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O'Donoghue, Caroline

Elephant On The Farm

McDonald, Brendan
Edward the Elephant finds himself on a Farm, feeling lonely and sad, but he has an unknown friend in Olive the Owl. As Olive brings Edward out to the Farm to meet the other animals - who he thinks look like his friends from the zoo, there is a fire and only Edward can save the day!

Friends For All Seasons : A Year In The Garden

Hourican, Donagh
Join hungry hedgehogs, buzzy bees and slimy slugs as you read all about a year in an Irish garden and the visitors that it brings.

My First Irish Word Book: 2021

Mac Dhonnagain, Tadhg
Featuring first words, numbers, colours and shapes, alongside colourful and bold images by Mandy Stanley, My First Irish Word Book will help young children to learn basic Irish vocabulary.

The Longer the Wait, the Bigger the Hug

McLaughlin, Eoin
Everyone's favourite (socially distanced) characters return to help us through this challenging period. Hedgehog is waiting for his friend Tortoise to wake up. Tortoise begins to stir - the one boulder that Hedgehog didn't think he could lift to turn .

Why Are We Here?

O'Mahony, Niamh
Fay the pig has a burning question: “Why are we here?” Determined to know, she sets off along the Sheep’s Head peninsula to find the answer. Join Fay on her quest as she meets a variety of animals and birds along the way. Why are we here? is a hardback picture book (32 pages) for young readers age 3-7 to read or be read to. Written by Niamh O'Mahony and illustrated by Annabel Langrish.