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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.
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 5 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 5 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 5 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 8 months ago by sharlee
I bought this book to read to my grandkids for St. Patrick's day. They were enthralled with the story and illustrations. We read it several times.Published 15 months ago by C. Pearce
I bought this book for my sister in laws kids, she is from Dublin and is very proud of being Irish and passes that to her kids. She was delighted with this book.Published 20 months ago by Rob