Milly McCarthy is a Complete Catastrophe / Milly McCarthy and the Irish Dancing Disaster by Leona Forde & Karen Harte
Ten year old Milly McCarthy lives in Cork with her mam and dad, younger brothers Ryan and Zack and her baby sister. She’s a lovable, confident, feisty character and her adventures make us laugh.
A MIND LIKE MINE takes a look at twenty one famous people, past and present, who have lived with or are living with various mental health conditions. They come from a range of diverse backgrounds and have achieved success in sport, science, politics and the arts.
Happy Birthday Story Snug! I can’t believe that Story Snug is eleven years old! The time has flown by!
The Dog Squad is a page turning, heartwarming story of family, friendship and dogs. Including a diverse cast of characters it intertwines themes of pet ownership, puppy farming, abandoned pets and LGBTQ issues.
20th June is World Refugee Day, a day celebrated internationally to honour people who have been forced to flee their home countries. A lot of the awareness that we have gained about refugees’ experiences and situations has come from reading and has led to conversations and more understanding about the difficulties that refugees face.
What’s Wild Outside Your Door? Discovering Nature in the City is a non fiction guide to the wildlife that can be found on our doorsteps, especially in more urban environments.
Moon’s Ramadan – A journey of celebration around the world is a beautifully illustrated introduction to Ramadan. It explains the events and traditions that take place during the time of fasting and the role that the moon plays in determining when Eid celebrations can begin.
Cress Watercress is a highly illustrated middle grade novel which follows the fortunes of the Watercress family after their Papa’s disappearance. This gentle woodland story is full of heart and encompasses themes of growing up, moving on, dealing with grief and learning to become part of a new community.
Mister Rogers’ Gift of Music is Donna Cangelosi’s debut picture book which is beautifully illustrated by Amanda Calatzis. The book tells the inspirational story of television presenter, Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers), and the way that music helped him to deal with different emotions throughout his life.