Amy, a little robin, is alone and has to fend for herself. She decides to build a nest, but she doesn't know how!
Muckeen loves being dirty and muddy. And he loves his food. But when he is taken to market Muckeen does not like it at all! Still, Muckeen is a smart pig too and he finds a way out!
Tom just HATES wearing shoes! He has such fun with his bare toes. But then the snow comes …
Charlie assembles a strange-looking bike from old bits and pieces - not exactly cool, but full of character - which changes his life!
Dublin boxer Sparrow McCabe has the World Featherweight title for the taking: but he can't throw that final punch and suddenly it’s all over. Fast forward fifteen years and Sparrow is working as a driver for gangsters. But when murder enters the picture, there's a new fight he can't afford to lose.
Appearing daily in the Irish Times for over forty years, the Simplex crossword has attracted a devoted following.
Sarah becomes involved in spying for Michael Collins during the War of Independence.
Sinead has decided what she will be when she's big – a fireman. There are no women fireman everyone tells her, but Sinead doesn't listen …
Sinead wants to learn dancing, but what type? Irish dancing? Ballet? Sinead just doesn't fit in. What can she do?
Katie just loves her pet caterpillars. Then she goes on holiday and can't wait to greet them on her return. To her dismay they have changed! Who wants silly old butterflies as pets? Not our Katie …
Tom would love to have his very own garden and Dad arranges it for him. But Tom is impatient. Things are not growing fast enough for him …
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Gangland! investigates who is pulling the strings behind the scenes - the families that form the Irish mafia - and examines the way in which their net has spread across Ireland and beyond.
An updated version of this essential book taking the story right up to the present. All major events from the 1970s to today covered in great detail.
A high-flying executive, to all appearances happily married with a child, goes to extremes of duplicity to hide his homosexuality.
Benny suffers a severe blow to his pride when he meets Babe. He may be a wise guy, but she is at least three steps ahead of him, and they are on her territory.
In 1857 the old Irish clans struggled desperately to hold on to their lands against Queen Elizabeth, who also had the Spanish Armada to worry about. Could this be Hugh O'Donnell's opportunity to escape from Dublin Castle?