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Book cover jigsaw puzzles

17 April 2020

A different approach to thinking about the variety of research we’ve published over the years.

Never judge a book by the cover. But thanks to our graphic designer Fidelma Slattery we do have some wonderful covers on our books, so why not try your hand at solving our book cover jigsaw puzzles? We hope you’ll agree they offer a different approach to thinking about the amazing variety of research we’ve published over the years. We’ve started with the books featured in our Easter week special offer, but keep an eye out in the days and weeks ahead for other interesting selections. And they might be a way to get any younger people you know interested in reading and research.

1916 portraits and lives, edited by James Quinn and Lawrence W. White, illustrated by David Rooney. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

1966 in 1966: commemorating the Easter rising, edited by Mary E. Daly and Margaret O’Callaghan. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

A history of Ireland in 100 objects, edited by Fintan O'Toole. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

A history of Ireland in 100 words, by Sharon Arbuthnot, Máire Ní Mhaonaigh and Gregory Toner, with illustrations by Joe McLaren. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

A history of Ireland in 100 words (limited edition), by Sharon Arbuthnot, Máire Ní Mhaonaigh and Gregory Toner, with illustrations by Joe McLaren. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

At home in the revolution: what women said and did in 1916, by Lucy McDiarmid. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Book of Ballymote, edited by Ruairí Ó hUiginn. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Brokering the Good Friday Agreement, edited by Mary E. Daly. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, edited by Michael Kennedy, Eunan O'Halpin and Bernadette Whelan. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the books.

Drogheda, by Ned McHugh. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Dublin 1847, by Frank Cullen. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Enfranchising Ireland, edited by Steven G. Ellis. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Excavations at Knowth vol. 1, by George Eogan. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Excavations at Knowth vol. 2, by George Eogan and Helen Roche. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Excavations at Knowth vol. 3, by Finbar McCormick and Emily Murray. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Excavations at Knowth vol. 4, by Francis John Byrne, William Jenkins, Gillian Kenny and Catherine Swift. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Excavations at Knowth vol. 5, by George Eogan. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Excavations at Knowth vol. 6, by George Eogan and Kerri Cleary. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Ireland: a voice among the nations, edited by John Gibney, Michael Kennedy and Kate O'Malley. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Ireland in the European eye, edited by Gisela Holfter and Bettina Migge. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Irish studies in international affairs, edited by John Doyle. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

John Rocque's Dublin, by Colm Lennon and John Montegue. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Judging W.T. Cosgrave, by Michael Laffan. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Judging Dev, by Diarmuid Ferriter. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Judging Lemass, by Tom Garvin. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Judging Redmond and Carson, by Alvin Jackson. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Judging Shaw, by Fintan O'Toole. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Maps and texts, by H.B Clarke and Sarah Gearty. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Modern Ireland in 100 artworks, edited by Fintan O'Toole, Catherine Marshall and Eibhear Walshe. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

More maps and texts, by H.B. Clarke and Sarah Gearty. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Policing the narrow ground, by John Doyle. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Reading the maps, by H.B. Clarke and Jacinta Prunty. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Renaissance Galway, by Paul Walsh. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Roger Casement in Irish and world Hhstory, edited by Mary E. Daly. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Spatial justice, edited by Gerry Kearns, David Meredith and John Morrissey. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Sunningdale: the search for peace in Northern Ireland, by Noel Dorr. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Towards commemoration: Ireland in war and revolution 1912–1923, edited by John Horne and Edward Madigan. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book

Trinity in war and revolution 1912–1923, by Tomás Irish. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

Ulster Political Lives, edited by James Quinn and Patrick Maume. Solve the puzzle. Find out more about the book.

 

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