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Fiona's Luck

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Fiona learns that the Leprechaun King has stolen all of Ireland’s luck and has it sealed away with a spell, and determines that she will win it back... because, while she may not have magic, she has wit and cleverness enough to outsmart any foe! Young readers will love reading how Fiona thinks her way past the Leprechaun King and ensures that he gets his just desserts.

"A greedy leprechaun king gets his comeuppance at the hands of a clever lass in this plucky Irish folktale." -- Publishers Weekly

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"Using the background of the Irish potato famine, Bateman weaves a tale of Irish history and leprechauns, threads it with optimism, and embroiders it with cleverness and luck.... Each page is a harmonious blend of artwork and text, which makes the story an engaging read-aloud, and it's also accessible to young readers. Children will love this tale...and they'll delight in the young woman's cleverness and quick thinking." -- School Library Journal

Product Details

Recommended Age 4 - 8
Author Teresa Bateman
Illustrator Kelly Murphy
ISBN 1570916438
Publication Date Feb 1, 2009
Publisher Charlesbridge Publishing
Language English