Recommended Reading

We have listed below a list of books that may a better understanding of what is going on in Northern Ireland. These books can be purchased below from Amazon.Com. By clicking the banner below, the Irish Children's Program of Rochester gets a commission from each purchase.

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One Belfast Boy Patricia McMahon; photographs by Alan O'Connor
Siobhan's Journey: A Belfast Girl Visits the United States Barbara Beirne
Children of the Troubles Laurel Holliday (Editor)
Lost Lives David McKittrick (Editor), Seamus Kelters, Brian Feeney, Chris Thornton
Hope Against History : The Course of Conflict in Northern Ireland Jack Holland
Children of Northern Ireland (World's Children) Michael Elsohn Ross, Felix Rigau (Illustrator)
For Younger I've Been: Stories of a Belfast Childhood Maggie Pierce
Maura's Angel Lynne Reid Banks
Voices of Northern Ireland : Growing Up in a Troubled Land Carolyn Meyer
Belfast Diary : War As a Way of Life John Conroy
Hope Against History : The Course of Conflict in Northern Ireland Jack Holland
The Irish Parading Tradition : Follow the Drum (Ethnic and Intercommunity Conflict) T. G. Fraser (Editor)
Love in Chaos : Spiritual Growth and the Search for Peace in Northern Ireland Mary McAleese
Mairead Corrigan and Betty Williams : Making Peace in Northern Ireland (Women Changing the World) Sarah Buscher, Bettina Ling, Charlotte Bunch
Northern Ireland in Pictures(Visual Geography Series)
People Behind the Peace : Community and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland Ronald A. Wells
The Uncivil Wars : Ireland Today Padraig O'Malley
A Short History of Ireland John O'Beirne Ranelagh
Interpreting Northern Ireland John Whyte
Reading in the Dark Seamus Deane
Songs and Sayings of an Ulster Childhood Alice Kane
Children in Northern Ireland: Abused by Security Forces and Paramilitaries Lois Whitman