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My Ireland

Connor, Margaret
My Ireland presents a factual and descriptive account of Ireland in the 1950s from the perspective of the author looking back on her early life in the country of her birth. Margaret’s captivating and charming story renders a nostalgic picture of Ireland independent of the inequalities and poverty that existed there at that time.

The Search For Still Waters

Creedon, Alan

Moaney McMoan the Summer Holidays

Flanney, Ray

Lonely Boy: Musings on Death, Mental Health and Relationships

Fleming, Daragh
Daragh Fleming’s honest portrayal of mental health, wellbeing and recovery opens with a quote from Seneca, Moral Letters that states: ‘I will keep constant watch over myself.’

Seamróg the Irish Reindeer - Santa Needs Help!

Grogan, Peter
Alarm bells not Christmas bells rang out around the world. Rudolf and his team were sick. December 25th was fast approaching. The hopes and dreams of every child in the world were in jeopardy... An ordinary couple from Ireland planned to send their reindeer to help. Could Seamrog, Bridin, Seanog, Colleen. Paidin, Realtin, Norin, Oisin, Neidin and Olive replace Rudolf and his magic team and save Christmas? And so begins this wonderful adventure.

Understanding is the New Healing

Hensley, Mary Helen

Coaching Children in Sport

Kilgannon, Paul
This is a book for coaches who want to make a positive difference to the lives of children, enjoy their coaching and develop as a coach. The book will inspire and assist volunteer child coaches to gain a fuller perspective on their role, realise its vast potential, educate themselves and practice, self- improvement, learning and excellence in coaching children.