Pocket Leprechaun Stories

A collection of stories about the Little People that children will love.

Pocket Leprechaun Stories

A collection of stories about the Little People that children will love.

Irish Leprechaun Stories

'I have an idea,' he told Máire and he put his hand into his pocket and took out a silver shilling. 'Give this to your father,' said Larry, handing down the coin to Máire. 'It is a magic coin. Tell him that it was a leprechaun who gave ...

Irish Leprechaun Stories

The leprechaun is the shoemaker of the Irish fairy kingdom. He is a solitary, fun-loving and very crafty fairy. Often he is seen sitting cross-legged with a tiny hammer in his hand, working on a fairy shoe. Those who have been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of him have described his appearance. He is no bigger than three feet tall and sometimes as small as twelve inches. Usually, he wears a suit of green and has fine leather shoes adorned with silver buckles. Sometimes he wears a cap with a feather. The leprechaun is the keeper of the crock of gold at the end of the rainbow and he knows where all the wealth of the world is buried. If you are lucky enough to catch him, you must keep your eyes on him at all times and not allow him to distract your attention or he will disappear. If he does not outsmart you he can make you very wealthy and make your wishes come true!

Turf fire Stories and Fairy Tales of Ireland

Now , that you may be able to prove this to the world , you must find that red - covered book that Hyland has put in his coat pocket . That , " says the Leprechaun , " will bring the villain to justice and save your foster - brother ...

Turf fire Stories and Fairy Tales of Ireland


Leprechaun Cake and Other Tales

Lucky , I am not sure my grandmother allows dragons in her house so I'm going to put you in my pocket . I'll drop some food into my pocket while I am at the dinner table . I hope you will find something you like to eat .

Leprechaun Cake and Other Tales

"A leprechaun in the kitchen, baby dragon down the block, friendly forest deer from South America, and the Snow Queen's Unicorn teach children and the adults who love them about friendship, caring, and healthy cooking"--P. [4] of cover.

Life Stories and Poems of John Brougham

More , perhaps , than you imagine , - cares and anxieties , " said the leprechaun . " I'll risk all them , " replied Terry ; " come , now , I'll tell you what you may do for me . Let me find a shillin ' in my pocket every time I put my ...

Life  Stories  and Poems of John Brougham


Peter Parley s Thousand and One Stories of Fact and Fancy Wit and Humor Rhyme Reason and Romance

“ More , perhaps , than you imagine - cares and anxieties , ” said the leprechaun . " " I'll risk all them , ' replied Terry ; ' come , now , I'll tell what you may do for me . Let me find a shillin ' in my pocket every time I put my ...

Peter Parley s Thousand and One Stories of Fact and Fancy  Wit and Humor  Rhyme  Reason  and Romance


Presto Chango

the trickyleprechaun pranksters. leprechaun in a pot steals The at the audience a end coin. of will Then the be they'll rainbow! J J J Two A A identical colorful handkerchief shirt with a coins chest pocket Leprechauns are real J ...

Presto Chango

"Describes how to prepare and perform several magic tricks for expert level magicians. Includes embedded links for added online instructional videos that can be accessed with the Capstone 4D app"--

Leprechauns

The most popular image of the leprechaun comes from stories collected by folklorists in the nineteenth century. ... In “The Elusive Elf,” John Winberry describes the leprechaun's elaborate attire: His cut-away coat with flap pockets may ...

Leprechauns

Leprechauns are part of Ireland’s mysterious fairy folk. Through centuries of history and storytelling, they have evolved into today’s modern leprechauns. This book explores the history of leprechauns through the fairy tales and legends that created them, as well as discusses their place in today’s society and whether or not they ever truly existed.

366 Bedtime Stories

They are said to be very rich and wherever there is a leprechaun there is sure to be a pot of gold hidden somewhere close by . There were leprechauns ... “ I'm not letting you his pocket , Patrick had taken his ' Let me go ! Let me go !

366 Bedtime Stories

Stories and rhymes for each day of the year offer children a journey to the world of the imagination and faraway places.

Ah It s A Story Book

To his amazement there was actually a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! This pot was full of real gold coins! "I could stay in Kilarney for a week with all of this!" Eoin says shoving the coins into his little leprechaun pockets.

