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The Granny

Book 3: The Agnes Browne Trilogy.

At forty-seven years of age Agnes (star of BAFTA-nominated TV series Mrs Browne’s Boys), now thirteen years happily widowed, enters the 1980s with a fruit stall in Moore Street, a French lover and six children …

With a new introduction by the author, Brendan O’Carroll.

The Course

An assorted group of no-hopers sign on for a Positive Mental Attitude course run by a conman – but then the bona fide American supervisor arrives, threatening to shut down the course unless five out out of six participants pass the test.

Dublin Wit

Echoes of Moore Street

Wit, wisdom, wickedness, banter and bitching from the heart of Dublin, with overheard conversations from Moore Street market.

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly: The Teenage Dirtbag Years

Written by Ross O'Carroll-Kelly, With Paul Howard, Illustrated by Alan Clarke

So there I was, roysh, class legend, schools rugby legend, basically all-round legend, when someone decides you can't, like, sit the Leaving Cert four times. Well that put a focking spanner in the works.

The second, like, un-focking-missable book from Ross O'Carroll-Kelly

Vet on the Loose

Whether castrating horses or tending to stoned Alsatians, Gillian Hick's sense of humour never deserts her in this engaging account of her life as a vet.

The Chisellers

Book 2: The Agnes Browne Trilogy
Continuing the hilarious saga of the ups and downs, minor scrapes and major run-ins of the seven children of Agnes Browne. Full of joy, humour, pathos and Dublinese.
With a new introduction by the author, Brendan O’Carroll.

The Wee Book of Irish Wit & Malarkey

A Rake of Clever Craic and Wisdom for Jackeens, Culchies and Eejits

Written by Sean McCann and Paul Ryan

A pint-sized draft of potent mirth and malarkey from Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, Brendan Behan, and many other wags, on love and marriage to death and dying and everything in between.

The Book of Feckin' Irish Trivia

Written by Colin Murphy and Donal O'Dea

More trivia about Ireland than you ever needed to know!


Distract yourself from doom-and-gloom with useless information: guaranteed to make you a hit at parties or gatherings of more than one person!

Vet Among the Pigeons

Written by Gillian Hick, Illustrated by Martyn Turner

Continues the story of veterinary surgeon Gillian Hick's escapades among the animal population. She continues her stories about the ever-varied, often-harried, amusing but always interesting life of a general-practice vet.

Stuff Irish People Love

The Definitive Guide to the Unique Passions of the Paddies

Written by Colin Murphy and Donal O'Dea

This book, jammed with hilarious reflections on what it is to be Irish, will have you nodding in agreement with every turn of the page. And for those who don’t have the good fortune to come from the Emerald Isle, it will explain a lot!

More Stuff Irish People Love

Written by Colin Murphy and Donal O'Dea

Yet more essential insights into all that the Irish hold dear, from innocent traditions and mildly eccentric peculiarities to stuff that’s just downright daft!

The Mammy

Book 1: The Agnes Browne Trilogy THE MAMMY describes the joys and sorrows of Agnes, mother of the famous Mrs. Browne's Boys from the daily radio soap. A book of hilarious incidents, glorious characters, and a passion for life.

The Fridge in a Denim Jacket!

Written by Zig and Zag

Celebrate quarter of a century since Zig and Zag released their first hilarious book. The pair of furry extraterrestrials found fame in the UK on Channel 4 breakfast show The Big Breakfast. Take a trip down memory lane, back to when Zig and Zig filled the airwaves with their irreverent humour!

You Know You're Irish When ...

So how Irish are you? Check out this book of Irish-isms to see just how 'green' you really are! Humourous and fun, this book combines some of the classic Irish quirks with the more recent additions of what it means to be Irish.

Vet On A Mission

Vet on a Mission tells the story of a wife and mother of three who sets up her own small animal veterinary practice – the tears, the laughter and the whirlwind of chaos that follows!

The Stairlift Ascends

Tweets from a Covid Cocoon

Written by Helen O'Rahilly, Illustrated by Jennie O'Connell

Cocooning with her ninety-year-old Aunt is not the life Helen imagined when she came home to Dublin after 30 years in London. Bickering, bitching, masking-up for rare outings, The Stairlift Ascends is a Twitter diary of our time trying to live together, surviving the pandemic: and each other!