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  1. Oo. Jan Brett has one! Ahhh!

    I am woefully behind in life this week. I’m just kinda declaring this an “off week” in the children’s book department. Trying to wrap up so many projects and get things under control again. I’ll be back up and around next week – I purpose that! Bah!

    Thanks for the link! =)

  2. I was going to try to make a leprechaun trap with my kids this week, but we haven’t made it to the library to pick up any books with leprechauns. Will certainly try to find a copy of Tim O’Toole and the Wee Folk.

    Jan Brett’s new Easter Egg book is so amazingly detailed…we won a copy for my daughter’s school through one of her contests. Seems lately her website is one to watch!

  3. I was going to try to make a leprechaun trap with my kids this week, but we haven’t made it to the library to pick up any books with leprechauns. Will certainly try to find a copy of Tim O’Toole and the Wee Folk.

    Jan Brett’s new Easter Egg book is so amazingly detailed…we won a copy for my daughter’s school through one of her contests. Seems lately her website is one to watch!

  4. These look good, Amy. Our favorite St Paddy book is ‘Jamie O’Rourke and the big Potato.’ (Tomie dePaola)

    I second what Carrie said: I’m woefully behind in life too this week. And my computer’s out for repairs. Hopefully I’ll be back in next week.

  5. So far we read “Hooray for St Patrick’s Day” – a flap book for toddlers. Strangely, daughter quite liked it since she could mostly read it herself. I am mostly celebrating St Patrick’s Day by highlighting a tiny Ireland in our country hops next week. By the way, the story mentioned the fact about snake explulsion, and Anna asked, “If Ireland is an island, where did the snakes go? Can they swim?”

  6. I need to start linking up to you! I found you through Mouse Grows Mouse
    Learns.

    It’s so fun to hear and gain insight from other reading moms.

  7. Carrie sent me over!

    I love that someone else also tends to forget this holiday. Like you, I probably have a bit of Irish in me, but don’t celebrate it.

    Congrats on your upcoming baby! I look forward to reading more with you!

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