Charged with maintaining the magic and good luck on St. Patrick's Day, Lindsay the Luck Fairy finds her fortunes changing for the worse when Jack Frost's goblins steal her special magical objects, a situation that compels Rachel and Kirsty to save the holiday from a horrible outbreak of bad luck.
On his way from Ireland to America to escape the potato famine, young Fergus carves a shillelagh from his favorite blackthorn tree, and each St. Patrick's Day for generations, his story is retold by one of his descendants.
Fearing that her grandfather won't be able to play his bagpipes in the St. Patrick's Day parade because of the rain, Colleen becomes worried and sad, but when a leprechaun appears and makes her an offer that will bring out the sun, Colleen must consider the deal with great caution.
The award-winning author of Whales Passing presents a springtime tale in which Rabbit grows clovers in a pretty yellow pot hoping to wear them during the St. Patrick's Day parade, a plan that is threatened when the pot goes missing.
Preschoolers can lift the flaps for interactive fun to watch children make holiday crafts, taste traditional Irish food, perform a play about Saint Patrick, and even march in a Saint Patrick's Day parade.