Big tales for little ears: our round-up of the best audiobooks for children
Whether your kids are reluctant readers, avid bibliophiles or just need to be kept happy in the car, Sara Keating’s list of outstanding audiobooks for kids of all ages is here to help
There is nothing worse than the impatient cries of children in the back of the car: “Are we there yet? Are we there yet?” As families embark upon long drives across Ireland for their inevitable staycations, they should consider using audiobooks as a distraction.
For reluctant readers who struggle with stories in textual form to those who tear through tomes quicker than you can buy them, audiobooks offer a different level of engagement...
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Milk Fed: Food for thought on the erotic possibilities of frozen yogurt
new novel takes an original and refreshing approach towards the fraught subjects of eating disorders, dysfunctional relationships and sex
Agents of Influence: The shadowy figures who fed IRA information to Britain’s deep state
Despite the dangers and unspeakable punishments if caught, there was no shortage of double agents willing to infiltrate the IRA during the Troubles
First Person Singular: Murakami still a master at keeping readers on their toes
The Japanese novelist’s latest short story collection is an unsettling mix of magic realism and jarring bluntness
Book extract: What Matters Now
In this extract from his new memoir What Matters Now, broadcaster and author Gareth O’Callaghan looks back to 2019 and the happiness he shared with his partner Paula, even as they faced into a future made torturous and uncertain by the news that O’Callaghan was suffering from a rare neurological illness called multiple system atrophy