Elizabeth Longford is desperate to save the woods her father is destroying. For years she's been protected by a leprechaun named Shamus who will likely be killed as a result. Elizabeth's father believes Shamus has cursed him, so Elizabeth appeals to second cousin John, Earl of Wayneathe, for help. Mired in grief over the loss of many family members, John now dedicates his life to pleasure. The Last Leprechaun (4) is a true delight. While John tries desperately to save Shamus and the woods, he learns, in this touching story by June Calvin, that his heart is not made of stone. There is also room for love. (Jul., 224 pp., $4.99)
Reviewed by: 
Robin Taylor