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Paddy O'Rourke's Leprechaun Trickery

Paddy O'Rourke's Leprechaun Trickery
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Mischievous Paddy O'Rourke loved playing tricks, as all leprechauns do.  One day while strolling through the village of Goleen he found the perfect opportunity for some trickery, but would it result in his capture?  Would Paddy be forced to give up his treasure? 

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Pages: 28
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61225-391-6
Categories: Bed Time, Magic
Features: Illustrations, Narrations
Keywords: leprechauns, trickery, ireland, st. patrick's day, irish
Date Added: February 13, 2018
Paddy ORourkes Leprechaun Trickery Written by Sarah Case Mamika Illustrated by Nicolas Peruzzo Copyright Sarah Case Mamika All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or stored transmitted or recorded by any means without the written permission of the author For Tony with love Other books by Sarah Case Mamika Scruffy McDuffy Two Homes in Two Places Jake and the Bully Alone in the Dark A Prickle of Porcupines The Calico Cat Marcel McDuby the Bluefooted Booby A Fairys Wish Ship Ahoy The Koalas Magical Adventure Lost at the Fair The Blue Crocodile Little River Dog First Snow Among the green hedges of Ireland in the beautiful County of York lived a miniature magical creature by the name of Paddy ORourke Now Paddy was a typical leprechaun if youre a believer of Irish folklore a mischievous rogue though very shy who with his pranks could cause quite an uproar He loved playing tricks as all leprechauns do but would do nothing of course that was actually cruel One day while strolling through the village of Goleen he came upon a lawn of green like none he had ever seen Shamrock stones were everywhere and leprechaun statues galore some with shovels some with mugs some peeking round a garden door He felt compelled to check it out and stealthily entered in being very cautious not to disturb anything therein From tales hed heard this had to be the garden of Mary ORielly a spirited lass who had a plan that she valued quite highly That plan was to catch a leprechaun whether it be evening or at dawn and make him grant three wishes before he could be quickly gone Mary would get that pot of gold she was absolutely sure if she could just get a leprechaun to come through her garden door