Ah It s A Story Book


Humorous Stories

Terry's first impulse was to dive his hand into his pocket to see if the leprechaun had kept his word , and to his great delight , there he found , sure enough , a fine bright new shilling . At this discovery his joy knew no bounds .

Humorous Stories


Twigs Writes a Story

Before I Tried To capTure iT, I goT my good luck coin and puT iT in my hand and Then in my pockeT. Then, I Took a quick run righT aT The leprechaun and Then I had him in boTh of my hands. He was squirming To geT ouT of my hands and Then ...

Twigs Writes a Story


Irish Gothic Fairy Stories

He himself gives personal tours and tells the stories of his encounter with leprechauns. ... he found some bones and near the bones he found what he thought was a leprechaun suit, with four pieces of gold in the pocket of the trousers.

Irish Gothic Fairy Stories

In Ireland there are four provinces and, within these, are thirty-two counties. Each county and its people are unique, but the one thing they all have in common is their respect and regard for the 'The Good Folk', the Fairies of all Ireland. Steve Lally and Paula Flynn have compiled this magnificent collection of fairy tales from each county in Ireland. This book is a contemporary take on some classic stories and will be enjoyed for generations to come.

Mystery Beneath the Baneberry Bush

“It's so pretty. How did it get in my pocket, Pat?” the older girl asked. “Do you think maybe a leprechaun might have put it there?” Pat asked her. “What's a leprechaun?” “In Ireland, there are wee green people that live in the bushes.

Mystery Beneath the Baneberry Bush

A story of the famed Thomas Jefferson Beale ciphers that has been aired on national TV by the news media, various programs, and can be reviewed on the Internet is given renewed attention. Three sets of numbers are in the code, and until recent years, only paper number 2 had been deciphered. However, a new story emerges in the deciphered papers 1 and 3. It is the journal of Gilbert Bean, a young Scottish minister living in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Mystery Beneath the Baneberry Bush is the story of this frontier and enterprising Bean family based on the journal. During the American Revolution, Gilbert Bean served in the Rawlings Regiment under Capt. Thomas Beal, founder of Cumberland, Maryland. Gilbert, Beau he was often called, made an effort to destroy all his personal public records, but his records from the National Archives state that he deserted. Did he desert the very cause that he was fighting for? Why was it necessary to code his journal? What is the strange “ark” Bet Bean stole from a British boat? Is there a treasure trove in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, more precious than silver and gold that will shock America?

The Mirror of Darkness Thane Amulet Tales Book Three

Hobshamus slipped out of Connor's pocket and moved unnoticed towards the exact rock that the batty bat lent upon. ... It was great that Necrov could not get hold of the Amulet or the leprechaun but now they had no bargaining plea and no ...

The Mirror of Darkness  Thane Amulet Tales Book Three

Thane Amulet Tales The Mirror of Darkness Book Three The Thane Amulet is missing. Tri Earth world is about to be torn apart because of one thoughtless deed. Its perpetrator the one and only Pascal Darkness gathers strength in the third book of the Thane Amulet series and time grows short in the search for the purple crystal. Kyle and his conversational Dragon join forces with Grumbleman Forkbeard, the beautiful Shimra and wild Dark Duncan. Can they stop Necrov or will the hunters find Connor and Alex first? Beautifully illustrated, it is a story to enthral young and old lovers of fantasy but particularly those between ten and sixteen

The SideRoad Kids

Tales from Chippewa County Sharon M. Kennedy. “Oh, yes. ... “Do you think leprechauns live in Brimley? Did they hide in your pocket when you sailed across the ocean? ... That's a fib almost as big as Grandpa's leprechaun story.

