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My First Book Of Irish Wildlife

Discover creatures big and small with this fun and engaging baby board book. My First Book of Irish Animals is filled with different kinds of wildlife from the hedgerows and woodlands to skies and seas. Babies will learn to recognise native Irish animals with this compact book.

An Eoraip : Jigsaw


Irishleabhar Mha Nuad 2021


The Dublin Review No 84


South Mayo

South Mayo. The Adventure Series is an activity oriented map which shows detailed landscape information. It provides detailed mapping in specific locations for the outdoor enthusiast such as mountaineers, hill walkers, cyclists and other users of the Irish countryside.

The Lea-Green Down - New Poems Inpired by Patrick Kavanagh

The Lea-Green Down is an anthology of response poems inspired by the poetry of Patrick Kavanagh. The anthology features over 60 poets and also includes Kavanagh’s poems, by permission of the Kavanagh Trustees, via The Jonathan Williams Literary Agency. The Lea-Green Down includes an essay by Gerard Smyth and commentary by Una Agnew, Kavanagh Academic. Cover Image is by Paul McCloskey, an award winning County Monaghan artist.

Walker William Walker 1870-1918: Belfast Labour Unionist Centenary Essays

A series of articles to commemorate William Walker’s centenary.

Labour Labouring Beside Lough Erne: A Study of the Fermanagh Labour movement, 1826-1932

This 76-page book, published in the centenary year of the Fermanagh Council of Trade Unions, is the first part of a history.

Criminal Law and Practice Review

The Criminal Law and Practice Review (formerly the Criminal Law and Procedure Review) is a new book from Clarus Press in collaboration with the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin. Originally based on the Criminal Law Update conference held annually in Trinity College, the revamped Criminal Law and Practice Review includes article versions of the papers presented at the conference, along with new articles and notes on recent developments in substantive and procedural criminal law.

Into Into Extra Time: Living Through the Final Stages of Cancer, and Jottings Along the Way

The last book written by well-known Irish Jesuit, Michael Paul Gallagher SJ. He writes movingly of his battle with cancer and his journey towards the end of life. Michael Paul Gallagher SJ died on 6 November 2016.