Enchanted Tales for Little Leprechauns
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey city. The Bailey School kids meet "Magic" O'Grady, who has more than the average tricks on the court. But could the very short basketball coach from Ireland really be a leprechaun?
The Baily School Kids are going to find out!
A noted writer and a beloved illustrator bring the legacy of the Emerald Isle 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.
Margaret has a brave heart. She dreams of adventure and longs to travel to distant lands, so when a tall ship appears in the harbor, headed north to the Kingdoms of the Cold, Margaret won't be left behind.
A hero's feats?
Ever since he was a baby, Becan's only worry has been his big feet — until his widowed father remarries. His new stepmother and her three daughters feed him crusts of bread and banish him to work in the fields. So Becan runs away.
Today is Freddy's lucky day. It's St. Patrick's Day, a holiday full of green and gold. Children who don't wear green to school will get pinched by Max the bully, so Freddy makes sure to put on his green shark shirt. St.
Mrs. Connor's class gets ready for St. Patrick's Day at Robin Hill School. When the shamrocks Katie makes look different from Mrs. Connor's, whose are correct?
Jamie O'Rourke's wife, Eileen, has left him alone for a week. All he has to do is clean the dishes and sweep the house. Of course, Jamie's the messiest man in Ireland as well as the laziest, but when a magical pooka comes to do all the housework, he figures he's also the luckiest.