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Benny and Babe

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.

Benny and Omar

Moving to Tunisia is a real eye-opener for a young Wexford hurling fan. Eoin Colfer's hilarious debut novel.

Bernard Dunne

Champion of the World

In this inspirational book, he describes life as a boy in Neilstown, the ups and downs of his life and career, and the powerful life lessons and skills that sport can teach a child.

The Bespoke Hitman

Sometimes robbing a bank can become a lot more dangerous than you planned.

Halloween night. Belfast city centre. In the freezing, pelting rain, three men in wolf costumes decide to rob a bank.

Best of Irish Home Baking

Written by Biddy White Lennon, Illustrated by Anne O'Hara

These sixty tempting recipes are a selection of the best from the tradition and will delight visitors and Irish people alike.

Best of Irish Meat Recipes

Written by Biddy White Lennon, Illustrated by Anne O'Hara and Tim Stampton

Fifty inspiring recipes feature beef, lamb, pork, poultry, game, and dishes using cured, spiced and smoked meats. Contains details of customs, folklore and regional food traditions.

Best of Irish Potato Recipes

Written by Biddy White Lennon, Illustrated by Anne O'Hara

The potato has long been a staple of the Irish diet. With flavours ranging from sweet to spicy, savoury to sumptuous, Biddy White Lennon brings out the best in this versatile vegetable.

Best of Irish Soups

Written by Eileen O'Driscoll, Illustrated by Anne O'Hara

Soup has been part of the Irish cooking tradition for generations. Eileen O'Driscoll presents a selection of mouth-watering and unusual soups.

Best of Irish Traditional Cooking

Written by Biddy White Lennon, Illustrated by Anne O'Hara

Biddy White Lennon brings out the real flavour of Ireland in these recipes from around the country, featuring the finest and the favourites of traditional Irish cooking.

Best-Loved Bernard Shaw

Edited by Anthony Roche, Written by Bernard Shaw

An attractive & approachable selection of the work of Bernard Shaw, one of the most remarkable people of the 20th century. His steely self-determination turned the conviction that he would become a great writer into reality. With extracts from his plays, essays and personal letters.

Best-Loved Irish Ballads

Great Songs from the Irish Folk Tradition

Written by Emma Byrne and Eoin O'Brien

Songs to stir the soul and move the feet, raise a roar or bring a tear to the eye.
From Danny Boy to Boulavogue and more, this book celebrates the cream of Irish ballads, explaining the origins of each song, along with words, melodies and chords. Illustrated with evocative photographs and  woodcuts..

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.

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.

Best-loved Joyce

Written by James Joyce, Introduced by Bob Joyce, Edited by Jamie O’Connell

A beautiful and accessible introduction to the writings of James Joyce. Short, entertaining quotes from his major works: Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Ulysses and Finnegans Wake, with more from his poetry & letters, and some family anecdotes handed down to grand-nephew Bob Joyce.

Best-Loved Oscar Wilde

Edited by John Wyse Jackson ( dec'd), Illustrated by Emma Byrne

Told through his own words, this essential introduction to Oscar Wilde’s extraordinary life and work is accompanied by stimulating commentary and stylish design and illustration. For new readers and devotees alike.

Best-Loved Swift

A fresh view of the life, work and wit of Jonathan Swift, the first of Ireland’s truly great writers, presented through his poetry, fiction, epigrams, social satires and personal letters.