The oldest book shop in Ireland is celebrating the World Cup in a really cool way 3 years ago

The oldest book shop in Ireland is celebrating the World Cup in a really cool way

This is class.

The World Cup is now less than two weeks away, and if you're anything like us then you're absolutely buzzing.

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Even though Ireland didn't qualify, the tournament is still shaping up to be deadly.

All of the best players in the world representing their countries, three games a day, England inevitably getting beaten by Panama. What's not to like?

And let's say you're not necessarily a football fan, that doesn't matter! You can enjoy the spectacle! As long as you throw yourself into the competition, we guarantee you'll end up loving it.

And if that's still not your cup of tea, then Dublin's Hodges Figgis book store have their own interesting way of celebrating the upcoming tournament.

They have launched a campaign that sees them showcasing books written by an author from every single country in the World Cup.

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What a cool idea! Who wouldn't like to read a book written by someone from Saudi Arabia, and then following it up with a book written by an Aussie?

And if you want to learn more about the World Cup itself, they have loads of football-based books to help educate you just in time for kick-off in two weeks time.

Hodges Figgis is located on Dawson Street if you're interested in this idea, and you can find more information on their Twitter page here.