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“Tis the season when everyone is a wee bit Irish with the wearin’ o’ the green…but enough of this blarney, here’s a quick post about St. Patrick Day facts, festivities, and fun!

To start out with facts, you can learn about St. Patrick’s Day at the History Channel link below:

National Geographic for Kids also has some information to help explain this holiday:

And for good measure, here’s one more site to visit to explore the customs and traditions:

Now that you’ve done a little research, it’s time to zero in on those pesky leprechauns and their gold. has facts galore about leprechauns:

This brings us to the best part….trying to catch a leprechaun! There are many creative ways to construct a trap, so here are some ideas to help you get started:

As always, you can search our e-book selection online, or come in to browse and we can help you locate titles like these:

Above all, we wish you a….

We interrupt you for this public service announcement…..

About two months ago, the first reports of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)  began surfacing in the news. You may have heard the word pandemic, but what does that mean? Our kid’s database TrueFlix has put together some information about this and other health emergency situations in this special monthly publication:

A simple way to prevent the spreading of germs is to wash your hands properly. A simple science experiment has been getting a lot of attention lately because of its obvious results:

Here are some other sites with information and graphics to show you how to attack those germs! And don’t be too quick about the method…it’s recommended you hum or sing “Happy Birthday” twice while washing your hands!

These posters provide more visual references for you:

Besides washing your hands, another way to prevent the spread of any kind of germs is by covering your cough or sneeze, please. You probably have heard about the vampire method or even the dab.

Practicing these good habits can help you stay healthy!