Book Review: A Sailor Went to Sea Sea Sea

Book Review: A Sailor Went to Sea Sea Sea

The children in my class thought that this book, “A Sailor Went to Sea Sea Sea” by Sarah Webb and Steve Mc Carthy,  was a fabulous book. They really enjoyed the poems and they had great fun reading the poems by themselves and aloud. The collection of poems is...
Book Review – In a Nutshell Series

Book Review – In a Nutshell Series

“Firsts for Irish Women” by Olive Collins, “Martin Luther King Jr.” by Andrew O’Connor and “Pope Francis” by Brian Doyle are all books which are part of Poolbeg’s “In a Nutshell” series. The first of these books depicts the lives of six Irish women from 1818 onwards...
Book Review – Pawns

Book Review – Pawns

I really enjoyed reading this book and I would highly recommend it. There’s a lot of spying, action and adventure. I felt like I was in the story along with the three main characters who are friends that find themselves caught up in the action at a very volatile...
Léirmheas: Cillian ag Comhaireamh

Léirmheas: Cillian ag Comhaireamh

Tá an leabhar seo, scríobhta ag Siobhán Grogan, greannmhar agus idirghníomhach. Áis iontach atá i gceist a bhaineann usáid as athrá agus scéal cliste. Cé go gceapann Cillian go bhfuil a bhreithlá dearmadta ag gach éinne, ní mar sin a thiteann cúrsaí amach ag an...
Book Review: Votes For Women

Book Review: Votes For Women

I really enjoyed “Votes for Women – The Irish Women’s Suffrage Movement”. The author, Caroline Busher, has created an interesting and exciting non-fiction book that provides lots of information about real women who fought for their right to vote in Ireland. I love...
Book Review: Stand By Me

Book Review: Stand By Me

“Stand by Me” by Judy Curtin is an amazing sequel to “Time after Time” and a touching book that blends two diverse themes of fantasy and reality. This spellbinding tale illustrates the adventures of Molly and Beth. When they find out that their fun-loving uncle is...