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     Five Little Cygnets Cross the Bundoran Road
Publisher: Jane Gilgun Books
Author(s): Jane Gilgun

Five little cygnets and their momma and pappa overcome many obstacles to get to the salt marsh on the other side of the Bundoran Road. Through photographs, see how the swan family stopped traffic, how the parents got their toddler cygnets to cross the road, how the babies got over the wire fence that stopped their progress to the marsh, and, finally, how the swan family paddled off to the southwest.

The salt marsh is on Bundoran Road, outside of Mullaghmore, County Sligo, Ireland. The mountain Benbulben watches over the marsh and the swans.

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     Fall From Earth
Publisher: Bundoran Press
Author(s): Matthew Johnson

Shi Jin is a rebel, the latest in a long line of those who have challenged the Borderless Empire and failed. Dropped with a crew of convicts on an uninhabited planet, Shi Jin - and mankind- encounter alien life forms for the first time. She discovers that she is part of a much bigger game...one that will force her to decide between her desire to defeat the Empire and the future of humanity.

"Matthew Johnson...has revealed as fresh and original a new voice as any in our field, and a voice with impressive range."
--Rich Horton

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     Around Ballyshannon, Bundoran and Belleek (Archive Photographs S.)
Publisher: Tempus
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This book is part of the Archive Photographs series, which uses old photographs and archived images to�show the history of�various local areas in Great Britain, through their streets, shops, pubs, and people.


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     Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Bundoran, with routes from Dublin to Enniskillen, etc.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
Author(s): William Frederick Wakeman

Title: Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Bundoran, with routes from Dublin to Enniskillen, etc.

Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions

The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over 150 million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, newspapers, sound recordings, patents, maps, stamps, prints and much more. Its collections include around 14 million books, along with substantial additional collections of manuscripts and historical items dating back as far as 300 BC.

The HISTORY OF BRITAIN & IRELAND collection includes books from the British Library digitised by Microsoft. As well as historical works, this collection includes geographies, travelogues, and titles covering periods of competition and cooperation among the people of Great Britain and Ireland. Works also explore the countries' relations with France, Germany, the Low Countries, Denmark, and Scandinavia.

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Wakeman, William Frederick;
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     Dancing by the Sea: A journey through time in the Bundoran area
Publisher: Stracomer Press
Author(s): Marc Geagan

For many people in Ireland, Bundoran conjures up generic images of trips to the beach, buckets and spades and amusement arcades. However, beneath the genial surface of this seaside resort lies an area steeped in history and culture.

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     Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Bundoran: With Routes ...
Publisher: BiblioBazaar
Author(s): William Frederick Wakeman

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. This text refers to the Bibliobazaar edition.

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     Defining Diana (The Steele Chronicles)
Publisher: Bundoran Press Publishing House
Author(s): Hayden Trenholm

Found naked and alone in a locked room. The beautiful woman was in perfect health - except she was dead...

It's 2043 and much has changed: nuclear war, biotechnology and all-powerful corporations have ruled the world...

Now science is taking DNA manipulation to new, unrestricted levels.

Superintendent Frank Steele is an old-fashioned cop. He commands a small, elite police unit that is handed all of the bizarre and baffling cases no one else can solve. He knows the money, the murders, missing persons and gruesome body shops are all connected.

He knows it starts with the girl...

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     Bundoran Urban District draft development plan 1997
Publisher: Bundoran Urban District Council
Author(s): Bundoran (Ireland)



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     WHISPERS - Volume 6, number 1 - 2 - December Dec 1984: The Bones Wizard; The Right Thing; The Yazata; The Abomination; Pinewood; Shadowman; Bundoran Co. Donegal; Space Trip; Small Gift from Home; The Ones Who Never Talk; Damballa's Slough; The Blueberry
Publisher: Whispers Press
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     Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Bundoran: With Routes from Dublin to .
Publisher: Book on Demand
Author(s): William Frederick Wakeman

This book, "Lough Erne, Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Bundoran: With Routes from Dublin to .", by William Frederick Wakeman, is a replication of a book originally published before 1870. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This book was created using print-on-demand technology. Thank you for supporting classic literature.

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     The Stormrider Surf Guide - Ireland (The Stormrider Surf Guides)
Publisher: Low Pressure Ltd
Author(s): Bruce Sutherland, Roger Sharp

Ireland is a coldwater surfer's dream. The wild, wave-rich coastline is home to a sublime mix of reefs, points and beaches that make the most of the near constant stream of Atlantic juice. The 'Emerald Isle' is bejewelled with a trove of high quality and even world-class surf spots that need to be surfed, to be believed. Marry the superb waves to the relaxed rhythm of life and richness of culture on land and it's no surprise that the land of liquid sunshine and the 'craic' is an increasingly popular surf destination.

The Stormrider Surf Guide Kindle ebooks are just part of the worlds best selling and most respected collection of surfing guide books. The Stormrider Surf Guides come in just about every format possible including paper, Itunes App and now the Kindle edition ebooks. They are the only comprehensive colour guides to the coastlines of Europe, North America, Central American and the Caribbean, Indonesia and the Indian Ocean, South America, Africa, East Asia, The Pacific and Australia. The authoritative text includes oceanographic, environmental and cultural notes on the entire coastlines. Each guide contains numerous full colour maps and superb photos of the best waves, shot by the best photographers. All information is compiled with the help of local riders whose sensitive approach enables an accurate and knowledgeable appraisal. An essential tool for surfers searching for their perfect wave.


