The Last Snake in Ireland (2020)

The Last Snake in Ireland Sheila MacGill-Callahan Will Hillenbrand The Last Snake in Ireland The famous Irish fable is retold in this illustrated edition Perfect for holiday collections as well as year round reading School Library Journal
  • Title: The Last Snake in Ireland
  • Author: Sheila MacGill-Callahan Will Hillenbrand
  • ISBN: 9780823415557
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
The Last Snake in Ireland Sheila MacGill-Callahan Will Hillenbrand The famous Irish fable is retold in this illustrated edition Perfect for holiday collections as well as year round reading School Library Journal.
The Last Snake in Ireland Sheila MacGill-Callahan Will Hillenbrand

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  1. Elnara Browers

    Summary Ireland has been infested with snakes until St Patrick cast them all away But one stubborn, sneaky red snake remained and taunted St Patrick It took some wit and creativity to get rid of that snake.Genre fictionMentor text trait Story organization a problem is posted, solution created, culmination point of the battle, happy ending.Classroom application Social studies Ireland , Language Arts, St Patrick s Day celebration.Reading level guided reading for grades K 3 AR, Lexile not available [...]

  2. Lynn

    An adorable picture book about St Patrick s tale on how he drove the last snake me out of Ireland It didn t happen exactly as history has told.

  3. Chris Lutz

    Title The Last Snake in Ireland A Story about St PatrickAuthor Sheila Macgill CallahanIllustrator Will HillenbrandGenre European Folktale, Irish FolktaleTheme s Trickery, Standing for what you believe inOpening line sentence Everyone knows that Patrick sent the snakes out of Ireland because they were so naughty folks were sick and tired of having them around.Brief Book Summary St Patrick rids Ireland of all the snakes except for one He has some trouble, but ends up saving it from an eagle The sn [...]

  4. Ashley

    Title The Last Snake in Ireland A Story About Saint PatrickAuthor Sheila MacGill CallahanIllustrator Will HillenbrandGenre MythTheme s cunning, keeping your wordOpening line sentence Everyone knows that Saint Patrick sent the snakes out of Ireland because they were so naughty folks were sick and tired of having them aroundBrief Book Summary Saint Patrick uses his magic to rid Ireland of all but one snake The snake and Saint Patrick have a feud which it appears Saint Patrick won, until he comes b [...]

  5. Meghan Collins

    I did not like this book I was expecting something completely different I found this book in the non fiction section of the library, and after searching for St Patrick s Day books for my class, I was excited I found one Let me start by saying that this is a good book to read, but not for wanting to find factual information inside In fact, I consider this to probably be of a folk tale, than a factual book In the book, St Patrick gets fed up with the snakes in Ireland and tries to lock them away [...]

  6. Ledys

    My daughters upcoming first and third graders both loved this story They each read it independently, then we commented about our favorite parts, and there was a lot to like about the book The story caught their imagination, the language was easy to understand, and the illustrations were absolutely charming.

  7. Mrs. Lynch

    I didn t think this book was great but it was good and the kids that I read it to LOVED the picture and the story They thought it was awesome and it was a fun read aloud I will enjoy it next year for sure

  8. Jennifer Oaks

    I really liked how the myth about the loch ness monster is incorporated into this story It is always interesting to read different versions about the same myth It was a little strange to have used St Patrick in this story and that it was his fault that there is a loch ness monster.

  9. Amy

    In conjunction with Story of the World, Vol IIHahaha Funny I liked that the Loch Ness Monster popped into this legend It was a good read aloud with fun pictures The Author s Note at the end gives some of the historical facts about each legend.

  10. Sarah

    Cute story combining the legend of St Patrick and the snakes with the legend of the Loch Ness Monster.

  11. Sherri

    This was okay Not actively pernicious, but I wish they had portrayed Saint Patrick a little virtuously.

  12. Shelli

    This was a fun picture book to share with my daughter, but it felt like a folk tale than anything based on St Patrick or origin of Saint Patrick s Day like I thought it would be.

  13. David

    Quite the combination of legends Just be aware there is no Christian content in this book about Saint Patrick.

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