Grandpa Piggley tells stories of his youth in 1950's Ireland to his grandkids reliving the memories.
Using creativity and cleverness, Piggley, Dannan and Ferny work together towards the common goal of finding and testing three lucky horseshoe legends in order to find the 'true' story behind the horseshoe Mr. Hornsby has hung on the schoolhouse door.
Piggley tries to make the most of a bad situation by training his left arm to throw when his right arm is broken and put in a cast.
The kids set out to write newspaper stories and Piggley and Ferny end up making up exciting adventure stories instead.
Piggley and Dannan think they know best how to help a love-struck Ferny get the attention of his schoolmate, Millie.
Hector plays a joke on Piggley, Dannan and Ferny, but they don't think it's so funny. With a little gentle encouragement from Don Toro, Piggley and his pals look at their problem with Hector from a new perspective.
Mr. Winks plants a treasure map for Piggley and his friends, but this is a map with a difference! The trio set about the tasks on the treasure trail and are having so much fun they don't realize they're doing their chores at the same time.
Piggley and his best friends Ferny and Dannan are challenged to open their minds and hearts to new friends when Mr. Hornsby requires them to do a team project with classmates they don't know very well.
When Piggley and Ferny join a 'boys only' storytelling club, Dannan is upset that she is excluded because she is 'different', but her friends soon realise that life is much more fun when she's around.
When Piggley overhears his dad is worried about the farm's poor milk sales, he launches a creative campaign to improve business. Dad is impressed and touched by Piggley's generosity of spirit.
When Piggley is put in charge of the sheep, his overly enthusiastic approach makes the sheep disgruntled-and causes Wiley to run away. Piggley must then use his ingenuity and understanding to bring his sheep home.
Mr Hornsby's tale of ancient Irish battles inspires the kids to act out their own crusade. The game that ensues brings to light the differences in the trio's heritage. Unfortunately, this puts Ferny on the opposing side because of his Spanish roots.
Piggley and his pals try to track down and trap a Fir Darrig, a particularly mischievous leprechaun.
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