Thíos Cois na Trá, an Irish song by Éamonn Bromell, is the perfect Irish language resource for children. The text is both engaging and entertaining and will enhance early Irish language skills through Éamonn's use of rhyme, rhythm, and repetition.
Meadhbh Chambers provides an avenue for adults to approach crucially important conversation with young people about sharing thoughts, feelings and worries. A powerful resource that has been tried and tested, this book will lead children to naturally refer to themselves and compare themselves to Rosie and equip them with the tools they need to be able to ask for help when needed.
The further adventures of Lily: life as a maid in Lissadell House is always interesting, but with her friendship with Maeve under strain, a war in Europe starting and uncertainty about her future, she needs all her wits about her!
Farm Stories that make reading fun! These children’s books have been designed to help children (particularly struggling readers & children with dyslexia) to acquire literacy skills. These books are written by a Special Education Teacher whose aim is to make her books enjoyable for both the avid and the reluctant reader. These books are designed to be dyslexia friendly and incorporate many tools to make the books accessible to all.
Welcome to the Shop of Impossible Ice Creams! Step inside to discover a delicious world of magical adventure, from bestselling author Shane Hegarty. First in a comic, heart-warming illustrated series, for 7+ fans of The Nothing to See Here Hotel and Charlie Changes into a Chicken.
What if your dad was lying to you? A compelling novel about secrets, family and life-shattering lies from Specsavers Children's Book of the Year shortlisted author Sarah Moore Fitzgerald. For fans of Jenny Valentine, Siobhan Dowd and Lara Williamson.
From critically acclaimed author Nicola Skinner comes her most brilliant book yet - a daring, thrilling, darkly comic story about staying true to yourself, and to the people you love, even if that means tearing everything down . . .