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by Jana Dillon

Download Lucky O'Leprechaun (Lucky O'Leprechaun Series) ePub
  • ISBN 1565543335
  • ISBN13 978-1565543331
  • Language English
  • Author Jana Dillon
  • Publisher Pelican Publishing (September 30, 1998)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats docx lit lrf azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1580 kb
  • Size Fb2 1455 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 679

Wee Meghan and Sean O'Sullivan persuade their aunties to help them catch a leprechaun for St. Patrick's Day in this ambling adventure.


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Lucky O'Leprechaun book.

Jana Dillon's Lucky O'Leprechaun follows the success of her critically acclaimed debut, Jeb Scarecrow's Pumpkin Patch. Of her first book, Booklist wrote, "author-illustrator Dillon shows a facility with caricature and mood, a way with color that extends from subtle shading to electric color combinations, and an ability to create a style that looks new yet recalls an earlier era of picture book illustration. The story faults, in that it employs too many characters with no character development, which adds unnecessary confusion and clutter to the story

Lucky O'Leprechaun book. Author-illustrator Jana Dillon shows a facility with caricature and mood, a way with color that extends from subtle shading to electric color combinations, and an ability to create a style that looks new yet recalls an earlier era of picture book illustration. demonstrates an understanding of the dynamics of picture books as well as a knowledge of what children like.

Wee Meghan and Sean OíSullivan persuade their aunties to help them catch a leprechaun for St. Patrickís Day in this ambling adventure. In this St. Patrick's Day picture book, two Irish-American kids, Sean and Meghan, discover how to outwit a leprechaun. The book's illustrations are of intense, contrasting colors and express the emotions and quirks of all the characters, including the ornery leprechaun.

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Talk about Lucky O'Leprechaun (Lucky O'Leprechaun Series)


Nuadora
This is a fun book for St. Patrick's Day reading...and any other time of year for that matter! My daughter (4yrs) loves this book and we read it all the time.
Vetitc
Wonderful book! The illustrations are fabulous and my 4 and 5 year olds loved the story.
Doomredeemer
I checked this out at the library a couple of years ago and loved it so much I bought it and we read it all year long!
White_Nigga
Do you believe in leprechauns? Well, this is a great book for kids who believe in leprechauns! The books title is Lucky O' Leprechaun. This book was written and illustrated by Jana Dillon. This book took place in Louisiana.

This book is about two children, Sean and Meghan, and their Aunties' are looking for very sly leprechauns during St. Patrick's Day. There are some interesting parts about this book. There is one type of language in this book. The language is English. But, there is some Irish dialect. There are very large pictures in this book as well. But, the pictures don't have very vivid colors. Lucky O' Leprechaun (A leprechaun) says "Top of the morning to you," many times. Sean and Meghan have three aunts helping them. There names are Moira, Kathleen, and Bridget. But there are many freaky things about this book as well. First, the eyes look pretty weird when you keep staring at them. They look like big bulging eyes. Most of all there are two annoying little leprechauns that keep saying "Top of the morning to you." So, it gets a little annoying. When you read it about five times it gets boring. Also when you look at the pictures too many times you will see the same color in your eyelid. But, despite the weird things, I would totally recommend this book! I would rate this book a 3 out of 5. So, for all you children who like St. Patrick's Day read this book! You can check this book at a library or a book store. So enjoy this book whenever you want to. I recommend this book for K-2. So be lucky and for all you know you might find a pot of gold
Budar
First-rate illustrations are the best feature of this book. The story is entertaining but can be long for 4 and 5 year-olds.
The story faults, in that it employs too many characters with no character development, which adds unnecessary confusion and clutter to the story. There is a little boy (Sean) and girl (Meghan), three very old ladies (the children's aunties), and a leprechaun exchanging dialogue in the same 1 or 2 pages, at different points throughout the book.
As a parent reading to a child, who wants to present a different voice for each character so that the child can easliy identify who is speaking in the story, there are too many characters talking, but with no distinguishing personalities to make understanding easier.
However, the story is somewhat entertaining despite its flaws.
DEAD-SHOT
I loved the illustrations. However, the book seems as if it was written by an illustrator who decided to write, rather than a writer who can also illustrate...too many characters for children so small. It would have been miles better if there was only one Auntie. It seemed to drag on, and I found myself skipping over some of the words in order to get through it. My 4 and 6 year old enjoyed the pictures, but they seemed bored by the story.
Winn
We really enjoyed this book and recommend it to all people, especially the Irish and people who love the mythology of the "Wee Folk"! The faces are wondefully drawn and kids will love the ingenuity of the children in the book. A magical delight people the world over should love!