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Feeling self-satisfied, Jamie plants the seed, which soon grows into a potato big enough to be a logistical nightmare for the village. Luckily, his wife comes through for him once again, and everyone ends up happy and full. This is not a redemptive tale--Jamie does not learn to be industrious. It is, however, a lively, simple-yet-outlandish, brightly illustrated story about a man and a potato, with a leprechaun thrown in, for luck. (Ages 4 to 8) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Someone gave us this book for our child and I actually bought it again new for a friend of Irish descent because I just thought it was ridiculous. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rolomatic
This is a horrible book. the plot teaches kids that you don't have to work hard just be clever. I hate that.Published 2 months ago by Leslie C. Bushell
the board book doesn't have the full story, like I remembered it. This copy is perfect !!Published 2 months ago by Cristina
really humorous tale about the laziest man in all ireland. we really enjoy reading it with my toddler.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer May
We love this story, particularly trying on our accents when we read it, and the illustrations are (as always) brilliant. Took it in to my daughter's pre-K class to read for St. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cute story, not amazing, but cute and a fun read for a child. I like the drawings. I like Strega Nona by this author much more, though.Published 10 months ago by K. S.