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eSpotlight - Celebrating St. Patrick's Day

Submitted by Anna Fox on Tue, 03/10/2020 - 7:00 AM
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We have plenty of ways to help you plan your celebration of St. Patrick's Day from the comfort of your own home with a variety of eBooks, eMusic, and other fun eResources from San José Public Library.

About St. Patrick's Day

Check out some eBooks about the history of St. Patrick's Day and get ideas on how to celebrate.

Music for St. Patrick's Day

Check out music from popular Irish or Irish-American artists or a music compilation for your St. Patrick's Day party.

All About Ireland

Want to learn more about Ireland? We have plenty of eBooks with facts about the country for younger readers, travel books for adults, as well as history about this beautiful country. You can also find more information on Ireland from some of our eResources:

Irish Food & Drink

Prepare for your St. Patrick's Day dinner by checking out an eBook full of Irish recipes or a read about the history of pubs & spirits in Ireland.

Books by Irish Authors

Read an excellent eBook by an Irish author or a book that takes place in Ireland.

Things to Watch About or In Ireland

Check out a documentary or TV series about Ireland or a fictional movie or series that takes place in Ireland.

Your Lucky Day

Looking for a little luck of the Irish on St. Patrick's Day? In addition to having Lucky Day books and DVDs in the libraries, we also have a Lucky Day eBook collection available from cloudLibrary. Here are just a few of the new and frequently requested titles available there.

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