lost egg on Skellig Michael, she sets off to return the egg to its nest!
She travels all over the island searching the owner of this stray egg, meeting lots of new friends along the way ... but who lost this mystery egg? And what kind of baby animal is going to hatch from it?

Public Virtue, Public Love

An illustrated history of the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin.

The Priest Hunters

The True Story of Ireland's Bounty Hunters

Ireland in the aftermath of Cromwell – during this period Catholicism and nationalism became linked and priests were outlawed. The Priest Hunters shines a light on four of the men who hunted them: Sean na Sagart, Edward Tyrrell, Barry Lowe and John Garzia, the most hated men in Ireland.

The Port Wine Stain

Written by Patrick Boyle, Introduced by Benedict Kiely

Introduced by Benedict Kiely



Twelve of Patrick Doyle's best stories which draws equally on his three collections. Includes a recognised masterpiece, Leles Vulgaris, in which the badger's fight assumes epic proportions, and presents other memorable accounts of people living with and in spite of forces at work in an elemental world.

The Pooka Party

A madcap tale of what to do if you feel sad and lonely, starring one shapeshifting hero with some musical monsters, flying cakes and a guest appearance by the Moon.

The Poison Throne

Written by and Illustrated by Celine Kiernan, Illustrated by Finbarr O'Connor

A Friend. A Father. A Kingdom. Which one would you sacrifice? This gothic tale of intrigue, adventure and romance follows Wynter Moorehawke as she is forced to make choices for herself, her family and country, and discover who, if anyone, she can really trust.

The Poison Factory

When Gaz loses his football and his little brother there's nothing for it but to go into the spooky chemical factory to get them back!
But Kanker & Byle is no ordinary factory. Gaz and his friends soon find themselves up to their necks in trouble.

Point to Point

The Heart of Irish Horse Racing

Written by Healy Racing and Richard Pugh

The true grassroots of Irish horse racing, Point-to-Point tracks are transformed from farmland by dedicated volunteers into temporary racetracks. Photographer Pat Healy and writer Richard Pugh introduce the riders, handlers, venues and famous horses that give Irish point-to-pointing such a unique spirit.

The Players' Advice

Tips and Tactics from GAA Stars

With advice from over 100 of the top footballers, hurlers and camogie players in a range of areas such as gym, nutrition, routine, lifestyle, skill development, mindset and preparation.

Plain Jane

When does being stuck become ... unstuck?

At nearly 16, Jane has lived in the shadow of her little sister Emma’s cancer diagnosis for over three years. Nobody really cares that her life is stuck in neutral; she is finding it difficult to care herself ...

Picturebook Bundle

Four great hardback picture books from Irish creators, all at a super web-only price. 

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Dorian Gray, an extraordinarily beautiful youth, looks at his newly-painted portrait and despairs at the thought of how time will alter his looks. If only he could be beautiful forever - yes, he would give his soul for that! Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece in a beautiful new edition.

Philomena Begley

My Life, My Music, My Memories

Philomena Begley takes us from her happy beginnings as a bread-man’s daughter in Pomeroy through the devastating loss of her brother Patsy and the risks of touring Ireland at the height of the Troubles, right up to her fiftieth anniversary in show business in 2012 – her ‘gold and silver days’.

 

Peter Pearson's Decorative Dublin

Peter Pearson's Decorative Dublin is a feast for the eye, celebrating the city's decorative surfaces in ironwork, brickwork, stone, glass, plaster, its fanlights, doors and windows…and more.