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The Journey

New and Selected Poems

Alice Taylor's poems have proved perennially popular. Some have been woven into her phenomenally successful memoirs, and she has published three previous books of poetry. Organized thematically, this substantial collection includes sections entitled "The Home Place", "A Village Romance", "Grief and Grace", and "Winter Ploughing."

The Moon Spun Round

W. B. Yeats for Children

Written by W. B. Yeats, Edited by and Introduced by Noreen Doody, Illustrated by Shona Shirley Macdonald

The Moon Spun Round takes children of all ages on an imaginative journey through W.B. Yeats’s poetry, folktales and childhood writing. Mysterious and beautiful illustrations spin out from Yeats’s haunting and enchanted words and rhythms.

John Hunt

The Man, The Medievalist, The Connoisseur

A biography of the remarkable life of John Hunt, one of the world’s greatest medievalists, brings together a host of information about one of the most remarkable figures in the 20th century art scene.

Food for Friends

Written by Edward Hayden, Photographs by Carol Marks

Food for Friends shows you how to entertain at home in any situation, from casual brunches and cosy suppers to more formal dinner parties, large family events and festive get togethers.

Ulysses

Written by James Joyce, Introduced by Bob Joyce, Illustrated by Emma Byrne

The Dublin Illustrated Edition of Ulysses, endorsed by The James Joyce Centre, meticulously recreates the 1922 text.

Val's Kitchen

Real Food, Real Easy

Written by and Photographed by Valerie O'Connor

A comprehensive book by seasoned baker Valerie O’Connor, which covers all areas of cooking.

Irish Thatch

The picturesque, white-washed thatched cottage is an iconic emblem of Ireland and beautiful examples of this still-living craft can be found all over the island today. This beautiful new book is a celebration of the enduring beauty and wonder of Irish thatch. With full colour photographs throughout.

The Whiskeys of Ireland

Everything you always wanted to know about Irish Whiskey, the lifeblood of the people! The history, the difference between single malts and blends, the art of distilling and blending, and the explosion of new distilleries - learn how to taste as well as drink the water of life!

Fruit on the Table

Seasonal recipes from The Green Apron kitchen

Written by Theresa Storey, Photographs by Valerie O'Connor

Drawn on three decades of experience of The Green Apron farm, Fruit on the Table shows the versatility of fruit for jams, pickles, sauces and full meals!

The Heart and Soul of Kerry Football

Weeshie Fogarty's love of Kerry Gaelic Football has been lifelong. In this book he puts it all under the microscope - the different eras, styles and personalities, as well as picking his personal top Kerry fifteen ever.

Looking Back

The Changing Faces of Ireland

Irish Times photographer Eric Luke has captured the essence of Irish life over the past forty years, with stunning and thought provoking images of the people of Ireland.

The River Shannon

Ireland's Majestic Waterway

The River Shannon is both a visitor’s and a photographer’s delight. This stunning waterway is a feast for the eyes in every season and every time of the day and night.

The Great Big Book of Irish Wildlife

Through the Seasons

Written by Juanita Browne, Illustrated by Barry Reynolds

A beautiful picture book tracking nature through the seasons in Ireland. It explores nature in your back garden as well as weird and wonderful natural phenomena, such as the metamorphosis from Tadpole to Frog; the Red Deer rut in autumn; or a starling flock in winter.

Lady of the Dance

The Choreographer Who Helped Michael Flatley Conquer the World

Written by Marie Duffy, With Eddie Rowley

Marie Duffy is the undisputed queen of Irish dancing: she has trained more world champions than any other teacher, and has been Michael Flatley’s right-hand woman for twenty years. 

Get a behind-the-scenes view of the world of professional Irish dance, and Marie's own fascinating & inspiring life.

Kerry

The Beautiful Kingdom

Take a grand tour of Kerry and discover its people, landscape and wildlife – from the lush pastures of the North to the tranquil lakes of Killarney, from the other-worldly Skellig Islands to the serenity of the Blaskets and the rainbows and snow-capped mountains of Macgillycuddy's Reeks.

Festival Fever

The Irish at Cheltenham

It is said the land level of Ireland rises a few feet every March because so many people have left for the National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham. Rivalry at this pinnacle of jump racing has always been keen but has risen to new levels in the 21st Century, with many Irish winners across all the races.