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The Poison Throne

Written by and Illustrated by Celine Kiernan, Illustrated by Finbarr O'Connor

A Friend. A Father. A Kingdom. Which one would you sacrifice? This gothic tale of intrigue, adventure and romance follows Wynter Moorehawke as she is forced to make choices for herself, her family and country, and discover who, if anyone, she can really trust.

What Love Looks Like

Sometimes love turns up where you least expect it

Ben Brennan, is 17, gay, and happy most of the time. He’s finished school and is on track to a great career – all that’s missing is falling in love. Can Ben navigate the pitfalls of modern gay dating, with all its expectations, and be true to himself?

The Sackville Street Caper

Molly Malone and Bram Stoker

Written by Alan Nolan, Cover illustration by Shane Cluskey

Eleven year old Bram Stoker, future author of Dracula, escapes school to 1850s Dublin City seeking adventure. There he meets Molly Malone, accomplished sneak thief and part time fishmonger. Together they must thwart the evil Count Vladimir who plans to steal the Irish Crown Jewels from Dublin Castle.

The Book of Secrets

Written by Alex Dunne, Cover illustration by Shona Shirley Macdonald

The Trooping Fairies arrive in Clonbridge for their revels, awakening other creatures with mischief and chaos in mind. Cat Donnelly and her friends are planning the ultimate trick-or-treating strategy, but with the Fairies in town, this Halloween she needs all her courage and cunning to save her family.

Blue the Brave

Hazel Tree Farm

Written by Alma Jordan, Illustrated by Margaret Anne Suggs

Peter is hard at work training sheepdog Blue for the trials at the Ballynoe Fair, while Kate – who wants to be a vet like her mam – is busy with her cheeky pet hen, Hettie. The first book in the Hazel Tree Farm series, following the adventures of the Farrelly family, their neighbours, and a host of furry, woolly and feathery friends!

Freya Harte is not a Puzzle

Freya’s always felt different, so when she learns she’s autistic she doesn't want anyone to know. All she wants is to fit in. But does she really need to change herself or can she find friends who like her just the way she is? A novel about friendship, discovering who you really are -- and being ok with that!

The Strange Tale of Barnabus Kwerk

Written by Erika McGann, Illustrated by Phillip Cullen

Barnabus Kwerk has a secret. It’s so secret that not even he knows it: but his Aunt Jemima does.

It’s about to change Barnabus’s life forever. And it all begins with the Clockwork …

Fairy Hill

Written by Marita Conlon-McKenna, Cover illustration by Phillip Cullen

The long-awaited new children’s book from Ireland’s beloved storyteller, bestselling author of Under the Hawthorn Tree, Marita Conlon-McKenna. 

When Anna is sent to stay with her dad at Fairy Hill, strange happenings make her begin to wonder if the fairies she’s heard about are real. And if they are, could her little brother Jack be in real danger?

Tabitha Plimtock and the Edge of the World

Written by Erika McGann, Illustrated by Phillip Cullen

Tabitha Plimtock lives in a house at the very edge of the world. When rumours begin to circulate of monsters climbing from the base to gobble up unsuspecting wall-dwellers, Tabitha is determined to discover what's happening and keep the people she loves safe!

Daughter of Winter and Twilight

In every myth there is a seed of truth

Sequel to 2020's exciting YA debut - Queen of Coin and Whispers

Trapped deep within a mountain temple alongside other captured young royals, Emri faces a race against time to complete Lady Winter’s trials … or die.

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What Walks These Halls

Raven O’Sullivan doesn’t remember what happened in Hyacinth House five years ago. Her father died during a paranormal investigation there, and she’s pretty certain it’s her fault. Her brother Archer can't resist the opportunity to go back and investigate. But everyone has their secrets, and they all lead back to Hyacinth House …

The Children of Croke Park

Bloody Sunday 1920

Through the lives of three children who died on 21 November 1920, relive the story of Bloody Sunday, when a gaelic football match in Croke Park was the scene of slaughter by British forces. Gripping historical fiction.

Twin Power: Throw In!

Written by Emma Larkin, Cover illustration by Lauren O'Neill

Twins, Aoife and Aidan Power, along with their four best friends love playing Gaelic football. Parish rivalries re-surface and threaten to get out of hand as the children of Droichead Beag National School fight tooth and nail to get their hands on the coveted first ever Star Schools Cup. 

Twin Power: The Lost Cup

Written by Emma Larkin, Cover illustration by Lauren O'Neill

Can Aoife and Aidan solve this mystery, reunite their gang of friends and return to having fun on the football field?

Lily Takes a Chance

A Lissadell Story

Written by Judi Curtin, Cover illustration by Rachel Corcoran

Lissadell House, Sligo, 1915. In the Big House, young housemaid Lily feels life is changing for everyone – decisions are being made by others for her friend Maeve de Markievicz, the countesses daughter, and Lily fears for her new friend Sam also. Can Lily help her friends without getting into too much trouble?

A Winter of Spies

Ireland’s War of Independence: when the truth can get you killed

Sarah becomes involved in spying for Michael Collins during the War of Independence.