Based on the author's experiences as a teacher, as a parent, and as a big kid himself, these classic rhymes present the really rotten moments that children relish. These are rhymes that children, young and old, will enjo ...Quick View
Terence MacSwineys' collection of political writings, provides a glimpse into the thinking of a man prepared to give his all for Irish freedom'It is love of
country that inspires us; not hate of the enemy ...'
Terenc ...Quick View
Looking back, Gina's life inevitably divides into before and after, like some predictable diet advert. As she pinpointed the day her world began to shift, wondering if she knew, subconsciously, that something significant ...Quick View
Shadow Warriors is the first written account of the origins and activities of the Irish Army Ranger Wing.In the spring of 1980, the Irish Department of Defence sanctioned the establishment of a new unit within the Irish ...Quick View
IRELAND'S FORGOTTEN LEGACY In 1914-1918, two hundred thousand Irishmen from all religions and backgrounds went to war. At least thirty-five thousand never came home. An award-winning collection of veterans' stories as to ...Quick View
Cookery teacher and home cook Rachel Allen returns with clever ideas, simple shortcuts and plenty of practical advice for achieving simple, wholesome and nutritious meals day after day. Rachel's Kitchen™ ties in to 13- ...Quick View
A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing by Eimear McBride is an award-winning experimental debut novel, which tells the story of a young woman's traumatic coming-of-age in rural Ireland, as she struggles with her abusive family an ...Quick View
Childhood, Religion and School Injustice is the first book to offer an integrated socio-political focus to these issues. It introduces a critical postsecular perspective to explain the experiences of children and adults ...Quick View
This book is the first national history of the building of some of Ireland's most important historic public buildings. Focusing on the former assize courthouses and county gaols, it tells a political history of how they ...Quick View
In the early part of the seventeenth-century, along the southwest coast of Ireland, piracy was a way of life. Following the outlawing of privateering in 1603 by the new king of England, disenfranchised like-minded men of ...Quick View
Making his name as a Pop artist in the late 1960s and 70s, Robert Ballagh quickly achieved an international reputation. With little formal artistic training, he triumphed in his field despite often formidable hostility. ...Quick View
It's late one night at the Spanish port of Algeciras and two fading Irish gangsters are waiting on the boat from Tangier. A lover has been lost, a daughter has gone missing, their world has come asunder - can it be put t ...Quick View
Luke O’Brien has left Dublin to live a quiet life on his family land on the bend of the River Sullane. Alone in his big house, he longs for a return to his family's heyday and turns to books for solace.
One morning ...Quick View