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 Where To Buy The Worms That Saved The World

A plan 2To buy online go here.

In CorkVibes and Scribes (21 Lavitt’s Quay), Liam Ruiséal (Oliver Plunkett St.) and The Quay Co-op Bookstore (Sullivan’s Quay). In KinsaleBookstór (8 Main St.). In Carrigaline: Carrigaline Book Shop (Main Street). 

In DublinThe Winding Stair (Lr. Ormond Quay). 

In Kildare: Woodbine Books (Kilcullen).

In Galway: Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop

In Belfast: Just Books (22 Berry Street).

In England: London at Housman’s Books (Caledonian Road, King’s Cross) and Bookmarks (Bloombury Road, WC1).

In Australia: Jura Books (Sydney).

For UK & Europe-wide distribution please contact AK Press (Edinburgh, Scotland).

For USA, Canada and Worldwide distribution please contact AK Press (Oakland, California).

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What People Have Said About …

“An inspirational story for children … entertaining and beautifully illustrated …”

Pet O’Connell, review in Evening Echo, Cork

“Everyone should get one of these books for children close to them. It is beautiful, refreshingly different with a very important message. I love it! You won’t have come across a book for kids like this….ever. A new trend hopefully.”

Niamh Leonard, artist, Cork

“I got my books in the post today. I love it!!! Will recommend it to all my friends and family.”

Maeve Caraher, Louth

“Looks charming.  Look forward to sharing it with the younger generation.”

Noam Chomsky

If you are looking for something unique, new and really wonderful …

Charlie Byrne’s Bookstore, Galway

“An inspiring tale that celebrates all that is good about community and solidarity.  Beautifully illustrated with colourful characters that will delight and charm and written in a style that will appeal to children and adults alike, this is a book that should be in every classroom and school library in the country.  Its message that when we support each other we can tackle anything is delivered in a way that will appeal to children, and to the child in all of us.”

Gregor Kerr, primary school teacher, Dublin.

“The mighty, the arrogant and the swaggering brought low by the humble worm — what’s not to like in this charming tale of working together for what’s right and good? Up the worms!”

Theo Dorgan, poet.

News articles about The Worms That Saved The WorldSpark Deeley and Kevin Doyle (2)

 Background Articles

Free Old Head of Kinsale – A Brief History (includes more links)
About “The Worms That Saved The World”
Interview in Look Left

Connect with The Worms That Saved The World

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Kevin Doyle
Spark Deeley

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