Once upon a time there was a little girl called Fiona who lived in Dublin. But Dublin is full of colourful characters and creatures from the fairytale realm. Often not seen or heard, they reside in some of Dublin’s most famous locations and landmarks!
With beautiful quirky illustrations by acclaimed illustrator Nicola Colton.
Squeeeak ... Thwop ... Thwop ... Dwoooooerrrp!
Dad sings his magical whale songs to Mum and baby Finn, far, far away across the huge ocean.
When Finn gets lost, can the other sea creatures help him to send a message of his own?
When Puffling finds a lost egg on Skellig Michael, she sets off to return the egg to its nest!
She travels all over the island searching the owner of this stray egg, meeting lots of new friends along the way ... but who lost this mystery egg? And what kind of baby animal is going to hatch from it?
A puffling has gone in search of adventure – now her parents can’t find her anywhere!
Can the animals of Skellig help them find their little puffling?
A charming and engaging children's non-fiction book filled with information on all aspects of farming in Ireland, presented in a light-hearted and child-friendly text. Original illustrations and photographs are featured throughout in an interactive layout.
Scout, Daisy and Dad are going on holidays while Gran stays at home to mind the cat.
Scout promises to send cat a postcard from every place he visits on his travels around Ireland.
But which will be the BEST. DAY. EVER?
A detailed look at the history of football, the counties, the clubs, the winners, the trophies, Croke Park, the team colours, the songs, the best players, the rules and gives top tips for playing ... all you could possibly ever know about Gaelic football.
One stormy night Mr Bear is woken up by a small rabbit voice crying 'Help'. the warren has collapsed, the Hoor-Toowits' nest has blown away, the Buzzes' hive is ruined, and worst of all, Baby Flora bunny can't be found anywhere.
This charming rhyming story tells the legend of The Children of Lir, who were turned into swans by their wicked stepmother and forced to wander across Ireland for 900 years.