The luck of the Irish has waned after the greedy Leprechaun King has taken all the good fortune in Ireland and locked it away. It is up to one cunning girl, Fiona to come up with a plan to get the luck and good tidings back from the leprechauns to help the people of Ireland. Through clever charades, Fiona uses her wit to outsmart the powerful Leprechaun King and restore luck to the Emerald Isle. Luminous and enchanting illustrations add to the wonder of this original folktale, that is sure to charm readers young and old who are looking for a bit of magic to spark their story time.
This witty spring and St. Patrick’s Day book can be used in speech therapy to address social/emotional issues like greed and sharing. It is also great for noticing character expressions and for targeting predicting, inferencing, and problem solving as well as for /f/ and /l/ sounds! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Fiona’s Luck in speech therapy below: