The Little Book of Dundrum is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about this vibrant suburb of Dublin.
Find out about Dundrum’s famous sons and daughters, its churches, pubs, shops and ...Quick View
Over 11,000 species of insects occur in Ireland but most are very small and escape notice. Identifying them accurately can be difficult or impossible. This comprehensive compact guide to over 120 of Ireland's most popula ...Quick View
This book examines many little understood aspects of the Irish Landscape from the last Ice Age until now. Historians, archaeologists, biologists and earth scientists each bring their unique take on how the landscape and ...Quick View
Dermot Bannon is passionate about good design. He knows it can change your life.
In Love Your Home he teaches you how to understand the fundamentals of design the importance of light, function, proportion and connecti ...Quick View
After a rapid tour of literary Dublin, the reader is taken on a fascinating journey across Ireland to Sligo, identifying the numerous literary associations along the way. The reader will encounter authors who include med ...Quick View
The Little Book of Derry is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about County Derry. Here you will find out about Derry’s history and archaeology, its arts and culture, its proud sportin ...Quick View
Clear, detailed road atlas of Ireland in a handy A4 spiral-bound format.
This comprehensive, general purpose road atlas of the whole of Ireland is ideal for both business and pleasure use. The atlas contains a range o ...Quick View
Finding your Ancestors in Kerry' is a comprehensive guide to tracing ancestors in County Kerry. It describes all the various sources of information which are available for doing research, where each of these can be acces ...Quick View
In recent times the popularity of the Camino de Santiago has prompted renewed interest in pilgrim walks in Ireland. Increasing numbers now follow ancient Irish pilgrim paths to such holy places as Glencolumbkille, Croagh ...Quick View
This book foregrounds the life struggles of an individual, Brenda, in such a way that argument and theoretical exploration arise organically out of experience. The 'frustration' of the title is traced to avoidant attachm ...Quick View
Everywhere in Ireland there is something of interest or beauty or wonder. It might be a spectacular landscape, or some fascinating industrial curiosity, or just a conversational encounter with one of the gentle people of ...Quick View
In 'Dublin Street Names', Paul Clerkin lists over 300 streets - mainly in central Dublin - and explains how they got their names. Everyone knows that O'Connell Street is named for Daniel O'Connell, but who was the Nassau ...Quick View