Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year... Professor Luke O'Neill, one of the leading voices of authority during the Covid 19 Pandemic, grapples with life's biggest questions and tells us what science has to say about them. From gender to pandemics, a fascinating and thought-provoking addition to current popular debates.
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Best Irish-Published Book of the Year... Old Ireland in Colour celebrates the rich history of Ireland and the Irish through the colour restoration of stunning images of all walks of Irish life.
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Children's Book of the Year - Senior... Sinead Burke is an advocate, activist, teacher, British vogue cover model and happens to be a little person at three and a half feet tall. Her debut children's book will encourage readers to be comfortable in their own skin, break the mould and discover their place in the world
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards RTE Radio Listeners' Choice Award... The memoir left behind by journalist Keelin Shanley who died of cancer in February 2020. A remarkable story of courage and resilience and a memorable reflection on how to live well, no matter what you're facing.
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Novel of the Year... A DUBRAY STAFF RECOMMENDED READ. The extraordinary story of a family devastated by a sudden disappearance and transformed by a miraculous return from the award-winning author loved by David Nicholls, Kamila Shamsie and Sebastian Barry.
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Non-Fiction Book of the Year... A Dubray Staff Recommended Read... A fluid hybrid of essay and autofiction to explore the ways in which a life can be changed in response to the discovery of another's - in this case, Eibhli n Dubh Ni Chonaill's Caoineadh Airt Ui Laoghaire, famously referred to by Peter Levi as `the greatest poem written in either Ireland or Britain during the eighteenth century.'
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Crime Fiction Book of the Year... This bold, brilliant, disturbing new novel Louise O'Neill shows that deadly secrets are devastating to those who hold them close.
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Teen/Young Adult Book of the Year... A dark, feminist retelling of The Children of Lir told in Sullivan's hypnotic prose. From the award-winning author of 'Tangleweed and Brine'.
Winner of the An Post Irish Book Awards Newcomer of the Year... Diary of a Young Naturalist chronicles the turning of 15-year-old Dara McAnulty's world. From spring and through a year in his home patch in Northern Ireland, Dara spent the seasons writing. Diagnosed with autism at age five these vivid diary entries portray his perspective as a teenager juggling exams and friendship alongside a campaigning life.