New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In July 2024

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Tickets Please: A Journey Throug the Irish Past

Armstrong, John
John Armstrong takes us on a railway journey from Kingsbridge Station in Dublin to Waterford and beyond, using Edwardian postcards to illustrate the many towns, villages and topographical features that the traveler would have viewed through the train window or disembarked to explore at a more leisurely pace.

From Tango To Twist: An almanac of 20th century Irish dance-bands, band-shows and showbands

Beirne, Francis K.
The ultimate reference book for those with an interest in the social history of Ireland of the era - or as an ideal gift for a relative who may have played in a dance-band or showband - or one who just enjoyed the dancing. There are roughly 5,000 musicians faces in the book - so he or she might even be in there.

Monasticism in Ireland: AD 900-1250

Bhreathnach , Edel
The history of monasticism in early Ireland is dominated by its flourishing during the sixth and seventh centuries, a period dominated by Columba of Iona and Columbanus of Bobbio, and later by the ' reform' spearheaded by Malachy of Armagh during the twelfth century. But what of monasticism in Ireland during the intervening period?

Irish Doctors in the Second World War

Casey, P.J.
This highly anticipated sequel charts the contributions of Irish doctors in the Second World War, a conflict that demonstrated to the world that the pace of military warfare had changed forever.

Turn at the Pine Trees

Cooley, Gerry
Local Dublin publication, first produced in 2011. Selection of Twelve Short Stories about Growing Up in the North Dublin Hamlets of Turnapin, Clonshaugh and Santry in the Late 1960s and Early 1970s.

Jailbreak: Great Irish Republican Escapes, 1865-1983

Durney, James
Delve into unflinching and urgent first-hand accounts of political prisoners defying oppressive prison conditions and fighting for Ireland’s freedom in this thrilling testament to republican resistance.

Being Autistic (And What That Actually Means)

Garvey, Niamh
Written by autistic author, Niamh Garvey, with lively illustrations throughout, this is the ultimate guide for 8-12-year-olds to learn all about what being autistic actually means.

Karma: My Autobiography: 'The most entertaining music memoir since Elton John' Observer

George, Boy
The definitive autobiography from Culture Club frontman and LGBTQ+ icon, Boy George

Reforming Galway : Civic society, religious change and St Nicholas's collegiate church, 1550-1750

Gillespie, Raymond
This book explores a new way of looking at the reformation in Ireland.

High Jump as Icarus Story

Hibbett, Gustav Parker
In High Jump as Icarus Story, Gustav Parker Hibbett gifts us visions of flight and falling. This stunningly accomplished debut deconstructs and redefines notions of Blackness, queerness, and masculinity through the lens of myth, pop culture, and that most transcendent of sports - the high jump.

We Need to Talk: The Number 1 Bestseller: SHORTLISTED IRISH BOOK AWARDS 2023 - Biography of the Year

Holohan, Dr Tony
Dr Tony Holohan served as Chief Medical Officer in Ireland for 14 years, but only really became known to the public during the Covid 19 pandemic.

Sacred Space The Prayerbook 2025

Jesuits, The Irish
The Scripture, prayers, and reflections in Sacred Space: The Prayer Book will inspire you to a richer daily spiritual experience throughout the liturgical year and invite you to develop a closer relationship with God.