Book Reviews

5 Picture Books Perfect for March

Image result for the night before st patrick's dayThe Night Before St. Patrick’s Day by Natasha Wing, with illustrations by Amy Wummer  – You guessed it, a St. Patty’s take on The Night Before Christmas. A cute story that will have children asking for another read.

Image result for there was an old lady who swallowed a cloverThere Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover! by Lucille Colandro, with illustrations by Jared Lee – I personally love this series and was not aware there was a St. Patty’s themed one until now!

Image result for the luckiest leprechaunThe Luckiest Leprechaun: A Tail-Wagging Tale of Friendship by Justine Korman, with illustrations by Denise Brunkus. This story is smart, sarcastic, and funny, with lovely illustrations too!!! You can watch it read aloud here.

Image result for how to trap a leprechaunHow to Trap a Leprechaun by Sue Fliess, with illustrations by Emma Randall – fun illustrations and story, with notes for educators and parents on how to allow your child/children how to make a trap.

Image result for The Luck of the Irish ready to readAs part of the Ready to Read series: The Luck of the Irish by Margaret McNamara, with illustrations by Mike Gordon – While this story is meant for an early reader, it can easily be used as a read aloud book for preschoolers.

 

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