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     Conservation Communities: Creating Value with Nature, Open Space, and Agriculture
Publisher: Urban Land Institute
Author(s): Ed McMahon

Practical how-to information for conservation-minded urban-planning professionals is provided in this invaluable guide. The importance of natural lands or open space in master-planned communities?either in the suburbs or on the edge of existing cities?is thoroughly explained and coupled with examples of conservation-oriented housing developments that incorporate this key component.


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     The Donegal Awakening: Donegal & the War of Independence
Publisher: Mercier Press
Author(s): Liam O Duibhir

In this new book, Liam O Duibhir charts the struggle for independence, both militarily and politically, in Donegal from before the events of Easter 1916 until the truce in 1921. Donegal has long been seen as one of the quietest counties during the War of Independence but this reputation belies an intriguing story of how republican sentiment grew in the county. From the first mention of Sinn Fein, through the conscription crisis and the success of the 1918 elections, O Duibhir charts the rise of the new political leadership in Donegal and how they built their own system of justice and local government. ""Provides a straightforward narrative of the actions of Sinn Fein activists and the Irish Volunteers in County Donegal.""-Choice

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     Donegal & the Civil War: The Untold Story
Publisher: Mercier Press
Author(s): Liam O Duibhir

This book tells the fascinating story of the role County Donegal played in the Irish Civil War. Donegal was one of the counties used by the Irish Free State to launch an offensive against the newly established government in the six counties of Northern Ireland. The bulk of the anti-Treaty IRA men who took part were from the southern counties including Cork and Kerry. Donegal became the scene of the last standup fight between the IRA and British military with the latter using heavy artillery for the first time in Ireland since 1916. Following the outbreak of the Civil War these men were inadvertently caught up in the hostilities that followed in County Donegal, and four of them were subsequently executed; the only executions to take place in Donegal.

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     Lonely Planet Discover Ireland (Full Color Country Travel Guide)
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Author(s): Fionn Davenport, Catherine Le Nevez, Etain O'Carroll, Ryan Ver Berkmoes, Neil Wilson

A trip planner to Ireland which takes you to the best of the region, and shows you how to make the most of your time. It includes - Dublin, SE Ireland, SW Ireland, NW Ireland, and NE Ireland. It features colour images and maps.

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     Ireland by Bike: 21 Tours Geared for Discovery
Publisher: Mountaineers Books
Author(s): Robin Krause

Two-, three-, and four-week cycling vacations for the adventurous traveler to Ireland, including several new tours covering attractions, amenities, pubs & bike shops.

You'll be cycling through 40 shades of green in no time with this guide written especially for visiting cyclists. Completely revised and updated, this is the best resource for exploring Ireland on two wheels. Routes from 12 to 61 miles in length can be done as day trips or linked into longer tours. Trips reach into all corners of Ireland, from Cork and Limerick to Donegal and Dublin. Includes sections on trip planning, outfitting a bike, getting there, what to see and do, finding accommodations, road customs, history, and more.

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     Tower in the Crooked Wood
Publisher: Bundoran Press Publishing House
Author(s): Paula Johanson

Jenia is magically transported from her island tribe to become a slave under vicious rule - but only for a day and a night. Jenia leaves her home to find the location of the Tower to try to free the dying slaves and comes across a village with a culture very different from her own.

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     Steel Whispers (The Steele Chronicles)
Publisher: Bundoran Press
Author(s): Hayden Trenholm

Four dead Borg and counting. Serial killer, gang violence or civil war? While the Special Detection Unit hunts for answers, a terrified family searchs for their Disappeared daughter, and war between society's elites takes an even nastier turn. Borg and genetic technology is evolving exponentially and Frank Steele finds himself up against unfathomable enemies.

Franks needs to find the key that ties it all together. He's sworn to protect every citizen. It's his duty as a cop. But now it's gotten personal and Frank has to face the ultimate test - investigating the death of his own son.

"Steel Whispers is an edge-of-your seat amalgam of police procedural and razor-sharp science fiction. The streets of Calgary never seemed so mean! Fans of Dashiell Hammett and William Gibson both will love this; a great novel from one of Canada's fastest-rising SF stars."
--Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Wake.

?A taut, near-future police procedural with a plot as sinewy as that cyborg snake in Blade Runner. Hayden Trenholm works the mean streets and millionaires? mansions of mid-21st century Calgary and comes up with a winner.?
?Matthew Hughes, Author of the Tales of Henghis Hapthorn.


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     Emerald Gems:The Links of Ireland
Publisher: Lambrecht Photography
Author(s): Laurence Casey Lambrecht

A beautiful coffee table book on the links golf of Ireland featuring the landscape photography of LC Lambrecht. Every links in Ireland is featured and the text is provided by golf scribes from Ireland who really know the subject. This over sized book is a treasure for anyone who appreciates the beauty of golf course architecture.

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     Surfing Britain & Ireland, 2nd: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint Surfing Britain & Ireland)
Publisher: Footprint Handbooks
Author(s): Chris Nelson, Demi Taylor

Surf writer/photographer team Chris Nelson and Demi Taylor have been back on the road to bring you the only comprehensive guide to surfing in Britain and Ireland. Fully revised and updated, this guide includes all the essential break information, plus tips from Britain?s top surfers and local experts, board advice from the UK?s best shapers, and all the details on surfer-friendly places to eat, sleep, and drink.�With stunning full-color photography and detailed and accurate mapping and swell forecast charts, this is the only companion to help you find that perfect wave.



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