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  1. A Golden Era 2: Profiles of Irish Masters Athletes, by Michael Gygax
    €19.95

    A Golden Era 2 showcases Irish athletics with a particular emphasis on masters athletes born between 1956 and 1982

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  2. "I Am Enough!" Words to Live By, by Gary Cunningham
    €9.95

    Inside these pages are stories based on situations described by students: bullying, peer pressure, dealing with grief, social media and, shockingly, suicide. Young people today are not `moody and rude' - they are simply trying to navigate a fast-changing, high-pressured world while feeling very unsure of themselves.

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  3. The Boundless and Miraculous: The Found Poems of Vincent van Gogh, by Larry Stapleton

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    “Stapleton’s accessible and illuminating collection of sonnets works well as a series of glimpses into the consciousness of a great artist; the diary of a soul.” – The Sunday Times (UK) Learn More
  4. Dronehenge: The Story Behind the Remarkable Discovery at Newgrange, by Anthony Murphy
    €19.95

    Tells the story of what Clare Tuffy of the OPW calls “probably the greatest discovery in archaeological terms in Ireland of this century” and attempts to unravel some of its mysteries.

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  5. The Motorcar in Ireland: 1896-1939 by Leanne Blaney
    €19.95

    This delightful social history offers an overall historical assessment of the development of the motorcar within Ireland and its role as a modernising force impacting and influencing change on the island between the years 1896-1939. With numerous B&W photographs it brings the fascinating story of the early years of the motorcar to life with colour and humour.

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  6. War, Suffering and the Search for Human Rights by Peadar King
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    From Iraq to Brazil, Libya to the Western Sahara, Syria to South Sudan and beyond, war destroys the lives of millions of people. In this hard-hitting book, Peadar King describes the root causes of ongoing conflicts in thirteen countries and argues convincingly that these wars are not inevitable, they don’t just happen: they are the result of colonial misrule, corporate greed, corruption, the military-industrial complex and big country power struggles. Learn More

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