Beautiful 1st edition copy of Pauline Bewick's 'Ireland An Artist's Year' (1990), €35 (RRP €70). The book includes: Pauline Bewick's sketchbook of writing, sketching and painting throughout a year/ At home in Co. Kerry/ In Dublin for a party at the Joyce Tower/ At a tinker's wedding/ At her exercise classes/ At the dentist/ Recordings of what for her represented the essence of that day. Oxfam Parliament St. (Dublin): https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/oxfam-books-parliament-st
Our Oxfam shops urgently need stock, so we're asking workplaces in Dublin to pick a day where employees can bring in the clothes, books, accessories and home-wares they no longer need. Then we'll send our van over to collect the items on the day. We even purrsuaded Waffles the cat to get on board! Email email@example.com to organise your workplace's Make Space for Oxfam day. Please share this with your colleagues or anyone you think would like to get involved!
'Skin of the Nation' - Shomei Tomatsu San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, Calif., (2004). Hardcover Issued in conjunction with an exhibition held in New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, and Switzerland, featuing the work of Japanese photographer Shomei Tomatsu (1930-2012). Including accompanying essays. Yours for the bargain price of now €25 https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/oxfam-books-parliament-st
With the weather getting colder again, we reckon there's nothing better than curling up with a good book. Find your nearest Oxfam shop and pick up a good read! https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/shops-near-you
We are very excited to announce that our new Oxfam Books shop on 35 Ann St. in Belfast is now open! We'll be having an official launch with some special guests this Saturday so please do come along if you're in the area - we'd love to see you! Please SHARE this post to help spread the word.https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/oxfam-books-ann-st
OxCrimes - a collection of 27 compelling crime stories - is now on sale at Oxfam Books Parliament St, Rathmines, in Ennis, Co. Clare and French Church St, Cork. Only €10 and all profits go to Oxfam! Curated by Peter Florence, director of Hay Festival, the contributors line-up includes two of Ireland’s best crimes writers, John Connolly and Adrian McKinty, who are joined by contemporaries from all over the world. Find your nearest OxCrimes stockist here: https://www.oxfamireland.org/shops
'Up Pops Ramsey Lewis' vinyl record. The place is The Spectrum. The time is 8.00pm. The year is 1968. Jazz trio Ramsey Lewis came, played and conquered. Add this to your collection for only €10. https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/oxfam-books-parliament-st
'Folk Tales of Bengal' - Edition de Luxe (1912). by Rev. Lal Behari Day featuring 32 stunning colour illustrations by Warwick Goble. Priced at €300 this is one of our pricier, collector's items, kindly donated by a very generous supporter. https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/oxfam-books-parliament-st
'Imperial Family Bible' circa 1850. This leather bound, gilt embossed, antique bible with illustrations comes in 3 volumes and is in beautiful condition. At €350 this one of our pricier, collector's items, kindly donated by a very generous supporter. https://www.oxfamireland.org/shop/oxfam-books-parliament-st
The mother of all gifts for Mother's Day. Our lovely Care for Mums and Chocolate gift set will appeal to her caring nature (and sweet tooth!). https://www.oxfamireland.org/unwrapped/care-mums-chocolates
Harlan Coben, author of the Myron Bolitar Novels (Deal Breaker, Seconds Away) and a number of stand alone novels (Tell No One, Hold Tight), is celebrating his birthday today and so will our Oxfam Rathmines shop (204 Rathmines Road, Dublin 6) who have a large selection of his books all reduced to HALF PRICE for today (January 4th) only!