March 17, 2014

Don't Get Pinched!

If you forgot to wear your green today, grab one of these titles!  This list represents only a small portion of our fiction set in and nonfiction about Ireland-- head over to the online catalog or ask at the Information Desk for help finding even more great selections!



Tracing your Irish family history by Anthony Adolph.
The time of my life by Cecelia Ahern.
The secret army; the IRA, 1916-1970 by J. Bowyer Bell.
The pig goes to hog heaven by Joseph Caldwell.
The Isles: A history by Norman Davies.
The matchmaker of Kenmare: A novel of Ireland by Frank Delaney.
Casting off by Nicole R. Dickson.
Faithful Place by Tana French.
A portrait of the artist as a young man by James Joyce.
The great shame: And the triumph of the Irish in the English-speaking world by Thomas Keneally.
1916: A novel of the Irish rebellion by Morgan Llywelyn.
The complete idiot's guide to Irish history and culture by Sonja Massie.
In search of Ireland's heroes: The story of the Irish from the English invasion to the present day by Carmel McCaffrey.
Leprechauns and Irish folklore by Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce.
Sometimes a rogue by Mary Jo Putney.
A Dublin student doctor by Patrick Taylor.

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