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The Night Before St. Patrick's Day Paperback – January 22, 2009
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"I'm curious about many things- people, holidays, underdogs, little known historic figures - and translate my excitement for a topic into books for kids to enjoy. Story ideas are popping into my head all the time, so you never know what my next book will be. But that's what's so fun about writing."
To find out more about Natasha Wing and how to Skype with her go to www.natashawing.com.
Favorite Children's Books: The Polar Express (I have a signed copy!), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Cat in the Hat, The Golden Compass, Harry Potter; Favorite Season: Fall; Favorite Tree: Maple; Favorite Colors: Cranberry red and fuscia pink; Pet: Purrsia the lynx point kitty Professional: Member of Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators, Children's Book Insider.
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This story is very imaginative and full of fun St. Patrick's Day themes (shamrocks, a pot of gold, etc.). The illustrations are beautifully done and very whimsical. I have bought all these books for my godson and my mother (who is a lower grade teacher and reads them too her kids in the classroom). They are so cute, I may get them for myself too. This book is fun for all.
Pros: cute pictures, lots of visual detail, hidden leprechauns in pictures which are fun for kids to find, familiar rhythm, uncomplicated language, rhyming words, clear story line, characters and settings, great length of text per page and length of story for younger children, leprechaun traps which lend themselves well to extension activities
Cons: Not really a "con", but the "trick" at the end of the story was difficult for my younger students to understand.
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A new tradition we have in our family is that our kids get a new holiday themed book the night before the holiday. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aubrie Leslie
good to read to my daycare kiddos prior to the 17th. They enjoyed it. (ages 18 months - 4 years)Published 9 months ago by B. J. Van Velson