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Cliffs of Moher and the Burren

My Ireland Activity Book

Written by Natasha Mac a'Bháird, Illustrated by Alan Nolan

A bright and fun-filled activity book set on the wild west coast of Ireland. Puzzles, games, colouring, stories and tons of interesting facts.

Dublin

My Ireland Activity Book

Written by Natasha Mac a'Bháird, Illustrated by Alan Nolan

A bright and fun-filled activity book set in Dublin. Puzzles, games, colouring, stories and tons of interesting facts.

Let's Colour Ireland!

Explore Ireland through your colouring pencils! With this fun variety of Irish landscapes, interesting characters and iconic places. Meet Fungi the Dolphin in Dingle and visit the Rock of Cashel. This is the perfect colouring book for children living in Ireland or visiting from abroad.

Best-Loved Irish Legends

Written by Eithne Massey, Illustrated by Lisa Jackson

Stories from long, long ago, part of an ancient oral tradition, handed down from generation to generation and written down by the Christian monks of medieval Ireland. In a handy pocket format.

Corazón de Irlanda, sus más bellas leyendas

Written by Eithne Massey, Illustrated by Lisa Jackson, Translated by Cruz Losada

A stunning illustrated Spanish language collection of Irish legends, including: The Salmon of Knowledge, How Cú Chulainn Got His Name, The Children of Lir, The King with Donkey’s Ears, Fionn and the Giant, The White Wolfhound, and Oisín.

Die Beliebtesten Irischen Sagen

Written by Eithne Massey, Illustrated by Lisa Jackson, Translated by Beate Brandt

A stunning illustrated German translation of Irish legends, including: The Salmon of Knowledge, How Cú Chulainn Got His Name, The Children of Lir, The King with Donkey’s Ears, Fionn and the Giant, The White Wolfhound, and Oisín.

Les Plus Belles Légendes Irlandaises

Written by Eithne Massey, Illustrated by Lisa Jackson, Translated by Svetlana Pironko

A stunning illustrated French translation of Irish legends, including: The Salmon of Knowledge, How Cú Chulainn Got His Name, The Children of Lir, The King with Donkey’s Ears, Fionn and the Giant, The White Wolfhound, and Oisín.

Le più belle Leggende Irlandesi

Written by Eithne Massey, Illustrated by Lisa Jackson, Translated by Francesca d'Angelo

A stunning illustrated Italian translation of Irish legends, including: The Salmon of Knowledge, How Cú Chulainn Got His Name, The Children of Lir, The King with Donkey’s Ears, Fionn and the Giant, The White Wolfhound, and Oisín.

Death in December

The story of Sophie Toscan du Plantier

Death in December is the fascinating and compelling story of how an independent and beautiful woman sought peace and sanctuary and instead found violence and the ultimate terror.

Cherokee

Gene's grandfather, Cherokee, is a famous jazz musician and Gene travels the world with him. He loves the life and his only ambition is to be a musician too. But his aunt is totally opposed to the idea ...

Celtic Magic Tales

Written by Liam Mac Uistin, Illustrated by Maria A Negrin

Four magical legends from Ireland's Celtic past vividly told - heroic quests, great deeds, fantasy and fun.

Out of Nowhere

A young boy wakes up in a strange location remembering only his name, and with all evidence of the outside world seemingly erased. What has happened? And who are the strange monks looking after him? A chilling science fiction adventure from a master storyteller.

The Black Widow

The Catherine Nevin Story

The incredible story of the murder which gripped the nation.

The Moon King

A young boy creates his own world to try to cope with his traumatic past.

Hidden Soldier

An Irish Legionnaire’s Wars from Bosnia to Iraq

The amazing bestseller about a young man driven by adrenalin of the most intense kind, who has cheated death on more than one occasion.
'A remarkable story of life and death in the world’s most dangerous war zones' - Irish Independent.

A Horse Called El Dorado

Pepe must flee from Colombia, leaving behind his favourite horse El Dorado, to Ireland, the birthplace of his father. What future awaits him there?