This has been a challenging year. We have all wanted to run away, find an adventure and a bit of magic. We need some reassurance. And a sense of boldness, something to lift the spirits. Fortunately, Irish authors and publishers have come to rescue with books for young people of all ages that comfort, entertain and enchant. From picture books to young adult novels, here is a bakers’ dozen of the best.
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