Book Review – Atlantis United

Book Review – Atlantis United

Joe plays as left back in soccer, Kim plays rugby, Craig plays tennis, Ajit plays cricket and Jess is a runner. All of them think that they are no good at their sport. Five scouts come to look at them and think they have the potential to become a sports superstar....
Book Review – The Sleeping Giant

Book Review – The Sleeping Giant

The Sleeping Giant by Marie Louise Fitzpatrick is the latest edition of this book which was first published in 1991. It is a magical book with wonderful illustrations which  both adults and children of all ages will find engaging and captivating. The story is about a...
Book Review: Sam Hannigan’s Rock Star Granny

Book Review: Sam Hannigan’s Rock Star Granny

Sam Hannigan’s Rock Star Granny is written and illustrated by Alan Nolan and published by O’ Brien Press. Nanny Gigg enters a competition on the radio for a night in a posh bed and breakfast and tickets to go and see her favourite band, the Roaming Scones. They win...
Book Review: Scavenger Hunt

Book Review: Scavenger Hunt

Cass is the main character in the story and she goes on a scavenger hunt with her friends, Lex and Nicholas. Everything is going well until she looks at the shed and discovers the weather vane is not there. Also, her friend Carmella from the retirement home has lost...
Book Review: Saint Brigid the Fearless

Book Review: Saint Brigid the Fearless

This book described the life of St. Brigid, a Patron Saint of Ireland. St. Brigid was born in 451 AD, and was a contemporary of St. Patrick. Brigid’s father Dubhtach was a chieftain, but her mother Brocca was a slave. This meant Brigid was a slave also. Right from the...
Book Review: The Little Book of Irish Saints

Book Review: The Little Book of Irish Saints

The Little Book Of Irish Saints was a small book which I found very enjoyable. Each chapter is about a different Irish saint who did great things in Ireland. In each story they tell you about the saints life and some of their greatest deeds or miracles. I learned a...