Season 3 - Episodes 1 & 2 - An Irish Adventure
Books Mentioned in this Podcast
Can you be the first to catch a leprechaun? Catching leprechauns is no easy task-you need more than dandelion tea and four-leaf clovers You'll need the perfect trap with precise calculations and proper engineering-and How to Build a Leprechaun Trap can help
The main thing that readers ages 10 to 15 will want to know about “Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles” (Amulet, 286 pages, $17.99) is that it’s extremely funny. Styled as a personal journal and set in a magical Irish subculture, Thomas Lennon’s caper starts out in a state of wild high humor and never really lets up. Featuring exuberant artwork by John Hendrix and humorous footnotes, “Ronan Doyle and the Bridge of Riddles” leaves a clear opening for a sequel and is, to repeat, extremely funny.
Jack and Annie are on a mission to find (and inspire!) creative people. This time, Jack and Annie meet an Irish girl and go on a magical adventure that changes the girl’s life—she grows up to be Lady Gregory, who helped bring back the Irish legends, started a theater, and helped the Irish people regain both their heritage and their pride.
Filled with up-to-date information, photos, illustrations, and fun tidbits from Jack and Annie, the Magic Tree House Fact Trackers are the perfect way for kids to find out more about the topics they discovered in their favorite Magic Tree House adventures.