Book 9 in the acclaimed Rugby Spirit series
Eoin’s been promoted early to the Senior Cup team – where he’s the youngest ever player – and he’s not sure if he’s ready for it. A discovery from the earliest days of Irish rugby brings more ghostly encounters for Eoin – and leads him and his friends to tackle a series of crimes at the national stadium.
Can Aoife and Aidan solve this mystery, reunite their gang of friends and return to having fun on the football field?
Manual for Profiling Communication Ability in Dementia (P-CAD. Full pack ISBN 9781788493949). P-CAD facilitates speech & language therapists in all health care settings to assess, profile and manage the retained cognitive communication abilities of individuals with dementia.
Reading and Picture Stimulus Book for Profiling Communication Ability in Dementia (P-CAD. Full pack ISBN 9781788493949). P-CAD facilitates speech & language therapists in all health care settings to assess, profile and manage the retained cognitive communication abilities of individuals with dementia.
Whether you’re a fine bit of stuff or you have a head like a lump of wet turf, this invaluable collection of Ireland’s most treasured (and irreverent) sayings is definitely worth having a gander at!
Take a photographic journey around Ireland's coast and explore the landscape, history, heritage and wildlife of the offshore islands. From rugged cliffs thronged with seabirds to tranquil bays, and from quiet strands to bustling villages, Carsten and Richard's words and images bring to life the uniqueness of these small, sea-locked worlds.
The road of parenthood rarely runs in a straight line, and sometimes we all need a little extra encouragement. Here, author and illustrator Tarsila Kruse offers her little love lessons – observations and suggestions from her own motherhood journey, in sweet, evocative images and inspiring words.
A journey across Ireland, in words and dazzling images, exploring the nature we pass every day. Go deep in the bog, high in the mountains and under crashing waves. Discover alpine flowers blooming in the Burren, meet ferocious anemones on our shorelines, and visit the Shannon Dolphins, who have had a place in local legend for centuries.
A heron chick wants to stand on one leg
Just like the grown-up herons do.
But every time she tries –
Standing on one leg is hard!
The city is wild, the city is free, the city has wonderful things to see …
Meet Lily and Tim, our brave adventurers. When they go into the city, with a Snap! a Clap! and a Zap! they can make the boring … amazing!
Mr Wolf is SO EXCITED to be invited to the ball.
What should he wear?
He thinks he’s got the perfect outfit, but he’s not sure …
Can his friend help him to decide?
Stretching from Dublin through the Midlands and west to the Shannon, the Grand Canal is a stunning feat of eighteenth century engineering. Step back in time to discover quirky humpbacked bridges and ivy-covered warehouses, in a landscape far removed from modern pressures, as well as elegent bridges and the wildflowers and animals that live there.
Explore Dún Laoghaire and its coastal surroundings as Peter Pearson reveals the story behind its transformation from rocky granite shoreline to grand Victorian ‘watering place’, to the bustling town it is now.
With over 250 illustrations, this is a fascinating journey through the history and heritage of Dún Laoghaire, Sandycove and Dalkey.
Suzy and Kevin are best friends. They do everything together! Until one day, Kevin's in a Mood. Suzy tries everything to cheer him up - she tells him jokes and even plays his favourite song. But Kevin's STILL in a Mood. All their friends try to help, but nothing seems to make Kevin feel better ... what could be wrong?
Once upon a time, there was a prince who wanted to live a fairytale life. The first thing he needed was a princess, so he could have his happily ever after.
A hilarious story of love and lost shoes in the wonderful city of Limerick.
They roam our hills and wander our country lanes; graze in our valleys and frolic in our fields. Sheep have lived happily beside us in Ireland for some five thousand years – it’s no wonder they’re an unofficial national symbol. Celebrate our wonderful woolly friends, who not only fill our meadows, but also our history and our hearts.