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County Kerry Calendar 2012 By James Mason
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County Kerry Calendar for 2012, featuring stunning photography. This includes; Dunbeg Fort, Blennerville Windmill, Fenit, Muckross House Gardens and Lake, Horse and Trap Blasket Harbour,... More > Inishtooskert, The Ring of Kerry, Gallorus Oratory, Slea Head and St. Michael's Ballinskellig. The perfect gift for Christmas, Birthdays and other Special Occasions!< Less
An American Holocaust: The Story of Lataine's Ring By Kerry L. Barger
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On March 18, 1937 around 3:17 pm, one of the most modern school buildings in America exploded in a rural community decimating the student population and destroying innocent lives. Considered the... More > worst public school disaster in U.S. history, controversial theories surrounding this tragedy are still debated to this day. The event sparked changes that soon reverberated around the world and continue to affect each of us in our homes, schools, businesses and places of worship. This story relays more than simple facts. It is a personal account of unprepared loss and shattered dreams, followed by unfathomable grief. It describes the feelings of those who died in their innocence and of those who witnessed horror and lived through the aftermath. This is also a story of hope. Countless lives have been saved by bold actions that were taken in the wake of this unanticipated sacrifice of so many children who were literally consumed by fire on the day a generation died in Texas.< Less
Kerry, Ireland A.D. 800 By Janna D. Tierney
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"A dark shadow continues to grow over a small coastal clan in Kerry. Will our two young heroes be prepared for what is likely to be the greatest event of their lives? Join spunky Eileen and her... More > foundling cousin, Séamus, in this inspiring coming-of-age tale where high adventure and important life lessons combine in an educational and entertaining story which lads and lasses of all ages will enjoy." Set in Ireland's majestic Ring of Kerry in the year of our Lord, 800, this book tells the story of the early medieval Irish people through the eyes of four children. These young heroes must learn to face losses, difficulty, and changes, and accept their responsibilities and duties. Intertwined with tales from ancient Irish folklore and mythology, this story is culturally rich and riddled with history. From shipwrecks to Vikings, the adventure-filled plot is engaging and entertaining. Recommended for ages 8 and up.< Less
Shades of Green By Joe Heron
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Republic of Ireland tour September 2011. Dublin, Killarny, Blarney, Ring of Kerry
2016 Calendar - Enchanted Ireland By Ellyn Dye
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The beauty of Ireland will enchant you, from megalithic sites, to castles, to north Atlantic coastlines in this thirteen-month calendar with photographs by Ellyn Dye. Images include Glendalough, Trim... More > Castle, the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, and the Cliffs of Moher. Other travel calendars by Ellyn feature images of Alaska, Bermuda, France, the Grand Canyon and Sedona, Jamaica, and Cathar Country--the Languedoc region of Southern France associated with the Cathars, Mary Magdalene, and the Knights Templar. Matted prints of the images in all travel calendars are available at Ellyn Dye is also the author of "The Search for the Crystal Key," a fantasy adventure for all ages about believing in yourself and the power of love. She is working on a new book, “Creating Heaven on Earth…One Soul at a Time; A How-To Manual from the Perspective of a Near-Death Experience.”< Less
Ireland 2011 photos By Katie Killary
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Pictures from my recent trip to Ireland in August, 2011. Scenes include Dublin, The Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of Moher and Galway City.
Emerald Island: An Artist's Guide to Irish Wildflowers By Bea Nettles
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Photographer Bea Nettles traveled throughout Ireland creating these detailed shots of summer wildflowers in combination with the beautiful landscapes where they are found growing. Plant names are... More > shown in Irish, Latin, and English.< Less
Wild Women of Lynn: Writings from the Walnut Street Coffee Café By Blaine Hebbel, Editor
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Your breath is in my song my song is in your story your story is in my heart my heart is your hands your hands are on my body my body is on your mind your mind is in my spirit my spirit is in... More > your fire your fire is in my life my life My life! My life is on fire!< Less
Isolated Incidents By Rafael Kayanan
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The first volume showcasing 88 pages of meticulously drawn pen and ink images, rough marker concept sketches and grey toned computer work by artist Rafael Kayanan. Kayanan's professional credits... More > include Turok, Firestorm, Drizzt, Conan, Star Wars, Spider-Man and Batman comics. His concept art was utilized for films such as John Carter of Mars directed by Kerry Conran, and the Hunted directed by William Friedkin. He is an approved Lord of the Rings New Line and Star Wars Lucas Film sketch card artist. He is presently an illustrator for the upcoming Spider-Man musical on Broadway.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 14. Ireland Travel Guide (Covers Ireland & Northern Ireland) By Tony Kelbrat
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Ireland is an island west of England in the Atlantic Ocean. In 1938, most of Ireland got its independence except for Northern Ireland which is still ruled by the United Kingdom. Irish or Gaelic is... More > a Celtic language related to Scottish Gaelic that is still spoken by some of the people but English is the everyday tongue for virtually everybody. A lot of immigrants have settled in Ireland so it's multicultural. Ireland is still beautiful. rural and old school in most places. Things are cheap now because of overbuilt real estate and business during the past boom. There are small, winding country roads. St. Patrick's Day festivities include a parade and the Lord Mayor's Ball in Dublin. You can take a river cruise down the Shannon. There are many quiet seaside villages. Follow St. Patrick's life at the Rock of Cashel. It's a mystical, ancient place. The Ring of Kerry is a scenic seaside drive. Try #914.15 at the library for books about Ireland.< Less