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Bia Blasta - Babai Beag


Cluasa Capaill ar an Ri

Bhreathnach, Bridget
The story of Labhraí Loingseach, the king with horse’s ears, is known and loved in Ireland.

Dathanna - Babai Beag


King Henry - Henry Shefflin Irish Sporting Legend

O'Flynn, Paul
A new book for reluctant readers about the all-time leading scorer in championship hurling, Henry Shefflin, aka King Henry!

Mo Chuid Amhráin Ghaeilge 2 - My Irish Songs 2

Feeney Tatyana
Six traditional Irish songs. Amhráin/Songs An Gréasaí Bróg, Trasna na dTonnta, Cad é sin don té sin Raithineach, Pota Mór Fataí, Casadh an tSúgáin.

No Ordinary Joe

Daffy, Siobhan
The touching and funny story of family life with a boy with special needs. Based on the author's own family life.

Rabbit and Bear: A Bad King is a Sad Thing: Book 5

Field, Jim
Gorgeously illustrated and with a classic feel, this is a brilliantly funny story of a rabbit and a bear ... and how to defeat an icebear who wants to be king. Ideal for readers moving on from picture books.

Splais - Babai Beag


The Banshee Rising

Cain, Riley
To defeat what is rising from Ireland’s haunted heart, Caitlyn McCabe must face an adventure that is, literally, life and death. Young Adult Fantasy/Fiction 12-14 years

The Hound of Ulster: A Bloomsbury Reader

Doyle, Malachy

The Little Squirrel Who Worried

O'Donoghue, Katie
With a little help from his friends, Little Squirrel ventures out of his cosy nest. Through the story of Little Squirrel and his adventures in the forest, readers young and old come to learn coping techniques and to realise that, although we all feel worried sometimes, we don't have to face those worries alone.

The Wildflower Child

Scully, Rachel Grace
The themes of self-esteem, friendship and sustainability are prominent in my debut book ‘The Wildflower Child’. All three of these themes play a massive role in a child’s development.