There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen ‘Old Timers’, written by Noa Schwartz and illustrated by Erica Vipond. This is a poignant story about a boy coming to terms with the fact that his grandfather is unwell.
There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen ‘Tyson the Terrible’, written and illustrated by Diane and Christyan Fox. Three little dinosaurs hear a loud Boom! Boom! Boom! and are afraid that the scariest dinosaur is heading their way.
There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen ‘Me Too!’ written and illustrated by Jamie Harper. This is a charming story about Grace, who is fed up because her little sister Lucy always wants to copy her.
Sometimes, we need a bit of help when it comes to choosing our next book especially as there's such a great selection of children's titles available these days. So, if you're aged between 11-13 and looking for inspiration, why not let yourself be guided by some of the choices from Ballymun library children's book club?
Welcome to our family history blog. In week two we looked at the 1911 census for James McCormack and his wife Catherine. This week we will be looking at the births registers trying to find a birth certificate for James their son and if we are lucky any other children they might have had. We start as usual by accessing www.irishgenealogy.ie
There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today, we have chosen ‘Mechanimals’, written and illustrated by Chris Tougas. When a tornado ruins a farm, the farmer uses the scrap metal lying about to make animals.
There are over 7,000 newspapers and magazines on every conceivable subject on PressReader. We're going to take a look at the sporting publications that are available. These sports include cycling, running, yachting, horse racing and boxing. The more well-known sports are football, golf and rugby.
Brighter Days Ahead: Irish Sailors Merchant Shipmen, a Memorial
November the month of the Holy Souls is a month of commemorations and remembrances of all our dead and in particular our war dead. Remembrance Day on the eleventh of November or Poppy day as it is sometimes called grew out of recognition of Armistice Day. The celebration of Armistice Day, traditionally a British reserve has spread worldwide and is referred to as Remembrance Day or Veterans Day depending on where you are.
Celebrate Science Week with Dublin City Libraries. There are a lot of books to enjoy from our TumbleBooks collection. Today we have chosen ‘50 Burning Questions’ written Tanya Lloyd Kyi and illustrated by Ross Kinnaird.