Andy Flynn is one of those saved, but his mother and stepfather both die in the flood. Suddenly the only world Andy has ever known is gone and he is alone. Aunt Mona, whom he has never met, takes him to live with her in Halifax, on the opposite side of the country. During the trip, Aunt Mona reveals to him that his father is still alive – and living in Halifax. As soon as they reach their destination, Andy escapes to find his father. Although Vincent Flynn may not be the perfect father, Andy wants to stay with him rather than live with his harsh aunt.
Brian the leprechaun enjoys his solitary life until a human builds a stone cottage above Brian’s underground home.
Jack and Annie research leprechauns, other fairies in Irish tradition, and Irish folklore and find out the facts behind the fiction.
On St. Patrick’s Day, leprechauns are lucky. But on every other day of the year, they make for noisy neighbors–and they’re turning the entire town of Dingle upside down! Fortunately, Finn O’Finnegan always has a clever plan brewing, and this time, with a little luck of the Irish, it’s a scheme that just might fool even the cleverest of creatures.
A clever woman named Fiona must pass the leprechaun king’s tests when she tries to get back all the luck he has locked away from humans.
Illustration done in acrylic, watercolor, and gel medium on coventry rag.