The SideRoad Kids

The SideRoad Kids follows a group of boys and girls as they enter the sixth grade in a small town in Michigan's Upper Peninsula during 1957 - 58. This meandering collection of loosely-connected short stories is often humorous, poignant, and sometimes mysterious. Laugh as the kids argue over Halloween treats handed out in Brimley. Recall Dorothy's Hamburgers in Sault Ste. Marie. Follow a Sugar Island snowshoe trail as the kids look for Christmas trees. Wonder what strange blue smoke at Dollar Settlement signifies. Discover the magic hidden in April snowflakes. Although told by the kids, adults will remember their own childhood as they read about Flint, Candy, Squeaky, Katie, and their friends. "Katie, Blew, Squeaky, and Daisy grew up on farms instead of high rises and used their imagination instead of fancy gadgets to make their own fun. An entertaining read for youngsters. And parents, you might enjoy a nostalgic flashback as well. I know I did." --Allia Zobel-Nolan, author of Cat Confessions "The stories in The SideRoad Kids are often humorous. However, underlying them is a sensitive awareness that being a kid, rural or urban, then or now, is not easy. This is an enjoyable read that will enlighten today's kids about the past and rekindle memories for older readers." --Jon Stott, author of Paul Bunyan in Michigan "Sharon's stories capture the essence of childhood and growing up in a small community. The antics of The SideRoad Kids will keep you entertained and take you back to a simpler time." --Renee Glass, Senior Production Artist, Mackinac Journal "Sharon Kennedy is an amazing writer who draws you into the lives of her characters and keeps everything relatable. She makes you laugh, makes you think, and makes you want to keep reading. The SideRoad Kids is an entertaining book about a group of children growing up in Northern Michigan." --Kortny Hahn, Senior Staff Writer, Cheboygan Daily Tribune Learn more at www.AuthorSharonKennedy.com From Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com

The Brokenhearted Leprechaun

He sat there with great skepticism about Skip as he slowly reached into his front pocket for the reassurance of his sanity and pulled out the bright shiny gold piece he had so generously received from the leprechaun.

The Brokenhearted Leprechaun

Skip only receives a portion of his leprechaun powers when he turns sixteen, but that doesn’t stop him from sneaking out of his grandparents’ tree home on an important quest. A few years earlier, his parents had disappeared, and he has wondered where they’ve gone ever since--so he strikes out to find them. But things take a disastrous turn when he drinks an evil brew at a pub in Dublin Town. He gets drunk and passes out in a travel trunk of a man sailing to America in search of a new beginning, and he becomes a stowaway. His tomfoolery aboard the ship, however, almost costs him and others their lives, but he remains determined to find his missing parents. When he finds out they’re being held prisoner by an evil man running a traveling medicine show, he must find a way to free them. To do that, he’ll need his full leprechaun powers and perhaps even the help of two mortals--a leprechaun’s sworn enemy. He’ll also need plenty of Irish luck to make it back home alive with his parents.

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Amazing Magic Tricks

J J J Two A A identical colorful handkerchief shirt with a coins chest pocket amazed be surprised Leprechauns when when an invisible are you real find pranksters. leprechaunitinapot PREPARATION 1. First, place the two coins inside the ...

Amazing Magic Tricks

"Teaches children dozens of easy-to-learn magic tricks using common materials; includes both performance and instructional videos for each trick featuring the author"--

Charlie McGee and the Leprechaun

When he stood up, he reached into his pocket and pulled out a pouch of money. “Here's the price that you asked for the calf. ... I look forward to hearing his sermons about Bible stories. He makes everything so interesting.

Charlie McGee and the Leprechaun

This is the story of a young lad who loses his pa at the age of eleven and takes on the responsibility of the family farm. Charlie always tries to remember his father's counsel and follow it by doing right for others. However, his sixteenth birthday finds him overwhelmed with the arrival of a card containing a strange poetic message. This ordeal has Charlie in a state of confusion. Along with his pa's example, the help of Father Flanagan's Bible preaching, and some friends, Charlie discovers some valuable truths. From the leprechaun's curse, Charlie sees how vanity can be hidden deep inside. With that insight, he learns what true friendship is all about. As he starts to believe the priest about the Bible, he realizes that although you might know someone all your life, you may not really know them at all. His greatest revelation is that the verses in the Bible are applicable to everyday life. Through reading it, he learns that what seems evil, God can turn into good. Charlie McGee and the Leprechaun is an allegory in that it reveals the spiritual journey of a young lad to discover through his dilemma the truths of the Bible.