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by Dick King-Smith

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ISBN:
0517581361
Author:
Dick King-Smith
Category:
Geography & Cultures
Language:
English
Publisher:
Knopf Books for Young Readers; 1st U.S. ed edition (March 10, 1992)
Pages:
114 pages
EPUB book:
1537 kb
FB2 book:
1605 kb
DJVU:
1954 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
672


Paddy's Pot of Gold is a lighthearted yet meaningful romp in Ireland of the late twentieth century, an Ireland . Dick King-Smith's writing isn't electric, but his books wend their way into one's heart.

Paddy's Pot of Gold is a lighthearted yet meaningful romp in Ireland of the late twentieth century, an Ireland whose people no longer believe in magic. Brigid is a lucky girl on the morning of her eighth birthday. We learn to love the characters through their adventures, which are by turns silly, risky, and lightly dramatic. These episodes within the larger story reveal who the characters truly are so we can love them with no illusions.

King-Smith has created a friendship of such true devotion that it seems the only possible ending. My book arrived quickly and was packaged well. It looks new, too. My mother used to read Paddy's Pot of Gold to my brothers and I every night two weeks before Spring Break. Several factors unite to make this early chapter book irresistible. The scene is masterfully set, from the beauty of the predawn Irish farm to the details of Brigid's birthday breakfast. She would read each character's dialogue with her best Irish accent. It was a magical experience every year.

Paddy's Pot of Gold audiobook written by Dick King-Smith. Narrated by Josie Lawrence. No monthly commitment

Paddy's Pot of Gold audiobook written by Dick King-Smith. No monthly commitment. Listen online or offline with Android, iOS, web, Chromecast and Google Assistant. When Brigid sees a tiny carrot moving about in the garden she can't believe her eyes. When the carrot turns out to be a tiny leprechaun, she can't believe her luck.

Brigid enjoys making friends with Paddy the leprechaun and wonders if he has a pot of gold.

Ronald Gordon King-Smith OBE, Ho. Ed (27 March 1922 – 4 January 2011), was a prolific English writer of children's books, primarily using the pen name Dick King-Smith.

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Paddy's Pot of Gold is not just about a leprechaun in Ireland; it's about the endearing friendship that developes between a young girl and a very old leprechaun. It reminds me, in many ways, of the very special friendship between a grandparent and a grandchild and how that special love goes on beyond death.

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Brigid enjoys making friends with Paddy the leprechaun and wonders if he has a pot of gold
  • Muniath
My book arrived quickly and was packaged well. It looks new, too.
My mother used to read Paddy's Pot of Gold to my brothers and I every night two weeks before Spring Break. She would read each character's dialogue with her best Irish accent. It was a magical experience every year.
Three years ago, I bought a copy to read with a 10 year old. We first read it together, and then she practiced her independent reading skills by reading it herself. Two years ago, I read it with my ELL students, and last year I read parts of it with a reading club for beginning English readers at my high school. Students from all over the world were captivated by Brigid and Paddy.
I believe you will adore this book as well because of the way Dick King Smith tells this tale of friendship!
  • Androlhala
Paddy's Pot of Gold is not just about a leprechaun in Ireland; it's about the endearing friendship that developes between a young girl and a very old leprechaun. It reminds me, in many ways, of the very special friendship between a grandparent and a grandchild and how that special love goes on beyond death. It's excellent!