With an essay by Ed Halter, a comprehensive interview with Maxa Zoller, and featuring photographs of the work at Lismore Castle Arts, this catalogue forms an indispensible guide to the artists career. The catalogue featu ...Quick View
This is a new edition of a much-acclaimed guide to Dublin family history. Reviews of the first edition included:
'Well-written, concise and easy to follow. It lists the records available for Dublin city and county, incl ...Quick View
The cottage is an indelible image of rural Ireland, a symbol of both poverty and romanticism. This fully illustrated book: - Examines the evolution of the rural vernacular Irish cottage in the period 1860 1960, exploring ...Quick View
In her long-awaited book, Sister Stan draws upon her memories of childhood and the special moments of awareness and mystery which have nourished and enriched her life.
As she offers simple reflections to help us focus ...Quick View
Eighteen years ago David Dunnigan took his beloved six-year-old niece Beth on a shopping trip. They stopped on a crowded street to hear some buskers. She took her hand from his for a split second. And when he turned arou ...Quick View
Take a photographic journey along Ireland’s Ancient East, the official Bord Failte route, with this sumptuous book of 300 photographs, maps and quotations. Historical sites featured include:
Hill of Ta ...Quick View
Intolerance has been the curse of our country.' Putting Ireland on trial, Jim Larkin's verdict was damning and resolute. His words resound, shuddering towards the present day where class division and workers' rights disp ...Quick View
The compelling experiences of many of the 2,000 Irish people, ranging from bohemian writers and artists to governesses, nuns and priests, who were trapped in occupied France during the Second World War. The experience ...Quick View
Young, clever and accomplished, Anne is fully committed to her career at her father's law practice - much to the delight of her parents and the not-so-hidden resentment of her younger sister Gabby. She doesn't have time ...Quick View
One Monday morning, the body of a young pregnant woman is found. The same day, a mother and her son visit the house of Detective Lottie Parker, begging for help to find a lost friend.
Could this be the same girl?
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries a wide range of legal issues were decided, not by professional judges, but by panels of laypersons. This book considers various categories of jury, including the trial jury, the ...Quick View
A young sex worker, who bears a disturbing likeness to the Taoiseach's daughter - Kate Cunningham - is found murdered in a Kildare wood. Could the Taoiseach have killed her? Kate investigates who she is and why she was k ...Quick View
This popular title in the Usborne 'First Reading' series has been re-issued with an audio CD inserted into a wallet inside the back cover, making this book and CD easy to store together. 'The Young Reading' series is dev ...Quick View
A Mad Grandad story: the new robot gardener looks like a great way to cut down on boring work: but the robot has other plans! Mad grandad has a new robot gardener. No more weeding or cutting the grass for Grandad. But ...Quick View
Lenny and Mad Grandad take their new flying saucer for its first flight. Getting into space is easy: getting home alive might be harder! Lenny and Mad Grandad buy a flying saucer and shoot into space together. Space i ...Quick View
CORK CITY is a sequence of photographs from the eye and lens of Peter Downsbrough, one of the pioneering American conceptualists, who permanently moved to Europe at an early stage of his working life.
There is always ...Quick View