Irish Interest Titles

Motherfocloir: Dispatches from a no

Paperback, 06/09/2018, €10.80
A humorous investigation of the Irish language.

Lighthouses of Ireland

Hardback, 16/09/2018, €28.00
Since ancient times, long before GPS, radio or radar, lighthouses have served as beacons helping ships navigate Ireland's sometimes treacherous waters. Artist Roger O'Reilly's illustrated celebration of these architectural gems will be treasured by anyone who finds comfort, intrigue or excitement in the glimmer of a lighthouse through the darkness.

Craic Baby

Hardback, 06/09/2018, €14.85
The follow-up to Motherfocloir, exploring the Irish language, both the very old and the very new. Craic Baby hinges on how watching a child learn to communicate changes how you think about language.

Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

Hardback, 25/10/2018, €20.30

Irish Insult Generator

Hardback, 19/10/2018, €10.00
A book that's just perfect for anyone who needs a good insult for the annoying people in their life!

A Gentleman Abroad: Francis Brennan's Travel Tales

Hardback, €15.00
From Vietnam to the Vatican, from India to Australia, and his recent bucket-list trip along Route 66, let Francis take you on a grand tour of his best travel memories and be inspired to see the world in a new light.

People on the Pier

Hardback, 03/09/2018, €24.95

Give Us Back the Bad Roads

Hardback, 19/10/2018, €20.00

Grafton Barber Essential Guide to Grooming & Etiquette

Hardback, 18/10/2018, €17.55
For nearly 60 years, the Grafton Barbers have persuaded the gentlemen of Ireland and their sons to take a proper interest in their appearance. Now, with their smart perspective on etiquette and keen eye for all matters stylish, these gods of grooming share trade secrets and philosophy.

The Quotable Oscar Wilde: A Collection of Wit and Wisdom

Hardback, 21/03/2013, €6.75
"I must die as I lived, beyond my means." Arguably the most quoted man in history, and certainly in his day, this enormous miniature collection is filled with Oscar Wildes' most notorious and witty sayings. Organized into five sections, this book is suitable for Wilde lovers and novices alike.