Melissa Wiley and her brood go on an Irish rabbit trail of learning.
Hope is the Word and St. Patrick’s Day picture books.
Carrie at 5 Minutes for Books with more St. Patrick’s Day Irish picture books.
Cindy Swanson’s favorite Irish books and stuff.
Ireland by Frank Delaney, reviewed at Cindy’s Book Club.
The Girl Who Lived on the Moon by Frank Delaney, reviewed at Jules Book Reviews.
The Last Storyteller by Frank Delaney, reviewed by Carrie at Books and Movies.
Leaving Ardglass by William King, reviewed at Reading Matters.
The Outside Boy by Jeanine Cummins, reviewed at Take Me Away. YA fiction about a Pavee Gypsy boy in 1950’s Ireland.
An Irish Country Doctor by Patrick Taylor, reviewed by Page Turner.
An Irish COuntry Girl by Patrick Taylor, reviewed by Beth at Weavings.
An Irish County Courtship by Patrick Taylor, reviewed by Beth at Weavings.
Indie Reader: A bit o’ Irish fiction.
Dance Lessons by Aine Greaney, reviewed at IndieReader.
The Wild Irish Sea by Lucinda McGary, reviewed by Gautami Tripathy at Everything Distills into Reading.
Black Potatoes: The Story of the Great Irish Famine, 1845-1850 by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, reviewed at Fingers and Prose.
S Is for Shamrock and other Irish-themed picture books, reviewed at 5 Minutes for Books.
Trinity by Leon Uris, reviewed at Whimpulsive.
And here a few links to Irish-related posts here at Semicolon:
Writings of St. Patrick for Lent.
Celebrating the Irish.
St. Patrick’s Breastplate by St. Patrick, c.400. The Lorica.
Be Thou My Vision
An Old Woman of the Roads by Padraic Colum.
A Few Irish Blessings for St. Patrick’s Day.
Easter, 1916 by W.B. Yeats.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, reading and wearing of the green! If you have an Irish book or review link to share, please leave it in the comments section for all to enjoy.