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Author Reads Aloud a Book About a Leprechaun Who Finds Out How Special He Is.

Author and Kingston resident Professor Featherbottom (AKA Paul O’Neill) visited Elizabeth Lopez’s room to read aloud his book “The Last Rainbow.” It is a story about a leprechaun, called Fergus, who is looking forward to receiving his special rainbow at the Annual Rainbow Celebration. But when Fergus finds out that all of the rainbows are gone except for one, which doesn’t have the color red, Fergus feels unlucky. 

King Scrimclaw explains he shouldn’t feel unlucky, in fact he should feel like the luckiest leprechaun of all. Scrimclaw exclaims, “Sometimes, Fergus, it’s what we think we are missing that makes us most special.”  

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