On The Road With
Mavis And Marge
Mavis and Marge are different from other animals. They want to go a-wandering. Over the hills, across the sea, and up to the moon they go, gathering a band of free-range friends on the way. But from far away, home has a new allure.
Niamh Sharkey & Max Eilenberg
Max Eilenberg's fresh and funny retelling meets a flamboyant fairytale cast.
I'm A Happy Hugglewug
Meet the Hugglewugs, a brand-new family - in fact, a brand-new species. Follow them as they go about their everyday lives - singing, eating, going to school, running, sliding, skipping and hugging.
Henry Hugglemonster, a CGI-animated television series on Disney Junior.
It's Christmas in Dinosaur Town. Ollie wants a dinobot, Molly wants a dinocycle and Milo wants to meet Santasaurus and fly on his sleigh. Will their wishes come true?
The Ravenous Beast
The ravenous beast is hungry - he's hungry, hungry, hungry. But is he the hungriest animal of all? The other animals don't think so, but they want to watch out, or the ravenous beast might just gobble them up and swallow them down.
Tales From Old Ireland
Niamh Sharkey & Malachy Doyle
This collection of favourite Irish folk tales includes the famous legends of the bewitched Children of Lir and the Twelve Wild Geese.
Jack And The Beanstalk
Niamh Sharkey & Richard Walker
Climb the beanstalk with Jack in this quirky take on the traditional tale. When there is no food in the cupboard, Jack goes to market to sell Daisy the cow. But rather than money, Jack procures magic beans and the promise of adventure.
The Gigantic Turnip
Niamh Sharkey & Aleksei Tolstoy
How many people (and animals!) will it take to pull up the massive turnip from the garden? A humorous retelling of the well-loved Russian tale, this cumulative counting tale celebrates cooperation, teamwork and the joys of gardening.
Tales of Wisdom & Wonder
Niamh Sharkey & Hugh Lupton
This award-winning collection of 7 traditional tales from around the world shows children the importance of looking beyond appearances.
Irish Legends For The Very Young
Aimed at early readers and written to be read aloud to young children, Irish Legends For The Very Young contains a new retelling of three of the best-loved Irish legends: The Children of Lir, How Setanta Became Cúchulainn, and Oisín in Tír na nÓg.