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St. Patrick’s Day Books for Kids

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Saint Patrick's Day Books for Kids

Are you looking for some St. Patrick’s Day books for kids?

If so you are in the right place!

St. Patrick’s Day is a fun and meaningful holiday in our house. Part of our heritage (on Carlie’s side) is Irish. So the children get a kick out of learning about St. Patrick each year. And, of course, pinching family members who forget to wear green!

Get into the festive spirit by reading these St. Patrick’s Day books for kids with your children!

St. Patrick’s Day Books for Kids

St. Patrick’s Day Books for Kids

How to Catch a Leprechaun by Adam Wallace: Join in the fun as a group of kids devise clever traps to catch the elusive leprechaun in this whimsical picture book filled with colorful illustrations and playful rhymes.

The Night Before St. Patrick’s Day by Natasha Wing: Experience the excitement and anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day Eve through the eyes of children in this charming story. As they prepare for the festivities and hope for a visit from a leprechaun.

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover! by Lucille Colandro: Follow the hilarious antics of an old lady who can’t seem to stop swallowing everything green in sight, leading to a surprising and delightful St. Patrick’s Day twist.

That’s What Leprechauns Do by Eve Bunting: Delve into the mischievous world of leprechauns as three of them embark on a journey to find their pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Encountering humorous adventures along the way.

O’Sullivan Stew by Hudson Talbott: Join Kate O’Sullivan in her quest to outwit a nasty giant and save her town from his clutches in this lively retelling of a classic Irish folktale, filled with humor, bravery, and cleverness.

The Leprechaun Who Lost His Rainbow by Sean Callahan: Follow the adventures of Finley. A leprechaun who loses his rainbow. As he embarks on a journey to find it with the help of some unlikely friends. Teaching valuable lessons about friendship and perseverance along the way.

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