Talk to Me! offers a fly-on-the-wall perspective on the views, opinions, worries and expectations of tweens and teens on subjects such as the pressures that children experience, worries about appearance, sexual activity, friendships, romantic relationships, LGBTQ+ issues, abusive relationships and much more.
Local Heroes: A Celebra.on of Sligo Sport features more than sixty essays across 15 separate sports, illuminatng a vast array of events, personalises and glorious victories which have punctuated the county’s rich sportng history. With a foreword by former RTE journalist and Sligo natve Tommie Gorman, the book casts a new spotlight on the county’s big occasions at iconic venues, but there’s also a deep dive into the local cauldron of sportng actvity, highlightng events and characters who could only be found in a dedicated Sligo book.
The Irish Lights were for many years seen as a benign organisation, just going about their duties of providing aids to marine navigation. As the lightkeepers were made redundant and are fading away, a new interest has emerged about their hermetic and sometimes dangerous lifestyle. This has been awakened by the new documentaries which have just been shown on RTE.
Understanding Learning Differences provides parents and teachers with an overview of common learning differences, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, intellectual difficulties, ADHD, dyspraxia, anxiety, autism, and speech, language and communication difficulties.