Up our magical time of year
(Harper Collins €10.49) and er PG Bell. And best-selling author Matt Haig brings us the simple, thoughtful
(Canongate €11.99), a wise, warm book.
(€8, at Dunnes Stores nationwide) by 11 year old Keeva Delaney is a charming and witty tale and all proceeds go to the charity Cliona’s Foundation which supports families with a life limiting illness. Gift books abound this year.
(Scholastic €14.99) by Dara O’briain will appeal to all generations, whilst
(O’brien €12.74) by Sarah Webb is a wonderful celebratory book about extraordinary Irish women who took the world by storm.
Packed with fun, fascinating facts, this book celebrates women from every walk of life down through the ages and picked up a prize at the recent An Post Irish Book Awards.
(Little Island €18.99) by Aga Grandowicz and Rob Maguire is a real treat for animal lovers. An amazing large format book with riveting information and first-class illustrations.
The National Trust’s
(Nosy Crow €24.99) by Frann Preston-gannon is an inspired poetry anthology, with nature poems for every day of the year.
(Gill & Macmillan €19.99) by meteorologist Joanna Donnelly is chock-a-block with fun facts and experiments that every child will love, and you could frame every page of the stunning
(Templar €23.99) by Raman Prinja and hang them on your walls.
Isobel Conachy (8) enjoying her Christmas Book