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There You’ll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones
Soon-to-be high school senior Finley Sinclair needs to
compose a piece for her audition to a prestigious music conservatory. But after
recently losing her older brother, she’s lacking creative inspiration. Finley
decides to spend her senior year studying in Ireland and uses her brother’s
travel journal as a guide. Finley has a set path, but what she doesn’t expect
is for a boy to step in and alter her journey.
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The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
Tamara Goodwin is a glamorous Dublin girl without a worry in
the world. That is until she gets uprooted from her brilliant life in the city
to a slightly less fab one in the country. Tamara is feeling pretty down when a
travelling library shows up in her village and brings an old—but ordinary—looking
leather bound book. She’s shocked when she discovers the magic and mystery that
pours out of its pages, proving that you really can’t judge a book by its
The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly
Written by an Irish author, The Book of Lost Things is the story of a 12-year-old boy named David. Having recently lost his mother, David becomes engrossed in all of his books, but soon finds that his life starts to clash with those of his favorite characters. With a wicked stepmother, a Little Red Riding Hood and a trio of big bad wolves, this book is filled with characters you’ll definitely remember from your childhood nursery rhymes.
Diary of a Ryde by Joanna Ryde
As you might have already guessed, this book chronicles the
life of Dublin girl Joanna Ryde. Joanna is a real-life Irish celeb, and this
book tells all about her life before showbiz. Pre-stardom Joanna starts this
diary as a New Years resolution and it slowly turns into tale after tale of her
hilarious mishaps with guys and friends. This Irish gal thinks life can’t get
any weirder but boy, was she wrong.
When Irish Guys Are Smiling by Suzanne Supplee
From the Students Across the Seven Seas series, When
Irish Guys are Smiling follows 17-year-old Delk Sinclair. Delk is fed up
with her friends and stepmother so she uses her study abroad trip to Ireland as
a chance to escape. From living in a castle to celebrating St. Paddy’s day on
the Emerald Isle, Delk falls in love with everything Ireland has to offer. But
the green fields and rolling hills have much more to offer than Delk ever
P.S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern
We all know and love the movie starring Hillary Swank and
Gerard Butler, but did you know the flick is based on this book? The novel by
Cecelia Ahern follows Holly, an Irish woman who has recently lost her husband
due to a terminal illness. She expected that her husband would pass away, but
what she did not expect was the monthly letters he would leave for her after he
was gone. This one might be a tearjerker, but it’s definitely a worthy read.
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