The Prince of Ireland and the Three Magic Stallions All is well and naught is ill in the prince of Ireland s life until his stepmother decides she wants to steal his throne for her own twin sons When she places a geis or spell on him the only way t

  • Title: The Prince of Ireland and the Three Magic Stallions
  • Author: Bryce Milligan Preston McDaniels
  • ISBN: 9780823415731
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Hardcover
  • All is well and naught is ill in the prince of Ireland s life, until his stepmother decides she wants to steal his throne for her own twin sons When she places a geis, or spell, on him, the only way the prince can break it is to bring her the three magic stallions that are kept by Sean O Donal, a ferocious giant Soon the prince and the giant come face to face, only to diAll is well and naught is ill in the prince of Ireland s life, until his stepmother decides she wants to steal his throne for her own twin sons When she places a geis, or spell, on him, the only way the prince can break it is to bring her the three magic stallions that are kept by Sean O Donal, a ferocious giant Soon the prince and the giant come face to face, only to discover that good deeds done in the past are many times repaid in the future Just in time for St Patrick s Day, this whimsical folktale with enchanting illustrations casts its own powerful magic.

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    1. With a fairy tale like beginning and a dramatic plot, this Irish tale is very entertaining. The narrative is fun to read aloud and I appreciated that the author provides pronounciation guides for the Celtic words. The illustrations are colorful and complement the story nicely. We really enjoyed reading this book together.This tale reminded us of the story O'Sullivan Stew, as the heroine in this tale has to tell a story that convinces her captor to free her and her family. I was thrilled that our [...]

    2. Hmm. This is a tough one. I read it to my 5-year-old which was the wrong age group. The language is a bit too high. If I had been reading it to my older kids I would say it felt like a huge story being skimmed over. I'm torn because it is a good story and I'd like to give it more stars, but something was missing. It is really more of a 3.5 stars for me.

    3. This really is a perfect read aloud for pre-school and elementary kids. It's got adventure, giants, magic horse. It has a distinctive Irish flair and the illustrations, pencil and watercolor, are simply lovely.

    4. Such a fun dramatic read aloud to share with students. Love, jealousy, cruelty, revenge, magic, ogres, danger and a cunning mind; many of the key ingredients to a fabulous folktale.

    5. I really liked the illustration layout in this book. It includes not only art on the interior title page, but copyright page as well.

    6. Tale reminiscent of "Jack and the Beanstalk," with unnamed characters (aka characters are "the king of Ireland," "the prince," etc.) Good for elementary school audience/readers.

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