THIS PICTURE BOOK TELLS THE STORY of how a swan mother and father overcome obstacles to get their five newly hatched babies safely across the Bundoran Road to the salt marsh on the other side.
The... More > story ends with the babies and the parents safe in the salt marsh under the watch of Benbulben, the table mountain that the poet W.B. Yeats immortalized.
The salt marsh is beside the Bundoran Road, outside of Mullaghmore, County Sligo, Ireland.< Less
These photographs showcase the beauty of Northwest Ireland. Lakes, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, bays, and oceans--Northwest Ireland has it all. The Nobel Prize winning poet W.B. Yeats celebrated... More > this part of Ireland in his poetry. This photobook shows why.< Less
Twelve-year old Fiona loves flowers so much she steals tulips from the garden of 85 year-old Rose and gets into big trouble. Rose and Fiona are at a standoff until they finally work out a deal that... More > makes them both happy.< Less
THIS BOOK IS FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT to understand child sexual abuse in new ways. Based on interviews, the book shows what child sexual abuse means to child and adult survivors, perpetrators, and... More > mothers of survivors. The realities are harsh, but dealing with harsh realities leads to hope and recovery.
The book also describes how survivors recover from child sexual abuse, describes treatment and prevention programs, and makes recommendations for polices and education programs.
Above all, this book is for survivors and their families so that they can understand the harsh realities in their own lives, find goodness and hope within themselves and in trustworthy other people, and go on to rich and fulfilling lives.< Less
This picture book tells the story of how five cygnets and their parents overcame obstacles to get to the salt marsh on the other side of the road from the nest where the babies were born. First,... More > there was the traffic, until mother swan stood in the middle of the road. The traffic stopped. Then one of the babies was comfortable lying on the road. Once on the other side, the babies did not want to leave the warmth of the blacktop. Next, the wire fence prevented the babies from getting to the marsh. Finally, they made it. The cygnets and their parents paddled off into the southwest. Benbulben the mountain watched over them. The road they crossed is Bundoran Road, outside of Mullaghmore, County Sligo, Ireland.< Less
This 2010 calendar contains scenes from Northwest Ireland, a beautiful, rural part of the country. Glenade Lake, Streedagh Strand, Mullies, and Irish landscapes are just some of the photos in this... More > calendar.< Less
This calendar contains photographs of the beautiful Northwest of Ireland. Counties Leitrim, Cavan, and Sligo are well-represented to show the variety of landscapes in this part of Ireland. Jane... More > Gilgun, who is the photographer, has family roots in County Leitirim, as do hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world.< Less
Experience the beauty of northwest Ireland as if you were on a horse. Stunning photos of horses and the lakes, moutains, and bays of County Leitrim and County Sligo show Ireland in shimmering color.... More > If you've never been to Ireland, this book will make you want to go. If you've been there, this book will make you want to go back. If you live there, you will want to visit these places once again or see them for the first time.< Less
This calendar shows photographs from North Leitrim, County Leitrim, Ireland, one of the most beautiful and undiscovered places in Ireland. Lakes, mountains, green hills, and ancient architecture... More > combine to show how lovely North Leitrim is.< Less
THROUGH POETRY, Jane Gilgun tells the story of one woman's life. Born in coastal Rhode Island, USA, Jane galloped Sadie Cummings, a race horse, on Narragansett Beach, tramped through the Spring... More > Woods, and found beauty, mystery, and hurt in the people and events in her life. She shows how the themes of childhood weave themselves into her life as a horsewoman, a nature enthusiast, a woman in love, a social worker, a violence researcher, and a seeker of the spiritual.
Written in imagist, lyric, and narrative styles, these poems convey the rhythms of a life fully lived--the sharp, sometimes painful intrusions of beauty, the transcendence of erotic love, the fears and intrigue of bodily changes, the horror of violence, and the warmth and comfort of everyday life.< Less