Leprechauns are famous for their hidden pots of gold and for their trickster-like antics. Run and catch your very own Irish Leprechaun. Perhaps, then you'll discover your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Read more about Leprechauns in Irish Mythology.
by Carol Rose. With more than 100 illustrations, this encyclopedia features more than 2,000 alphabetically arranged entries of spirits, fairies, leprechauns, goblins, and beyond. What happens in the dead of night and the darkest forests? Find out about strange thumping in the attic
and odd disappearances.
by Niall Macnamara. If you've ever wondered where leprechauns live, what they eat, and how they dress, this book is the answer to your many questions! Dig deeper than that miserly exterior we may imagine in the leprechaun--with those hidden pots of gold.
by Mary Feehan (Editor). This collection features stories, poems, and legends about Leprechauns, including: "The Little Shoe," "Seeing is Believing," and "Master and the Man," along with "The Big Man of the Fairies," "The Leprechaun," and "Leprechauns and Cluricauns."
by J. Craig Bell. Get inspired by Irish mythology, with the hounds, Leprechauns, faeries and banshees.
by Walter Evans-Wentz. The author is perhaps best known as the translator of "The Tibetan Book of the Dead." In this book, Evans-Wentz explores the reality of leprechauns, pixies, and other fairy spirits.