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That’s the Irish for you!

“Leprechauns, castles, good luck and laughter. Lullabies, dreams and love ever after. Poems and songs with pipes and drums. A thousand welcomes when anyone comes … That’s the Irish for you!” – Irish Saying

We are two sisters on a mission to make a difference by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences across the globe. – Erin and Amber 😀

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover! Read Aloud By Story Time With Amber And Erin

There’s an Irish folk tale that says if you catch a leprechaun that he must grant you three wishes. If you caught one, what would be your three wishes? The old lady has returned just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Today she is swallowing things to make a colorful rainbow to hide a pot of gold. Join us as we share one our very favorite, and most popular stories, “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover!” By Lucille Colandro. Illustrated by Jared Lee. You can find this and other recordings at Story Time With Amber and Erin, our YouTube Channel. You can also follow us at Hendrix Consulting Education Facebook, Story Time With Amber And Erin FacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe to our channel. Thanks friends!!! 😀

Amber and Erin, two sisters on a mission to spread fun and engaging literacy experiences to children across the globe.

Too Many Leprechauns: How the Pot O’Gold Got to the End of the Rainbow – Story Time with Amber and Erin

You want to find a Lephechaun, on St. Patrick’s Day, because it is one of the only days that they are LUCKY. However, on any other day besides St. Patrick’s Day, they are loud, noisy neighbors. In “Too Many Leprechauns: How that Pot O’Gold Got to the End of the Rainbow” by Stephen Krensky and Dan Andreasen, the leprechauns are turning Dingle upside down! Luckily, Finn O’Finnegan, returned home, and devised a clever plan brewing, along with a little luck of the Irish, to fool these clever little guys. Thanks for watching! You can find this and other recordings at Story Time With Amber and Erin, our YouTube Channel. You can also follow us at Hendrix Consulting Education Facebook, Story Time With Amber And Erin FacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe to Story Time with Amber and Erin. Thanks friends!!! 😀 Story Time with Amber and Erin and Walter Worm YouTube and Facebook are kid, tween, and teen friendly.

We are two sisters on a mission to make positive change by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences to children across the globe.

Jamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato Read Aloud by ‘Story Time with Amber and Erin’

Join us as we read aloud an inspired Irish folktale about “Jamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato: An Irish Folktale” by Tomie DePaola. Jamie O’ Rourke, “the laziest man in all of Ireland,” was a potato farmer who was concerned about the lack of food stored for the approaching winter, due to poor crops and harvest. His hardworking wife nagged him so that it led him to go to church to pray for guidance. As luck would have it, Jamie runs into and catches a magical, whimsical leprechaun. Instead of offering the traditional pot of gold, the Leprechaun offers a magical potato seed instead. Jamie was not only able to feed himself, but also the entire village for a long time! The moral of the story is that cutting corners, or taking the easy way of a problem usually causes more trouble, than anticipated. You can find this and more read alouds at Story Time with Amber and Erin

Story Time with Amber and Erin and Walter Worm YouTube and Facebook are kid, tween, and teen friendly.

You can find this and other recordings at Story Time With Amber and Erin, our YouTube Channel. Please follow us at Hendrix Consulting Education Facebook, Story Time With Amber And Erin FacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe to our channel. Thanks friends!!! 😀

Amber and Erin, two sisters on a mission to spread fun and engaging literacy experiences to children across the globe.