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Summary

This is a fun story of a leprechaun tasked with protecting his town from invaders. His job: to watch over all the land from the town walls at night. His job is tiring and one night he decides to take a nap instead. This leads to a dangerous attack from the trolls. This is a children's book designed for children of all ages. It is full of rhyming verses that I hope can offer some fun, whilst also providing an important lesson to kids.

©2017 Conor Cassidy (P)2017 Conor Cassidy

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Have to say I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the story being brought to life.. Definitely one of the best children's stories I have ever came across.. can't wait to hear/read more

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Amazin Audibook (On Behalf of Nichola & Ryan)

Would you consider the audio edition of The Lazy Leprechaun to be better than the print version?

The audibook certainly adds a lot to the story but it works best with the illustrations to show the characters

Who was your favorite character and why?

Lanzo is the main character in the story so he is the favourite.

What does Dalan Decker O'Rourke bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Dalan brings a lot of excitement and personality to the audiobook that words cannot promote alone

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The battle scenes are the best part of the story