Little Brianna Blackwell’s visits to her grandmother in Ireland are always a delight, filled with enchanting tales of magic and her family’s rich history. However, her adventure truly begins when a mysterious boy named Liam leads her on a merry chase, ultimately bringing her to the ruins of an old castle. As Brianna discovers more about Liam’s family plight, she also uncovers more about her own unique heritage. When faced with a serious choice, Brianna alone holds the key to the outcome of this magical adventure.
Michele L. Sayre’s The Unluckiest Leprechaun by Far is a whimsical tale that perfectly captures the spirit of the “wee folk” of the Old Country. Sayre’s gentle and engaging writing style will captivate readers of all ages, making it an excellent addition to any library. The story is heavily rooted in Irish heritage, incorporating many words and names from the culture with helpful pronunciation tips for those unfamiliar with the language. The photorealistic art by Christina Cartwright is highly detailed and full of bright colors, further immersing readers in Brianna’s world.
The Unluckiest Leprechaun by Far is a charming tale of humans working together with the folk of the magical realm. This joyous tale of luck and Leprechauns is an excellent choice for independent or group reading, making it suitable for all ages. The Happy Tails series promises many more wonderful books like this one, and readers will be left eagerly anticipating the next installment. This lovingly written legend is a fresh take on classic fairy-tale lore, and it is sure to delight all who read it.
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