New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In January 2021

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Advent News: Too Good to Keep: Daily Reflections for Advent

Gallagher, Gerard
Selection of scripture readings and reflections.

Adventures of the Famine Diver, William Campbell

Stokes, Roy

All-Ireland Football Finals 1995-2019

Carthy, Brian
The football finals in Croke Park from 1995 to 2019 have produced some of the most memorable moments in the history of the All-Ireland senior championship.

Ballinacarriga, Kilworth - a House, a Family, a Village

Howard, Noel
The fraught period of Irish history from 1919-23 saw many “Big Houses” associated with British rule attacked and destroyed. Nowhere was this more evident than in County Cork, arguably the most republican county in the War of Independence against Britain (1919-21) and in the Irish Civil War (1921-23).

Be The Best You Can Be In Sport

Kilgannon, Paul
In this book, Paul has gathered input from over 50 respected coaches and sportstars, coaching academics and sports science professionals, to produce a comprehensive guide for the young sportsperson. This book is not sport specific but rather principle based, and is full of invaluable information, inspiration and insights.There is a lifetime of learning for the young sportsperson in these pages. This is an Irish book, by Irish coaches, for young Irish sportspeople.

Crisis: 25 Business Leaders on Surviving in Troubled Times

Maguire, Tom
Dealing successfully with crisis is an essential part of doing business. In this book, 25 well-known Irish business leaders tell their own stories of how they survived and even thrived during moments of crisis. Alongside the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, other moments of crisis discussed include the 2008 financial crash, the September 11th attacks, and the 2010 ash cloud, along with more personal crises.

Exiled From Ireland: Harry Clarke's Geneva Window

The Geneva Window, renowned for its superb artistry and craftsmanship, celebrates the novels, poems and plays of the Irish Literary Revival. It was the work of Harry Clarke, Irelands most famous stained glass artist.

Hugh and the Manatee

Hensley, Mary H
Hugh and the Manatee is the first in a series created for pre-teen readers, offering storylines and characters that break down stereotypical gender identities.

Judicial Review of Criminal Proceedings 2nd edition

Dunne, Derek
New to this edition Amended Order 84 of the Rules of the Superior Courts came into effect in 2011 Entirely new section on language rights in criminal proceedings and judicial review New section on judicial review warrants (including bench warrants, arrest warrants, search warrants and committal warrants) New section on blameworthy prosecutorial delay in criminal proceedings involving children and the Children Act 2001 New section on judicial review of decisions of the executive concerning temporary release, remission and enhanced remission. All chapters have bee substantially revised and rewritten to incorporate all important recent legislative and judicial developments.