Ireland We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Ireland.
Fair Ireland - a song by Peter, Paul & Mary
Give Ireland Back to the Irish - a song by Paul McCartney
If We Only Had Old Ireland Over Here - by Hank Locklin
Ireland - a song by Garth Brooks
Ireland - a song by Tori Amos
Say Ireland - a song by Gilbert O'Sullivan
So Cold in Ireland - a song by The Cranberries
Something About Ireland - by Deacon Blue & Ricky Ross
Song for Ireland - a song by Clannad
They Wounded Old Ireland - a song by Andy M. Stewart
A Pot o' Gold (Kathleen Krull) - Subtitled: A Treasury of Irish Stories, Poetry, Folklore, and (of Course) Blarney. Though it may only be a small emerald isle in the middle of the sea, Ireland’s heritage is very large indeed. Its rich history of literature and lore has inspired imaginations for hundreds of years. In A Pot o’ Gold, noted writer Kathleen Krull and beloved illustrator David McPhail bring this legacy to life. Created for families, this anthology compiles classic and rare examples of Irish culture, including stories, poems, songs, recipes, and even a little blarney. From legends of leprechauns and fairies to the classic poetry of Yeats and Joyce, the treasures herein invite children and parents, brothers and sisters—even grandparents and grandchildren—to share the wonders of Ireland. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Tales from Old Ireland (Malachy Doyle) - This enchanting collection of favorite Irish folk tales deserves to be read aloud at every hearth. Described by Malachy Doyle in captivating language, the larger-than-life characters, dramatic landscapes, and magical happenings of all the tales, including the famous legend of the bewitched Children of Lir, are also brought vividly to life by the luminous art of Niamh Sharkey, making this a book that will transport readers to another world for many happy hours. Recommended for ages 8-12.
This Is Ireland (Miroslav Sasek) - On the heels of the runaway bestsellers This is New York and This is Paris, Universe is pleased to reissue another title from M. Sasek's beloved and nostalgic children's travel series. Like the other Sasek classics, This is Ireland is a facsimile edition of his original book from the 1960s and is still timely and current in every way. The brilliant, vibrant illustrations have been meticulously preserved, remaining true to his vision more than 40 years later and, where applicable, facts have been updated for the twenty-first century, appearing on a "This is...Today" page at the back of the book. The stylish, charming illustrations, coupled with Sasek's witty, playful narrative, makes for a perfect souvenir that will delight both children and their parents, many of whom will remember this book from their childhood. This is Ireland brings the Emerald Isle to life, where the shamrock grows and a leprechaun stands at the end of every rainbow, guarding a crock of gold. There's Dublin with its bustling crowds, tall steeples, and Trinity College; there's Clonmacnois, the burial place of kings; there's the Blarney Stone to kiss for eloquence, and much, much more in this verdant, friendly land filled with enchanted lakes and mountains that fall steep to the sea. Recommended for ages 5-8.
Too Many Leprechauns (Stephen Krensky) - On St. Patrick's Day, leprechauns are lucky. But on every other day of the year, they make for noisy neighbors -- and they're turning the entire town of Dingle upside down! Fortunately, Finn O'Finnegan always has a clever plan brewing, and this time, with a little luck of the Irish, it's a scheme that just might fool even the cleverest of creatures. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Ireland - We cannot find any celebrities or significantly famous people with the first name Ireland.
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Ireland - Alec Baldwin (actor); Kim Basinger (actress)
Ireland - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Ireland.