THE DINGLE PENINSULA
Utter Press 2013
€14.99 including postage
Hailed as 'far and away the best of the many books about the area' by the Examiner, this indispensable guide is now available in a revised and updated edition.
GATHERING LIGHT ON THE DINGLE PENINSULA
€29.95 plus postage
Few places in Europe are as strikingly beautiful as the stretch of coastline around Dingle. Rich in heritage and famed for its wild rugged landscape, this is the haunt of John Hooton, one of Ireland’s most distinguished landscape photographers. This book of 200 stunning images captures the extraordinary light and atmosphere of the peninsula. A perfect souvenir.
ENOUGH IS PLENTY
Felicity Hayes McCoy
In the follow up to her super seller The House on an Irish Hillside (book €14.99,audio version 6 CDs €26.99) Felicity Hayes McCoy enhances her account of coming to live in the Dingle Peninsula with
beautiful photography and more reflections on the changing seasons. With a foreword by Alice Taylor.
THE SLEEPING GIANT
Marie Louise Fitzpatrick
Wolfhound Press €9.99 plus postage
The best selling classic story for children,one time winner of the Bisto Book of the Year Award, is back in a beautiful anniversary edition.
FUNGIE, FUNGIE & MARA,FUNGIE AGUS AN TINE MHÓR
Ré O Laighleis and Anne-Marie McCarthy
The adventures of the Dingle Dolphin in a strikingly illustrated threesome of books for the up to fives, in Irish and English. The first book includes a DVD.
THE DOG FROM DINGLE WHO LOST HIS BARK
by Mark Stratton
Illustrated by Martine Moriarty
A charming picture book for 4 - 6 year olds set amongst the local scenery of the Dingle Peninsula. The Dingle Dog wakes after a terrible storm one night to realise something is missing: his bark! After many adventures, and with the help of a whale, a crab, a seagull and a wise old walrus he finally tracks it down. Mark Stratton has been visiting the Dingle Peninsula for years; Martine Moriarty is one of our best loved local artists.