Publisher description for The smartest man in Ireland / Mollie Hunter.
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To live up to his boast of being the smartest man in Ireland, Patrick Kentigern Keenan will do anything--he’ll even try to outwit the fairies. When the first three battles of wits end in draws, the fairies enchant Patrick’s son. To win back his boy, Patrick will have to prove once and for all that he is not only the smartest man in Ireland, but the bravest as well. “An exhilarating adventure-fantasy with real Irish flavor . . . imagination, humor, gaiety and some underlying sadness.”--The New York Times Book Review
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Fairies Fiction, Ireland Fiction