Book Review: Spuds and the Spider

Book Review: Spuds and the Spider

This book is aimed to captivate the post Montessori pupils. It is a very creative, fun and descriptive story. The story is about a leprechaun couple and a spider. It exemplifies the mantra of ‘Never judge a book by its cover’. The story is written by Seamus O’Conaill...
Léirmheas – Scéalta le hInsint don Ghealach

Léirmheas – Scéalta le hInsint don Ghealach

Ó thaobh litríochta agus ealaíne, is leabhair álainn é seo. Thosnaíos á léamh le mo rang sinsir (4ú go 6ú) tar éis aonad faoin  mbéaloideas. Chomh maith le sin táim tar éis an leabhair a  úsáid mar bhunús de roinnt ranganna ealaíne agus dánta.  Ta sceitseanna Olivia...
Book Review: Seeds of Liberty

Book Review: Seeds of Liberty

In this book the author aims to give the reader insights into three revolutions in three different countries through three different characters. In my opinion she executes this in a manner King Louis 16th of France would be proud of! In Boston in the 1780s there is...
Book Review: The Girl Who Thought in Pictures

Book Review: The Girl Who Thought in Pictures

“The Girl Who Thought in Pictures”, written by Julia Finley Mosca and illustrated by Daniel Rieley, is a picture book published in 2017 based on the story of Dr. Temple Grandin, known in equal measures as a world authority on animal welfare as well as being an...
Book Review: Where’s Larry?

Book Review: Where’s Larry?

This colouring book makes history and geography fun! I was always excited to find out what place Larry was going to next and where he would be hiding. I loved the way every place was Irish, and not some other place you have never heard of. When Larry is talking about...