This is a lovely story for young children about a leprechaun who realises the true meaning of friendship. Come listen to the lovely tale of knee-high Leigh OLoo, the most forgetful leprechaun that Ireland ever knew. Like all the other leprechauns, Leigh had a golden pot. He buried it to keep it safe. Then little Leigh forgot.
The Forgetful Little Leprechaun conveys an important message for young children that ones true pot of gold is found not at the end of a rainbow, but in friendship. This amusing tale, told in rhyme about an absent-minded leprechaun who goes in search of his lost pot of gold, is illustrated with original artwork and includes a sound button with a cheerful rendition of Irish Eyes Are Smiling.
A fun-to-read story with beautiful artwork and music will make this book a family favourite. Ages 3-6