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Clúdach leabhair Inní ag taispeáin duch daite ar chúlra bán

Inní

Collection of Irish language short stories by Réaltán Ní Leannáin. These stories grab our attention from the first few words, as the author steers us skillfully through deceit, trickery and duplicity. Classes clash and come under the microscope, hypocrisy is revealed and inequalities laid bare. Credible characters are presented in engrossing stories that leave us […]

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An leabhar Cnámh, a collection of Irish Language Short Stories

CNÁMH

Cnámh is the latest collection of irish language short stories from acclaimed Irish Language author Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhríde.  It is the winner of the Irish Language Book of the year An Post Irish Book Awards. It’s not often that a writer succeeds in producing a work that impacts on the reader in an unforgettable […]

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clúdach an leabhar tine ghealáin. Irish Language Poetry book.

Tine Ghealáin

A new collection from the poet Máire Dinny Wren from the Donegal Gaeltacht. In these poems Máire fully embraces the world around her. She celebrates that world and answers and interacts with it in a calm unfaltering voice. The musicality of her verse is as sweet as it is enlivening. Her poems pulse with the […]

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Cover of Irish language novel 'Muintir an Ghleanna' depicting a rural Donegal road with a vintage car

Muintir an Ghleanna

Irish language novel by Caitlín Bheití Ní Chuireáin. Set in a peaceful valley in the Donegal Gaeltacht in the middle of the last century, this book captures the idyllic life of a community that thrives on subsistence farming and simple living. Yet dark events unfold which shatter the innocence and it takes all their strength […]

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Gáire in Éag

Collection of Irish language short fiction by Belfast writer Seán Ó Muireagáin. Irish language short fiction set in Belfast during the Troubles. These forthright and hard-hitting short stories shine a light on a section of society that are often forgotten, ordinary people who were affected by the conflicts in a divided land. The characters are […]

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Cover Cáitheadh an dTonn showing high sea waves

Cáitheadh na dTonn

Cáitheadh na dTonn contains a novella, two short stories and a drama. The stories illustrate the life and times of people in the Donegal Gaeltacht at the turn of the last century. The book is a reissue of the original, first published in 1934, edited and updated with modern spelling and orthography. Muirghein (Pádraig Ó […]

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Clúdach leabhair Go mbeinnse Choíche Saor

Go mbeinnse choíche saor

Irish language short fiction by Máire Dinny Wren. This collection of short fiction is considered by the Irish Times as one the best Irish language books of the year. Stories of women contending with forces of disempowerment that hold them back in a world that is not always just or fair. The wish for personal […]

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Irish Riddles: Tomhas orm, tomhas ort!

Irish language riddles from Irish folklore A book containing a great variety Irish language folklore riddles, from easy to not so easy. Over 100 riddles in all, to challenge the cleverest minds. The books is a great resource in the classroom, for encouraging learning and conversation amongst students of all ages. Traditional Irish Language riddles […]

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Le Petit Prince Translation

An Irish language translation of The Little Prince The French classic novella Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is now available to young and not so young children to read as Gaeilge. Translated by Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhríde from the Donegal Gaeltacht. This translation allows a generation of young people to enjoy this perennial […]

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Go dtí an lá bán

A short story collection from Ciorcal Scríbhneoireachta Ghaoth Dobhair

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