A leprechaun is causing all kinds of trouble on St. Patrick's Day—but our popular Gingerbread Man is back to save the day!
After a mischievous leprechaun makes a mess of the band room, the Gingerbread Man vows to catch him. He follows the leprechaun's clues all around the building finding chaos everywhere--even in the library! But then he finds the worst clue of all. It says the leprechaun's next target might be a house made of gingerbread!
Luckily, the Gingerbread Man makes it to his classroom in time to set a trap for the leprechaun. He'll show that mischief maker that he messed with the wrong cookie this time. "I'm on a mission! I've got a good plan.I can catch him! I'm the Gingerbread Man!"
Look for all of this hilarious Gingerbread Man's adventures: The Gingerbread Man Loose at School
, The Gingerbread Man Loose on the Fire Truck
, The Gingerbread Man Loose at Christmas
, The Gingerbread Man Loose at the Zoo
, and The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School
January 9, 2018
Up to Kindergarten
was a teacher before becoming a writer, and she has had to deal with many an escaped gingerbread man in her time. She lives in McLean, Virginia.Mike Lowery
is a professor of illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design and a children's book illustrator. His works include The Gingerbread Man Loose at Christmas
and the Doodle Adventures series. He lives with his wife and their daughter in Atlanta, Georgia.
"The Gingerbread Man helps the kids . . . on a hunt for the mischief-maker . . . and sets a clever Rube Golberg-esque trap. Trading the hat for a mess-free school, the Gingerbread Man saves the day . . . After this test of his tracking and capturing skills, what will the Gingerbread Man tackle next?" —Kirkus Reviews
"A sneaky, tricky Leprechaun is turning things topsy-turvy at school, and the Gingerbread Man is determined to catch him and prevent him from making any more mischief. . . . With a nod to all of the funny and classic tricks teachers conduct on Saint Patrick's Day (green toilet water, shamrock footprints, and messy rooms) this book is sure to please readers of all ages. . . [A] fun and entertaining read-aloud." —School Library Journal