Charlie Byrne’s now has copies of local author Carina Ginty’s trilogy Captain Cillian in stock! Captain Cillian is a fun friendly sailor from Ireland. He loves exploring the seas and oceans with his friends. These learning adventure books will take you on a journey of discovery! With Captain Cillian readers aged 3-9 years will explore Ireland, learn [...]
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.
We’ve just got some amazing new storybooks in our kid’s section!
We love World Book Book Day so much here in Charlie Byrne’s we’ve turned it into World Book Week. Each year we invite local schools into our children’s section for fun free storytelling – and this year we’re reading to over 300 children during the school week. We’re also delighted to invite everyone to our [...]
We’re very excited to announce our Halloween Storytime Costume Party! Join us on Saturday the 26th of October at 11am for our fancy dress Halloween Storytime, where we’ll have lots of tricks and treats, (not so) scary stories, costumes and games! We invite everyone to come along in their Halloween costumes, and we’ll have treats [...]
We’re delighted to announce that children’s book author and illustrator Oisín McGann will read in our children’s section on Saturday the 19th of October at 12.30pm as part of the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children. Oisin McGann is the author and illustrator of the Forbidden Files, the Mad Grandad series for early readers, The [...]
We’re delighted to offer a buy 1 – get 1 free offer on all Where’s Wally books, while stock lasts. We’re big Where’s Wally fans here in Charlie Byrne’s and it’s not just us, Where’s Wally is our most requested children’s activity book, so snap up two for €8.60 before they disappear.
Do you remember these? We’re all delighted to see so many vintage Ladybird books and reminisce about their covers and illustrations and reading them over and over. Our childhood favourite’s were the Read-It-Yourself books and abridged classics. I could personally recite The Magic Porridge Pot without looking at the pages. These have sparked lots of [...]