The beautifully illustrated Irish language book "Foclóiropedia" is bound to end up in lots of children's Christmas stockings this year. But I was surprised to realise how difficult it is to spell its name properly when I was searching for it online myself. I tried a few variations like Foclóiripedia before eventually finding it on Amazon and figuring out the correct spelling.
[Update: Looking at Google search results it looks like most people searching spell it "Focloiropedia" without the síniú fada... I guess a future blog post on how to type fadas on Windows/Mac/iPhone/Android might be useful!]
I'm planning to review the book fully early in the new year (after I've had time to read it over Christmas!) but in the meantime I wanted to share this link below to it in case other people were struggling to find it online too. So here's a link to the Foclóiropedia book on Amazon.co.uk (via the Amazon Associates partner programme which will give me a small commission from sales via this link) if you're interested in reading more about it...
I take my spelling seriously but this word isn't even in our GaelSpell spelling checker's word list yet! But who knows it could be Cruinneog word of the year in 2018!