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St. Patrick's Day

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  57 ratings  ·  11 reviews
On St. Parick's Day, come dance a jig with the students in the classroom ALA Booklist calls "a lively place."

Today in Mrs. Madoff's class we all wore something green to school. Kate played the fiddle and we danced to Irish music. Then we learned about St. Patrick and many Irish tales and traditions. Now we know why there are no snakes in Ireland. Not every-one in school is
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published January 26th 2010 by HarperCollins
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E.  Talamante
Very interesting, says my 13 year old. This is a good introduction or supplement to St. Patricks Day, and the events that surround it as school children each take turns in their own way to tell a different part of why we celebrate this holiday.
A classroom of students spends time learning about St. Patrick's Day traditions in this picture book for lower elementary. It's one of the best books about this holiday for reading aloud that I've come across.
This was one was just okay for me. It covers a variety of St. Patrick's Day activities a little boy and his classmates enjoy in the classroom. From wearing something green, to writing a story about St. Patrick and acting it out, to dancing a jig to fiddle music and receiving a little clover plant, the activities sound fun but the story is not conveyed in a very entertaining way. It's more informative. I wanted more vitality and style. Also, since it is so classroom-based (except for the end wher ...more
Children's St. Patricks story.
This was a nicely illustrated book all about the history and traditions surrounding St. Patrick's Day, in the context of information gathered and presented for a class project. My story time audience listened politely to this story and it did hold their attention, but it was not as engaging as most of the books that I read. I searched long and hard for a book about St. Patrick's day that would appeal to toddlers and this was the best one I found. The illustrations are fun and the story is solid ...more
This book is about a class celebrating St. Patricks Day. They wear green, make a book, perform a play, and just learn about Ireland. This book is a great culture lesson on the history and meaning of St. Patrick’s Day. It would be a great book to read on this holiday.
Amy Carr
This book very lightly introduces some of the history, symbols, and traditions behind St. Patrick's Day. By the end of the book, I wanted to go get a book that would give me more details and depth. Would be good for preschoolers.
This is a children's book about classroom activites surrounding St. Patrick's Day. It's okay, not as entertaining as others I've read lately.
Lindsey Lubker
This is a fun book about a class and how the celebrate St. Patrick's day. This book shows what this holiday is all about and how we celebrate it.
Very cute for a St. Patrick's Day book.
Serena McGlashen
Q thought it was very boring.
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