Croke Park Jigsaw
Are you searching for the perfect gift for a GAA fan? This superb 3D puzzle of Croke Park stadium is a stunning replica for ages 7+ to enjoy.
Croke Park is a Gaelic games stadium in Dublin, Ireland. Named after Archbishop Thomas Croke, it serves as both the principal national stadium of Ireland and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Since 1891 the site has been used by the GAA to host Gaelic sports, including the annual All-Ireland in Gaelic football and hurling.
A major expansion and redevelopment of the stadium ran from 1991 to 2005, raising capacity to its current 82,300 spectators.This makes Croke Park the third-largest stadium in Europe, and the largest not usually used for association football in Europe.
The Moon Spun Round
This book brings the spirit and beauty of the writing of W.B. Yeats to the younger audience. Sumptuous illustrations complement the carefully selected works of Yeats, which includes poems, stories, a letter from his childhood, and an account of the childhood memories of his daughter Anne.
Including unpublished work, The Moon Spun Round draws on Yeats’ preoccupation with magic, fairy lore, place, family and childhood. The mystical and magical tone will entrance younger readers.
Rory’s Story Cubes
Discover Rory’s Story Cubes with nine dice from the Classic edition. Throw the dice and tell your story using the illustrations on the faces of the dice.
Their role? To act as a compass, a guide to invent the craziest and most wonderful stories and adventures of all kinds – fantasy, epic, magic, extra-terrestrial and more.
Mix and match the classic set with other sets, including Heroes, Voyages, Primal, Actions, Mystery, Astro, Emergency, Fantasia, and Harry Potter.
The Great Irish Farm Book by Darragh McCullough
Everything your child needs to know about Irish farms!
Did you know that there are almost 2,000,000 pigs in Ireland? And that sheep have rectangular pupils, which means they have amazing vision? Would you believe only 10 per cent of the milk produced in Ireland is consumed here? And that hens are pregnant for 21 days, but a horse can be pregnant for up to 345 days? How about the fact that despite our love of spuds, grass is Ireland’s top crop, covering 3,700,000 hectares, while potatoes cover only 9,000 hectares?
From the farmer’s day to the changing of the seasons, from animals and crops to machinery and technology, and from ancient times to the modern day, The Great Irish Farm Book will take you on a fascinating journey through life on an Irish farm.