St. Patrick’s Day is on Friday, so stop by the library this week to borrow some of these fun children’s books to read.
St. Patrick’s Day in the Morning
by Eve Bunting
Jamie seeks a way to prove he is not too young to march in the big St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Curious George
by Cynthia Platt
Curious George celebrates a lucky St. Patrick’s Day with neighbors and friends.
The Littlest Leprechaun
by Brandi Dougherty
Liam was the littlest leprechaun in the Enchanted Forest. Too little to measure. Too little to run. And too little to lift and carry important treasure. but he’s not too little to make a friend.
Clever Tom and the Leprechaun
by Linda Shute
Clever Tom Fitzpatrick thinks his fortune is made when he captures a leprechaun and forces him to reveal the hiding place of his gold, but the leprechaun is clever too.
Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase
by James Dean
When Pete the Cat opens a leprechaun catching business on St. Patrick’s Day, his efforts are complicated by Clover, a leprechaun who’s full of tricks.
Mary McLean and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
by Steven Kroll
In order to march with Mr. Finnigan in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Mary must find a perfect shamrock in Manhattan in the middle of winter.
There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Clover
by Lucille Colandro
You won’t believe why this old lady swallowed a clover, a daisy, a butterfly, a bird, a pot, some gold, and a fiddle.