Well, the Irish holiday is more or less the same – St. Patrick’s Day. The holiday is filled with a lot of expectations from your kids. The curious ones will ask a lot of questions concerning the day and well, there’s no better way than giving them an informational book that brings them up to speed concerning the holiday. Here are some educational, information-packed fun books for St. Patrick’s Day.
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The hilarious books is an illustrated version of the song sand by many preschoolers. Not only will it trickle your kids but will also help them understand the virtue of kindness and teamwork. Kids will be able to relate to their old classic folk songs.
Tomie’s book focuses on folktales about the dismay of Jamie – who has his wife injured at home – an d fears they may die at home. The hilarious book sees Jamie struggling to understand how to provide food for the family.
Stew’s book is about someone who steals from a witch in a small town known as Crook haven. The burglary leads to lack of peace in the village as the witch takes matters into her own hands. The action packed, illustrated book is quite a good story that helps toddlers learn the consequences of vices.
The book follows the story of Nanny who is reluctant to work. It sees Nanny go to search for a piece of gold. Unfortunately, Nanny never finds the piece of gold. She spends so much time searching for it than helping out with chores at home. If you’re looking for a book to help your toddler learn the importance of helping out, then look for this book.
The gorgeous illustration of the book tells the tale of several leprechauns who make the town noise round the clock during Finn’s holiday. The story is one of a kind.
Linda’s book sees Clever Tom try to outwit the Leprechaun using his few tricks. However, it also turns out that the Leprechaun has a few tricks up his sleeves. The story is quite captivating and is well illustrated.
Susan’s book is set in a small town called Tralee compete with Tralah in the annual holiday decoration. However, it sees Tralee win the contest due little Fiona, who has several ideas.
The book centers on the classic Irish twist on the Christmas classic. It is about two siblings, Tim and Maureen, who set a trap to catch a leprechaun. At last, they are able to capture the creature. But will they find the pot of gold?
What really do Leprechauns do? They bury a pot of gold. In the book, Mrs. Bally and her son cannot resist their urge to find the pot of gold. They try to find leprechauns in order to get a piece of the cake.
Tim O’Toole is a book about how Tim was tricked out one treasure due to his inability to shut down when he finds treasure. The book has several illustrations that will leave your kids laughing and wanting to read more.