A souvenir book by Irish Independent journalist Eimear Ní Bhraonáin and photographer Jeff Harvey.
The small midlands Irish village of Moneygall was the Irish ancestral home the of Barack Obama.
Henry "The Eighth Cousin" Healy inspired his community to get behind an American senator in 2007 because his great-great-great grandfather hailed from Moneygall.
Back then, Moneygall was just a dot on the map and Senator Obama was barely known in Ireland. Villagers celebrated as Mr Obama cleared every hurdle on his journey to becoming the president of the USA.
On May 23, 2011, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle visited the tiny village in the Irish midlands.
'Is Féidir Linn - A Golden Ticket to Moneygall' is everyone's golden ticket to the Irish community that got the attention of the most powerful man in the world. It also shows just how much an 'Is féidir linn' attitude can transform lives for the better.
Jeff Harvey captured the pictures, Eimear Ni Bhraonain wrote the words and Moneygall provided the inspiration.