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The Forgotten Irish by Damian Shiels The Forgotten Irish by Damian Sheils is a must read for anyone interested in nineteenth century Irish history. The…

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The House at the Edge of the Night by Katherine Rundell An immediately entertaining read, love, lust, history and history its got it in abundance. Its…

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Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell This has the quality and warmth of a children's classic. It is a gorgeous story about a little girl in search…

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Clonmel Library Book Review: Fizzlebert Stump, The Boy Who Ran Away From The Circus (and Joined The Library) By A.F. Harrold

There are many boys in the world and some of them have the same name but there's only one Fizzlebert Stump! This boy is as…

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CLonmel Library Book Review: The Wolf Wilder By Katherine Rundell

This is a beautiful story about Feo who undertakes a treacherous journey through dangerous, snowy Russia. She is trying to save her mother who has…

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Clonmel Library Book Review: Boy On The Porch By Sharon Creech

One day a couple wake up to find a boy asleep on their porch. Unable to speak the boy cannot explain from where he has…

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Clonmel Library Book Review: Little Bits Of Sky By S.E. Durrant

Little Bits of Sky is truly a lovely story. The plot revolves around a girl, Ira, aged 11 and her brother Zac aged 9 who…

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Clonmel Library: Book Review: Meeting Cezanne By Michael Morpugo

A young boy is staying in the south of France while his mother is recovering from surgery. Not excited about the trip his mother tells…

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Clonmel Library: Book Review: Lincoln And His Boys By Rosemary Wells

Abraham Lincoln was a playful and very loving father. In this story we see the human side of a hugely historic figure. Wells gives a…

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Clonmel Library: Book Review: Pompeii By Robert Harris

This fast paced and well researched novel will satisfy both fans of historical fiction and thriller alike. As the name suggests the story centres around…

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