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READ IT. IT'S REALLY AN ADULT FAIRY TALE SUITABLE FOR THE KID IN ALL OF US AND SMALL KIDS TOO!!!!!!!!This is a wonderful introduction of the Irish Leprechauns as a real little people not cartoons. It takes us through the early lives of the Leprechauns in pre-historic Ireland after their journey across the seas in boats of gold!!! The gold in the boats will become coins that they carry and guard in all their shoemaking endeavors for the fairies. The art work is by the author as well and offers her vision of the Leprechaun. These small and handsome fellows are immortal but celebate. YOU CAN'T HAVE IT ALL(> For the Irish fun in Everyone.

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About the Author

connie houser
conwoo

Newspaper reporter-writer, features- National Magazines:general articles and artist magazines and profiles; award winning artist; BFA (fine arts) from Stetson and FAU; listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in World, Who's Who in Women. Written and published 15 books to date. Author of: "The Letters, Portrait of an Artist, Jim Houser" and E-Book, "ABSOLUTE POWER!" Both SOLD AT BARNES & NOBLE AND AMAZON.

Publish Date  July 12, 2009

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  76 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Literature & Fiction

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conwoo says

Cool! The Leprechaun in a whole new light, with a history, and a purpose. Those little buckets of gold can still be spotted under the rainbow though. A great read. Hopes there's more.

posted at 10:30am Jun 24 PST

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