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Brendan and the Blarney Stone (Tales from Leprechaun Land) (edition 2017)

by Stephen Walsh (Author)

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When Brendan the leprechaun plays the tin whistle, the sound is sweeter than the sweetest songbird. But if only he could speak as well as he plays! His words spill out in a terrible jumble - he goes to the shop to buy peas and accidentally comes home with cheese! Could kissing the famous Blarney Stone, which is said to give you the 'gift of the gab', be the answer to all Brendan's problems?… (more)
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Title:Brendan and the Blarney Stone (Tales from Leprechaun Land)
Authors:Stephen Walsh (Author)
Info:The O'Brien Press (2017), 32 pages
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When Brendan the leprechaun plays the tin whistle, the sound is sweeter than the sweetest songbird. But if only he could speak as well as he plays! His words spill out in a terrible jumble - he goes to the shop to buy peas and accidentally comes home with cheese! Could kissing the famous Blarney Stone, which is said to give you the 'gift of the gab', be the answer to all Brendan's problems?

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