St. Patrick’s Day has changed a lot for me since my early 20’s.
What used to involve day drinking green beer has turned into leprechaun trapping, gold finding, and rainbow making. Sound familiar?
Growing up, my parents really didn’t do anything big for St. Patrick’s Day. I might have had a special treat of lucky charms but that’s about it.
We didn’t do much in elementary school either. It was never a holiday that I got really excited for until recently.
When you’re an Italian girl.. and you marry an Irish guy.. and you name your dog Murphy and your son Finnegan.. you really have no choice than to love and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
I have some fun activities and crafts I want to share with you soon for the big day, but let’s start out with some of our families favorite St. Patrick’s Day books to get everyone excited!
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Such a fun book to read if you plan on setting a Leprechaun Trap this year!
The Night Before books are my favorite! It reminds you of being a kid and all of the excitement you feel before a holiday!
This Old Lady is crazy! See what fun things she eats in this St. Patrick’s Day version!
Count from 1 to 10 with these adorable little leprechauns!
See how George celebrates St. Patrick’s Day!
Another super cute book to read if you’re creating a Leprechaun trap this year!
Read along to see how this family of Leprechaun’s celebrate the holiday!
Finn just got this for his birthday! Pete the Cat does not disappoint when he starts a Leprechaun catching business. See if he can get the job done!
BONUS: This comes with 12 St. Patrick’s Day Cards for friends or family, STICKERS, and a Pete the Cat poster!
Jack Mouse travels to Ireland to visit family for St. Patrick’s Day. Read to see how mice celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and all of the fun that comes along with it!
A St. Patrick’s Day twist on the Itsy Bitsy Spider!
Rabbit wants to grow shamrocks to wear to the St. Patricks Day Parade but they go missing! Will he find them in time? Read to find out!
Pout-Pout Fish Lucky Leprechaun
St Patrick’s Day
How To Draw A Leprechaun
Drawing Pad For Kids – St. Patricks Day Edition
Happy St. Patricks’s Day!
Hooray for St. Patricks Day!
We hope you love our list of Favorite St. Patrick’s Day Children’s Books! If you notice that we missed one of your favorites, drop a comment below! 🙂
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