brings a new and
perspective to one
routes - Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.
Raymond is a professional drone
pilot, videographer and photographer
based in the south of Ireland. His
love of technology and the natural
world combines to produce a unique
and varied body of work that is used
to promote Ireland's natural and
man-made beauty. His mission is to
inspire future travellers to witness
the awe and splendour of Ireland.
Discover the rich history that lies
along our coastline from the
defiant 16th century Dunguaire
Castle on the south-eastern shore
of Galway Bay to the ancient fort
of Dún Eoghanachta on Inis Mór
and the 2,000-year-old ringfort,
Grianán of Aileach, in Donegal.
Murray fears his
is not as harmless
as she seems.
with his dark
his blood lurks in his son, too.
Belfast city is in flames and the
authorities are losing control. As
matters fall into frenzy, and as the
lines between fantasy and truth, right
these two fathers choose to protect?
Dark, propulsive and thrillingly
original, this tale of fierce
familial love and sacrifice fizzes
with magic and wonder.
story based in?
having their temperature
taken, maybe having to go for
surgery. None of it's any fun.
This collection of beautifully
illustrated rhymes helps to make
being sick a little less scary,
with poems about things like
broken bones, the chickenpox
and having an injection, and
with characters that will make
young readers laugh and smile.
Children can sing along to
Owen's Broken Bone Blues, meet
Ultan Ulrich Ultrasound (he can
look right into your insides with
his magical powers!) and Eliza
Analyser, who looks at all your
cells under the microscope.
Originally written in Latvian by
Inese Zandere, translated and
retold for Irish readers by award-
winning Irish poet Catherine Ann
Cullen. Illustrations throughout
by Reinis Ptersons.
microscope to look at your cells?
Co. Monaghan; Mary Walsh, Tullow, Carlow; Karen O'Dowd, Bishopstown, Cork; Liam Byerley, Bandon, Cork; Seamus Sinnott, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow;
James O'Riordan, Knockmore, Co. Mayo; H Edghill, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow; Rosarie Beechinor Barry, Bantry, Co. Cork; Helen Mackey, Li ord, Donegal.
In the Court's Hands by Fiona Gartland; From The Air - Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way
by Raymond Fogarty, The Fire Starters by Jan Carson and All Better! by Inese Zandere,
Catherine Ann Cullen, Reinis Petersons To be in with a chance to win, answer the
questions below and send them to: Competitions, Irish Farmers Monthly, Units 2-4
Castlecourt, Monsktown Farm, Glenageary, Co Dublin. Answers must arrive by April 29.