# reading - Today’s News
…When really you’re killing it on Candy Crush.
# reading - Sunday 23 November, 2014
The tree is so pathetic, locals have started a campaign against it.
# reading - Sunday 9 November, 2014
Louise O’Neill’s debut novel has been getting rave reviews.
# reading - Wednesday 5 November, 2014
# reading - Sunday 2 November, 2014
Joyce or Rowling?
# reading - Friday 17 October, 2014
For every child who reads voraciously and indiscriminately, there is one who can’t relate to the books their parents are urging them to read. Solution? Find a book THEY love.
# reading - Monday 13 October, 2014
# reading - Thursday 9 October, 2014
The award is the biggest prize in literature and is worth €877,000.
# reading - Saturday 6 September, 2014
One organisation, SUAS, is helping to fight that.
# reading - Thursday 4 September, 2014
Visitor numbers to the NLI are up 42% on last year.
# reading - Tuesday 2 September, 2014
# reading - Wednesday 20 August, 2014
Ferguson and Facebook, eating meat, and the Ice Bucket Challenge.
# reading - Wednesday 23 July, 2014
So was Englishman David Mitchell, who lives in Co Cork.
# reading - Friday 18 July, 2014
A penguin with two dads, children adopted from China, and an American favourite.
# reading - Thursday 3 July, 2014
# reading - Sunday 29 June, 2014
A ready-to-go shopping list.
# reading - Sunday 4 May, 2014
It was inside you the whole time, padawan.
# reading - Friday 25 April, 2014
The Northern Irishman has had to work his way up the ladder. We spoke to those there at the beginning.
# reading - Wednesday 23 April, 2014
The report from UNESCO found that access to mobile devices encourages people in developing countries to read full-length books and stories through their phone.
# reading - Saturday 5 April, 2014
Funding for Dublin City Public Libraries has dropped by about €800,000 in the last six years.
# reading - Sunday 23 March, 2014
These shops are just as special as the books they sell.
There’s also room for the story of Scotland’s greatest win and a study of box kicking in rugby.
# reading - Sunday 16 March, 2014
Serie A stagnation, the Caribbean in Dublin and the wonder of Stevie G: the week’s best sportswriting
Get the kettle on and enjoy this lot.
# reading - Tuesday 25 February, 2014
Teach them well and let them lead the way…
# reading - Sunday 23 February, 2014
One contains 29 kilometres of books worth of books.
# reading - Sunday 16 February, 2014
For a start, you definitely know it’s Wingardium Levio-saa, not Levio-saar.
# reading - Monday 10 February, 2014
This month’s book is The Cat-cher in the Rye.
# reading - Sunday 9 February, 2014
From Roald Dahl to Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.
# reading - Friday 31 January, 2014
Look like a smarty pants in front of your mates, and get ahead of the curve.
# reading - Saturday 28 December, 2013
David Epstein’s work addresses the nature v nurture debate in the most balanced manner we have come across.
# reading - Thursday 26 December, 2013
Amazon have calculated its list of best-selling books by sales of print and Kindle edition books published in 2013.
# reading - Sunday 22 December, 2013
Who knew books could cause such a fuss?
# reading - Monday 16 December, 2013
Gains throughout the lifetime of the program are ‘consistent’, Education Minister Ruairi Quinn said.
# reading - Sunday 15 December, 2013
Set your iPad to stunned.
# reading - Tuesday 3 December, 2013
A report today pointed to improvement in these areas since 2009 but the Minister for Education said we are not in the top league yet and cannot be complacent.
# reading - Sunday 24 November, 2013
Unlike the ESB bill, here’s some writing we enjoyed this week.
# reading - Sunday 10 November, 2013
Check this lot out.
# reading - Sunday 20 October, 2013
Fire up the kettle and check this lot out.
# reading - Sunday 13 October, 2013
The library, built in 1913, has hosted the likes of Douglas Hyde, WB Yeats and Hannah Sheehy Skeffington. (And it was also an air raid shelter).
# reading - Tuesday 8 October, 2013
New international survey finds Ireland is one of only five countries to reduce the proportion of adults with lower literacy skills.