Celebrating Irish Children’s Books | Online School and Family Book Festival. This year we are part of the Dublin Book Festival.
Which are the biggest and smallest animals? Which are the most dangerous? Why do dogs love people so much? What animals can live in the
Dublin 1913 My name is Betty Rafferty. A few weeks ago I had to leave school and go out to work in a cake shop,
Fostering a love of reading is one of the most important things we can do for our children and finding the right books is key!
‘How much is that doggie in the window — The one with the waggly tail?’ From spiders and fleas to pirates at sea; from grasshoppers
Irish sportswomen have been breaking the mould for a very, very long time. In 1956, Maeve Kyle became our first female Olympian, and in 1978
Johnny Sexton dreamed of becoming a rugby legend from the moment he was born. He enjoyed success from a young age, playing on school teams
Third and final instalment in a middle-grade fantasy adventure about witches and forbidden magic from a beloved Irish writer. In the third book in The
A wee donkey sat in the shade of a tree.‘If you had one wish, Grandad, what would it be?’‘I’d fix this old back and these
Onion and the gang are at it again. This time they’ve stumbled across a Russian scientist at an old folks’ home whose crazy experiments are