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Irish Interest Titles

Motherfocloir: Dispatches from A Not So Dead Language

Hardback, 07/09/2017, €14.85
€11.99
A humorous investigation of the Irish language.

Brexit and Ireland

Hardback, 05/10/2017, €20.30
€16.99

It's Earlier 'Tis Getting: The Christmas Book of Irish Mammi

Hardback, 05/10/2017, €14.85
€12.99
Christmas - a time for peace, joy and Mammies. While others are focusing on Santa/Santy, the school nativity play, the office party and its wild cousin the Twelve Pubs, panicked present shopping and the delicate diplomacy of in-law visiting, the Irish Mammy is mobilized in her war-room - ready for the campaign.

Little Book of Stillorgan

Hardback, 02/10/2017, €14.99
The Little Book of Stillorgan is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about this vibrant suburb of Dublin.

50 Francis Street Photographer

Hardback, 19/10/2017, €24.35
€19.99
The 50 Francis Street Photographer is a fascinating social history and celebration of the people and places in the photographs of Dubliner John Walsh.

Ploughing People Celebration of Where Ru

Hardback, 07/09/2017, €27.05
€21.99
Fully illustrated, THE definitive book about the national institution of The Ploughing Championship by one of Ireland's best-loved journalists - story, lore and fact.

Dublin Bay: City by the Sea

Hardback, 23/10/2017, €24.99
Dublin is a city bordered by the sea - in all its moods and beauty. Dublin Bay presents over 250 photographs from Howth in the north to Greystones in the south.

Irishisms Blather Blarney Blessing

€10.99
Irishisms examines many of the words and phrases that colour this unique language and in doing so attempts to shed light on all the wonderful ways we have for saying how average we are, what we really mean when we say sorry, how to describe your level of insobriety, the difference between a wagon and a weapon and when awful is better than savage.

Man on the Bridge

Hardback, 23/10/2017, €24.99
This second volume of Dublin's unofficial family photo album is a nostalgic and bittersweet ode to a changing city and the people who walk its streets.