Leonard the Leprechaun Plays Hide-and-Seek
Every March, as St. Patrick's Day nears, the owner and teacher of a pre-school in Wichita, KS can hardly wait to introduce her students to Leonard the Leprechaun. The imaginary little fellow just wants to have friends, so Author/Illustrator Kimberly Stringer takes her students on a hunt for Leonard through her outdoor classroom. They find messages in balloons while learning the color green. But mostly, they have golden pots full of fun. Their teacher, Mrs. Kim (as the world knows her) uses this creative adventure to teach all about kindness to the children. As they tiptoe through the gardens, (because leprechauns have very tiny ears and we wouldn't want to hurt them) the children learn about the reasons for loving all people regardless of size, shape or color. They also learn the value of sharing and of using their imaginations to go on a magical adventure. Leonard the Leprechaun is the first story in the Leonard the Leprechaun Series. As a bonus for parents and teachers, the back of the book contains a suggested week-long curriculum and activities for young students.
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