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We don’t do anything for St. Patrick’s Day in our home but I know most people do. That’s why I was happy when my friend sent over this link for an adorable F*R*E*E online story told by an Irish storyteller. His accent is delightful and the story is an old one – I think your kids will be mesmerized!

(Please note that I have not had the chance to listen to the whole story yet myself so please listen first before you let your kids listen – I’m sure it’s fine, but just in case!)

Take a listen to the Irish StoryTeller at Real Irish Stories

From their website:

Irish myths and traditional Irish stories give you the insights into the magic past in Ireland when you could meet a Leprechaun or a Banshee just round the corner!

However, in times of our consume society the best and most authentic of these stories got lost in a bulk of kitsch created by people looking to adjust the Irish history to what customers want to buy

To get the real value, it is crucial that these stories are narrated in the spirit of Irish history and by a genuine Irish story teller who understands the traditions of this lovely country. … Click HERE to read more

Let me know what you think!

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