The Story of St. Patrick's Day by Natasha Carr-Harris

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"“Oh, it’s just a pouch full of pebbles,” he said. “Just pebbles?” I queried. “Well, they are magic.” Adventure? Running away from home? And magic to boot? It’s already more than enough for eleven year old Natasha Carr-Harris, but is there even more? It seems so, particularly when she meets Edvard Green, a leprechaun from the “past” and learns of his compelling and intriguing tale about St. Patrick. As their story slowly unfolds, a friendship develops between the unlikely pair, and soon they are teaming up to confront a world filled with wonderful dangers and surprising twists and turns. This is an adventure no one will ever forget.


About Natasha Carr-Harris

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Natasha Carr-Harris has been a passionate and devotedreader since she was little. Her reading interests encompassboth classic and contemporary literature. She was nine yearsold when her first poem was published by the Poetry Instituteof Canada in 2007. Since then, six more poems and three shortstories have come out. At age eleven, she was the youngestwriter in a 3-Day Novel Contest held in Vancouver in 2009.The contest included participants from twenty countries. Itwas then she wrote “The Story of St. Patrick’s Day.” She wassubsequently interviewed by the Vancouver Sun Newspaperand reported as an “excited young writer”. Natasha believesthat her writing talent springs from her spare-time interests intable tennis, ballet, piano and public speaking, all of which have helped her become morecreative. Since 2008, she has won five medals from the Canadian National Table TennisChampionships. She was also a delegate of the 2010 Miss Canada Teen Global pageant,where she won the award for “Top Promotions”.
Published October 16, 2010 by Xlibris. 68 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Children's Books. Fiction

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