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Please see notice on siopaleabhar.com homepage for operating hours during COVID-19 restrictions.

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An Siopa Leabhar
6 Harcourt Street
Dublin 2
D02VH98
IRELAND

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+353 (0) 1 478 3814

Please leave a voicemail if we cannot answer our call right away (there may already be someone on the line!). You can also send us an email using the form below.

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Got a Question?

Whether you're looking for a book, need a recommendation, or want to place a school order, this form is for you.

Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below, as we might have the answer to your question there.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do you take card payments?

We do indeed take card payments, in store and over the phone.

 

Do you accept National Book Tokens?

Yes! We can accept these in the shop and over the phone.

 

Do you accept One4All gift cards?

We do indeed, though this is in-store only. Please note that you must know the balance on your One4All card before presenting it at the checkout.

 

Do you send orders to schools?

Yes. We can send materials out with an invoice, which can be paid by bank transfer, check or card payment. There are discounts available on orders of over 50 books, so do contact us via the email form above if that sounds like your order. Please include school name and address, what it is you need to order, and include a phone number.

 

Can I visit the shop if I don’t speak Irish?

Absolutely! We have a zero-judgement policy and you are more than welcome to visit no matter what level you are at. Everyone has to start somewhere!

 

How do I find out about events in the shop?

We regularly post on social media, as well as hanging posters in advance of events where possible. Event information is posted on the homepage of this website.

 

Do you offer Irish-language classes?

An Siopa Leabhar doesn’t, but Conradh na Gaeilge does run classes in the same building. See www.cnag.ie/courses for more information.

 

Will you stock my book?

An Siopa Leabhar has a number of regular distributors and ideally all purchases would be made through these distributors. Decisions to accept self-published works are made on a case by case basis. If you have published a book and wish for us to purchase copies for the shop, please contact us using the contact form on this site.

If you are self-publishing, please note that it is standard practice for bookshops to request from the supplier a discount on the retail price of any item purchased.

 

Can I launch my book in An Siopa Leabhar?

An Siopa Leabhar regularly has book launches and other literary events in the shop space. If you would like to launch a book in our shop, you are more than welcome to reach out. It is standard practice for An Siopa Leabhar to manage sales of the book at any given launch. By approaching us with a request to host your book launch, you are accepting this.

Events in An Siopa Leabhar will be scheduled on a case by case basis and out-of-hours events are subject to availability of staff.

 

Can you publish x, y, z?

An Siopa Leabhar is not a publisher, and has no say in what is published in Irish. If you believe there is a gap in the market or a book that should be brought back into print, we suggest you reach out to the publishers.

 

Does An Siopa Leabhar deal in secondhand books?

As of early 2020 we have started dealing in secondhand books, a selection of which we list online in the secondhand section of the website. Please contact us using the above form if you would like to discuss secondhand materials with An Siopa Leabhar.

We will only accept items that are in saleable condition. That is, we may not take in books with pages falling out or sections missing, or if mold is present.

We have a particular interest in books in Irish (as Gaeilge) though we will consider books in any of the Celtic languages (and others if there is an Irish interest). Books in English should be about Irish, or with an Ireland-specific interest.

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