About the Dingle Bookshop
We’re a traditional independent bookshop and with knowledgeable staff, our own literary likes and dislikes, and a tendency to share them with our customers. If we don’t have the title you are looking for we can order it as long as it’s available, or even if it’s out of print. We ship anywhere in the world.
WHATS ON OUR SHELVES
The latest bestsellers, of course, plus a carefully chosen back list that we hope will introduce you to a new writer
the writers of the Great Blasket Island – Antarctic explorer Tom Crean – poets, memoirists and artists of the Dingle Peninsula – photographic books – local history -unique hand printed books from the Ponc letterpress in Dingle www.poncpress.ie
General Irish interest:
fiction by Irish writers classic and new – history and politics – poetry and drama – biography and memoir – legend and fairy tales
Leabhair as Gaeilge:
a selection of novels and memoirs in Irish; language courses, grammars and dictionaries – books for children
Short stories and poetry
a surprisingly good selection!
our personal choice of essential reading old and new
an imaginative selection of titles for this age group which knows what it likes to read
picture books for the 0-4s – top titles for the 5-8s and 8-13s – children’s classics
Religion – philosophy – popular psychology – mind body spirit
guide books, maps – books for walkers, guide books, and a selection of the best in contemporary and classic travel writing
mostly paperback, readable condition, very cheap!
PRESENTED BY STONECOAST IN IRELAND & THE DINGLE BOOKSHOP The Aran Islands: a play for voices Saturday 7 July 7:30 p.m. Tegolin Knowland & Sean Coyne of The Curlew Theatre present Eamon Grennan’s lively adaption of John Millington Synge’s classic study of life...read more
Illustrated cup cakes and a wonderfully exhausted sheep cake helped launch the new title from Mark Stratton and Martine Moriarty, The Dingle Sheep Who Could Not Sleep. A tired little lamb on her quest to find some much needed rest gets astronomical help. The follow up...read more