Thorfinn and the Awful Invasion
Mysterious selkies, bad-tempered giants, devious fairies and even Loch Ness's most famous resident -- these are the mythical beasts of Scottish folklore. In the highly anticipated companion volume to the much-loved An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales, award-winning children's author Theresa Breslin brings together a stunning collection of tales from across Scotland. Altern... read more
There was a wee lassie who swallowed a midgie. I don’t know why she swallowed the midgie, So teeny and squidgy!In this hilarious twist on a much-loved rhyme, the wee lassie swallows a succession of Scotland's favorite creatures to catch that peskie midge -- including a puffin, a Scottie dog, seal, and even Nessie! After all that, she can't still be hungry...can she? Kate McLelland's funny, eng... read more
When the mysterious Nowhere Emporium arrives in Glasgow, orphan Daniel Holmes stumbles upon it quite by accident. Before long, the "shop from nowhere," and its owner, Mr Silver―draw Daniel into a breathtaking world of magic and enchantment. Recruited as Mr. Silver's apprentice, Daniel learns the secrets of the Emporium's vast labyrinth of passageways and rooms―rooms that contain wonders beyond... read more
Janet is forbidden from visiting the woods near her father's castle because legend says that long ago a local boy called Tam Linn was stolen there by the fairy queen and never returned. But Janet isn't afraid of fairy stories...Deep in the woods, by a well, she meets a fairy knight―the famous Tam Linn, forbidden to leave by the evil queen's spell.Janet decides to save her new friend, but when ... read more
Rosemary, mint and onions are commonly found in kitchens, but physician Markus Sommer argues that cooking only makes use of one aspect of plants like these. Here, he vividly describes their full characteristics, helping the reader to understand their true nature. He discusses the properties of over thirty plants. For example, did you know that St John's Wort is not only good for depression, bu... read more
This little book offers a treasure trove of reflections and contemplations on images from nature, each connected to a Gospel reading. Based on thirty years of sermons, Rev. Skaller explores the essence of sensory images, including flowers, shells, clouds, and landscapes, delving deeper to help the reader understand them as divine manifestations in our everyday world. They in turn enable us to ... read more
This insightful book argues that the source of our current social, economic and environmental issues springs from our illusion that everything in the world is separate.
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