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The Coroner’s Daughter by Andrew Hughes

book coverDuring the lockdown, I came upon books in all sorts of ways. Once I had exhausted my supply of library books, I started swapping books with my neighbour, who was in turn, supplying half the street with books! Our very own neighbourhood library. And this was how I chanced upon Irish writer, Andrew Hughes’s, second novel – “The Coroner’s Daughter”.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Dinosaur Explorers

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen a graphic novel called ‘Dinosaur Explorers, Vol.1: Prehistoric Pioneers’, written by Albbie and Redcote and illustrated by Air Team.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Is This Panama?

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen a non-fiction book called ‘Is This Panama?’ written by Jan Thornhill and illustrated by Soyeon Kim. This book tells the fascinating story of why and how different animals migrate.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Ox, House, Stick

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen a non-fiction book called ‘Ox, House, Stick: The History of Our Alphabet’, written by Don Robb and illustrated by Anne Smith. This book tells the story of how the Roman alphabet developed.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Ivy and Bean

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen an e-book called ‘Ivy and Bean #1’, written by Annie Barrows and illustrated by Sophie Blackall. Despite living across the road from each other, Bean has no intention of ever becoming friends with Ivy. Of course, that is before they have their first adventure together.

Method Man: Elia Kazan

Kazan Dateline – 10 April 1952, Washington DC. Critically acclaimed film director, co-founder of ‘The Actor’s Studio’ and the darling of Broadway, Elia Kazan, appears before the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC). Kazan testifies that he was a member of a clandestine Communist cell in 1934 and names eight fellow actors as his comrades in this revolutionary cadre. Informing on colleagues meant Kazan was free to continue his stellar.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Peter Pan

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen ‘Peter Pan’, written by J.M. Barrie.  Wendy, John and Michael join Peter Pan in a world where fairies live and children can fly.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Ariol: Thunder Horse

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen a graphic novel called ‘Ariol: Thunder Horse’, written by Emmanuel Guibert and illustrated by Marc Boutavant. Enjoy twelve funny stories starring Ariol.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with Dinosaurs Roar, Butterflies Soar!

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen a non-fiction book called ‘Dinosaurs Roar, Butterflies Soar!’ written and illustrated by Bob Barner. This book tells the story of butterflies and how their lives intersected with dinosaurs millions of years ago.

Summer Stars Tumble Books with The Day-Glo Brothers

book titleCelebrate summer reading with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen a non-fiction book called ‘The Day-Glo Brothers’, written by Chris Barton and illustrated by Tony Persiani. This is the true story of how two brothers accidentally discovered a new colour.

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