How to Catch a Leprechaun by Adam WallaceWallace, Adam. How to Catch a Leprechaun. 1 CD. unabridged. 6 min. Dreamscape Media. ISBN 9781520063416.
The bestselling creators of the holiday classic, How to Catch an Elf, are back with another adorable book to delight children and families. Perfect for St. Patricks Day or just general laughs, How to Catch a Leprechaun, will inspire children to get creative and build the best leprechaun traps they can invent. A naughty leprechaun taunts the reader on every page that the traps set out by other children arent clever enough to catch him or his pot of gold. Since the leprechaun cant be caught, he wreaks havoc on the house, dying the toilets green and other mischievous pranks that children will enjoy. Narrated with British joviality by Qarie Marshall, children will delight in his hilarious telling of the naughty leprechaun who cant be caught. - Erin Cataldi, Johnson Co. Public Library, Franklin, IN
How To Catch A Leprechaun
If you want to catch a leprechaun , you should try to build a trap. A leprechaun is an Irish "elf. They are tricky fellows and like to play pranks on unsuspecting people. Legend says that leprechauns are shoemakers also called cobblers. Curiously enough, they supposedly only make one of each type of shoe. It is said that you can tell a leprechaun is near if you hear the tapping of their hammers. Each leprechaun also has a pot of gold.
Leprechauns are sneaky little guys!
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Making a Leprechaun Trap
If you get lucky and manage to catch a leprechaun you need to be smarter than him or else you will be easily tricked which can have damaging results, never take your eye off him or he will vanish. A captured leprechaun will grant you three wishes or a gold coin to bribe his way to freedom but this is when things can go terribly wrong if the wrong decisions are made. Many of an Irish man who thought he could outsmart an Irish leprechaun had selected the three wishes and would either go insane trying to think of what to wish for or their wishes would backfire with something bad happening. One common story was of Seamus in County Mayo who wished to be the richest man on a tropical island. However, when his wish came true he suddenly realized that there were no shops or pubs on the island to spend his money or even people to talk with.