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Amelia

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The year is 1914 and Amelia Pim will soon be thirteen. There are rumours of war and rebellion, and Dublin is holding its breath for major, dramatic events. But all that matters to Amelia is what she will wear to her birthday party and how she can

Fionnuala

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Fionnuala loves swinging and splashing her bright red shoes. And her mum. She doesn't much like having her hair washed, though, and she definitely does not like the dark. Warm stories of everyday life by Ireland's first Children's Laureate, great for reading aloud to children age 4+. Sweet illustrations with red highlights from Carol Betera. Originally written for RTE Television.

Fionnuala

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Fionnuala loves swinging and splashing her bright red shoes. And her mum. She doesn't much like having her hair washed, though, and she definitely does not like the dark. Warm stories of everyday life by Ireland's first Children's Laureate, great for reading aloud to children age 4+.

Long Story Short

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From Ireland's first laureate for children's literature comes a story of abuse and neglect told with sincerity, heart, and a healthy dose of humor. Jono has always been able to cope with his mother's drinking, but when she hits his little s

The Moon King

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Ricky has withdrawn from the world into his own inner space. Placed in a foster home which is full of sunshine and goodness, he is uncertain how to become part of family life. He often retreats to his favourite hideaway, a special chair in the att

Alexandra

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Four short stories about the everyday life of a little girl-reminiscent of Shirley Hughes, from Ireland's first Children's LaureateAlexandra's adventures include changing her name, bedtime fears, and a plaster disaster. Th

No Peace for Amelia

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It's 1916 but Amelia Pim's thoughts are on Frederick Goodbody and not on the war in Europe. Then Frederick enlists. The pacifist Quaker community is shocked but Amelia is secretly proud of her hero and goes to the quayside to wave him farewell. Fo

Rocking the System

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Twenty illustrated essays on Irish women, historical and contemporary, who have defied cultural norms around femininity and achieved great things. The subjects include Irish women from Queen Medb to Eileen Gray, from Constance Markievicz to Sonia

Fionnuala

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Four short stories about the everyday life of a little girl-reminiscent of Shirley Hughes, from Ireland's first Children's LaureateAlexandra's adventures include changing her name, bedtime fears, and a plaster disaster. Th

Over the Wall

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Karo's dad is dead - or so she believes - and when a stranger comes to the door one day looking for her mum, Karo wants nothing to do with this man. But Karo's mother won't see sense. She starts to spend more and more time with this strange man from her past, and can't see how unhappy it is all making her daughter. Karo squabbles with her friend, starts to skip school, she even runs away to her grandfather, but nothing she can do seems to have any effect on her changing family. Set in Hamburg after the fall of the Berlin Wall, this is a story of how international events can affect the everyday lives of ordinary families.

Alexandra

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Alexandra loves swinging and splashing her bright red shoes. And her mum. She doesn't much like having her hair washed, though, and she definitely does not like the dark. Warm stories of everyday life by Ireland's first Children's Laureate, great for reading aloud to children age 4+.

Maitrioisce

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In this novel in the Irish language, Mara celebrates her thirteenth birthday. Her mother, however, gives her a present of Matrioshka dolls from Russia, more a gift for a younger girl - and even then, one of the dolls is missing. When Mara and her friend Dorota go in search of the missing doll they make some discoveries which Mara could not have imagined. NOTE: this book is written in the Irish language; there is no English language text.

Alexandra

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Alexandra loves swinging and splashing her bright red shoes. And her mum. She doesn't much like having her hair washed, though, and she definitely does not like the dark. Warm stories of everyday life by Ireland's first Children's Laureate, great for reading aloud to children age 4+.

Second Fiddle

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Aspiring writer Mags Clarke has just moved with her mother to a new area after the death of her father. Because her feet are usually firmly planted on the ground, Mags is cautious about befriending Gillian, whom she enchantingly finds playing the

Miraculous Miranda

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A touching new tale of hope and miracles from the award-winning Siobhan Parkinson.I love Miranda and so will you - Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis FowlMiranda has a Big Imagination, and always wins Word of the Day

Miraculous Miranda

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You have to have the imagination to make miracles happen, Miranda. That is really all you need. Miranda has a Big Imagination, and always wins Word of the Day at school. When her sister Gemma is taken into hospital, Miranda escapes into her own fantasy land, Magnanimous. With giraffe police, ham sandwich trees and a Crystal-Clear Glass Hospital for Getting-Better Children, Magnanimous grows and grows. As her sister gets worse, things Miranda writes seem to trigger small miracles she has been asking for: her gran stops smoking, horrible Darren Hoey is nice to her. Can Miranda write a miracle for her sister?

Call of the Whales

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Over three summers, Tyke journeys with his anthropologist father to the remote and icy wilderness of the Arctic. Each summer bring short intense friendships with the Eskimos, and adventures 'which Mum doesn't need to know about'.Tyke is sa

The Great Rabbit Revenge Plan

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Konrad Bantelmann is no expert when it comes to divorce. But Fridz is all too familiar with it. For some time now Konrad has successfully avoided problems in general and girls in particular, but by a stroke of misfortune he somehow plants in Fridz's mind the idea of seeking revenge on her father's girlfriend, and is dragged into this red-headed girl's crusade of vengeance. And their secret weapon? Nothing other than an extraordinarily large rabbit. Funny, warm, and full of witty observations on family life, this is the story of Fridz and Konrad's madcap schemes and their new-found friendship.

Blue Like Friday

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NOT EVERYONE SEES THE WORLD THROUGH THE SAME LENS. From the author of Something Invisible comes this funny and poignant novel about the hues of friendship. Spunky Olivia and eccentric Hal are an unlikely pair. While Hal suffers fro

No Heroes

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An ordinary schoolgirl with a carefree bunch of friends, Miriam's just embarked on her first relationship with her loving boyfriend Toby. She lives with her dad and she has a good relationship with her grandparents. All this ordinary happiness is
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