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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.
the board book doesn't have the full story, like I remembered it. This copy is perfect !!Published 4 days ago by Cristina
really humorous tale about the laziest man in all ireland. we really enjoy reading it with my toddler.Published 2 months ago by Jennifer May
We bought this adorable book to help our 6 and 3 years olds get in the spirit of St. Patty's Day. They loved it! Read morePublished 8 months ago by LMR
Bought this as a birthday/St. Patrick's Day gift for our five-year-old granddaughter. She appreciated the humor of lazy Jaimie as much as she did disobedience of Big Anthony in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Happy Granny
Based on others' comments and the story review, I thought this would be a cute book for my son for St. Patrick's day. Read morePublished 9 months ago by HEATHER V.
My students love this St. Patty's Day book every year!!! I probably should have ordered more than one copy. :)Published 9 months ago by Tracy
This is just a fun book to read to primary age children. Read it at St. Patrick's Day and then let your child grow a potato plant.Published 12 months ago by sharlee