Following on from the huge success of his first book Shackleton’s Journey, Kate Greenaway Medal winner William Grill takes us back to the dying days of the old west in The Wolves of Currumpaw.
New in at Charlie Byrne’s and sky-rocketing into our 16 Books to Read Before You’re 16 list is Claire Hennessy’s fantastic latest novel Nothing Tastes as Good.
We have a fantastic selection of all things Irish in our children’s section, just in time to get you prepared for the 1916 centenary celebrations! It can often be hard to get kids interested in historical fiction but luckily children’s manager Ruth is here with her pick of the best in Irish children’s historical fiction on [...]
A new addition to our children’s section is Zenji and the Muzzy Bug, a mindful and magical sleep solution by Irish author Aislí Madden. This book seeks to promote mindfulness and relaxation for children who find it difficult to unwind at bedtime, making it an ideal bedtime story!
Charlie Byrne’s kid’s section will be hosting a very special workshop in association with Baboró this Tuesday the 13th of October at 3pm! We are lucky enough to have Louise Shanagher and Rose Finerty author and illustrator of It’s Always There returning to our store to do a reading of their book as well as a lovely [...]
Our Children’s section has just unveiled a whole new section dedicated to cracking reading for children with dyslexia! This new section is filled with books by publishers Barrington Stoke which are specifically designed to be more appealing and accessible to children who have dyslexia or difficulty with reading.
Charlie Byrne’s kid’s section is having another very special Saturday Story Time! We are lucky enough to have Louise Shanagher author of It’s Always There popping in to do a reading of her book as well as a lovely meditation and mindfullness workshop perfect for young children at 11am this Saturday the 18th of July!