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By Dianne M. MacMillan, Guy Porfirio

On St. Patrick's Day, Ryan says out loud, "I want I didn't have silly piano lessons." somebody solutions, "Saints be praised. 'Tis done." right away, his piano teacher's house—along together with his instructor, leave out Talbot, and his classmate, Angela—are long past! Rafferty McGill, a small, unusual guy in a eco-friendly vest, pants, and felt hat, says he's dependable. Ryan can't think his eyes or his ears: The unusual little guy claims he's a leprechaun! And now that he has granted Ryan's want, Ryan needs to furnish Rafferty's want for a couple of boots. all of it has anything to do with an historic curse!

Readers will chortle out loud at Rafferty McGill's antics and proportion in Ryan's frustration as he attempts to deal with this St. Patrick's Day mess. Can Ryan deliver again pass over Talbot and Angela? If he doesn't, he should be caught with one unsatisfied leprechaun—for life!

"This is a enjoyable myth learn for a vacation with constrained bankruptcy books celebrating it and may be a success with these searching for a short and playful read." —Children's Literature

Dianne MacMillan grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, and graduated from Miami collage in Ohio with a level in schooling. She taught basic college for a few years. For greater than twenty-five years, she has committed her time to writing books and tales for kids. between her titles are books approximately endangered animals, California background, and vacation trips. one among her favourite vacation trips is St. Patrick's Day. She lives in California together with her husband.

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