Baby's First St. Patrick's Day
During a year of firsts, don't forget to include a book about St. Patrick's day for a very special baby. This sturdy board book introduces tiny tots to a shamrock, a pot of gold, a leprechaun, a rainbow, and an Irish dancing costume. Simple words paired with bold, colorful pictures introduce tiny readers to a favorite holiday.
Happy St. Patrick's Day from the Crayons
Every crayon has an important role to play by adding vibrant color to the world around them. Usually they carry a balanced load of responsibility. But lately Green has been feeling exhausted to the point he is ready to leave the rainbow. After holding up through a very tiring Christmas season, March brings even more demand for this particular crayon. Not only do leprechauns need green clothing, but shamrocks that sprout for St. Patrick's Day all require green as well. A cute book with some lessons about responsibility to discuss with little readers.
You're My Little Lucky Charm
An adorable book with expressions of love throughout every spread. On each page, a parent shares loving little nuggets with a tiny child. Shamrocks, leprechauns, and other St. Patrick's Day objects have textured features to engage readers in the cute story.
Spot's Lucky Day
There is no better friend than Spot to show little ones all the fun things to explore on St. Patrick's Day. Shaped like a shamrock, each page introduces a new item like Irish soda bread, a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, and little leprechauns dancing the day away.
St. Patrick's Day Shamrocks
A solid non-fiction book about shamrocks that covers all the basics. Readers learn about how St. Patrick's day came to be, and the symbolism of this leafy green clover as it relates to the holiday. Consider this a nice history lesson to complement the more whimsical, imaginative stories typically read in honor of the Irish celebration.
Peppa Loves St. Patrick's Day
Peppa and George are headed to Ireland for a St. Patrick's Day festival. Unfortunately, they learn upon arrival that the band has forgotten to bring the instruments. The Irish dancers will not be able to perform without music! Peppa jumps in to save the day by using her lucky shamrock. A glittery green cover decorated with lots of clovers adds a special touch to this novelty Peppa Pig book.
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover
An Irish rendition of "There Was an Old Lady" is just what you need to read to your kids this St. Patrick's Day. The eccentric woman is back at it again, swallowing a series of objects that are not meant for consumption. She begins with a shamrock, followed by other spring plants and flowers. Funny illustrations add to the preposterous yet immensely popular story.
Tucker is one of the most unlucky dogs around. He stumbles from one unfortunate event to the next, leaving him in a state of utter frustration. Then one day everything changes. Quite by happenstance, he rolls around in a bed of four-leaf clovers. After that moment, the pup finds good luck everywhere he turns.
Scooby Doo: The Shamrock Scare
Scooby Doo and the gang have arrived at a St. Patrick's Day party only to discover all the shamrocks are missing. Readers will love following the clues along with the crew as they piece together who is behind this mysterious disappearance. A great easy reader for fans of Scooby.
Shamrock's Cursed Hoof
Shamrock is a unicorn who attends a university where all of the magic happens. Sometimes things go sideways, and no special spells or tricks will fix the problem. In this case, a cursed hoof is wreaking havoc for Shamrock. She goes to great lengths, even seeking the help from gnomes in a nearby village, to restore her hoof so she can resume her academic duties.
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Read Children's Shamrock Books for Good Luck
St. Patrick's Day is a holiday overflowing with cheerful festivities and jubilant celebrations. On March 17th, people of Ireland gather round to share some fun beverages and sing tunes like Danny Boy and other popular songs. Along with leprechauns chasing pots of gold at the end of rainbows, shamrocks are an equally popular symbol associated with St. Patrick's Day. There are lots of religious ties to these tiny clovers. One particularly interesting account describes poor Irish people pinning clovers to their clothing as a way to dress up their church attire. Soon enough, the color green became associated with the holiday due to their brilliant hue, the preferred clothing color of leprechauns and others who like to celebrate. Children's books about shamrocks cover all the tales of good fortune, historical context, and whimsical fun associated with these itty bitty clovers. Stories about Irish traditions and legends reveal the history and importance of this symbol to the people of the country.