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Hamish and the WorldStoppers by Danny Wallace Book Summary:
What would YOU do... if the whole world just stopped? Yes the WHOLE WORLD. Birds in the air. Planes in the sky. And every single person on the planet - except you! Because that's what keeps happening to ten-year-old Hamish Ellerby. And it's being caused by The WorldStoppers and their terrifying friends The Terribles! They have a PLAN! They want to take our world for their own . . . Oh, and they hate children. Especially if you're a child who knows about them. Hang on - You know now, don't you? Oh dear. Can Hamish save us from The WorldStoppers? Only time will tell!
An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales by Theresa Breslin Book Summary:
Slithering stoorworms, mischievous brownies, fierce kelpies and magical selkies are exquisitely brought to life for children in Theresa Breslin's enchanting tales and Kate Leiper's otherwordly illustrations.
The Baby Otter Rescue (Animal Adventure Club 2) by Michelle Sloan Book Summary:
If there's a wild animal in trouble, the Animal Adventure Club is here to help! Isla, Buzz, Gracie and Lexi love helping the rangers at their local nature reserve – and they love animals! So when the Animal Adventure Club find a baby otter that's been flooded out of his riverside home, they spring into action to look for his mum. But there's a surprise waiting for them... This heart-warming adventure story about friendship and nature is perfect for all animal-loving children who enjoy the Holly Webb and Animal Rescue books. he latest book in this exciting new series for young environmentalists follows the adventures of the Animal Adventure Club as they care for wild animals in Scotland, and learn about themselves along the way.
The Dream Master by Theresa Breslin Book Summary:
'There are always rules . . . I am the Dream Master. Not you. What I say goes. And I say this dream is gone, so beat it.' There are good dreams and there are rotten dreams, but once they're over, they're over. Or are they? For one morning, as Cy is about to wake up from a terrific dream about Ancient Egypt, he discovers that he can get back into his dream world. There's just one problem: the Dream Master, who isn't used to stroppy boys standing up to him and wanting to break all the rules. And as Cy moves back and forth between the present day and the land of the pharaohs - sorting out all kinds of problems with schoolwork and bullies - dream life and real life become ingeniously intertwined!
Flash the Sheep Dog by Kathleen Fidler Book Summary:
Orphan Tom has been sent to live in the Scottish Borders with an uncle and aunt he's never met. But a remote sheep farm in Scotland is a different world from his home in London. Tom is lonely and struggles to fit in with strange new people and their odd ways, until his uncle gives him a sheep dog puppy called Flash. Flash is loving, clever and brave and Tom is determined to make him the best sheepdog he can be -- perhaps even a champion! But when the day of the competition arrives Tom faces a difficult decision -- will he leave his new life, and Flash, behind? In this true classic by much-loved children's author Kathleen Fidler, a young boy discovers friendship, acceptance and a new home in the Scottish Borders through his love for his best friend, Flash. Adapted for the big screen in 1966, Flash the Sheepdog remains an unrivalled portrait of rural Scotland and is a story that has been loved by generations of children.
Hamish the Highland Cow by Natalie Russell Book Summary:
Hamish is a Highland cow and VERY hairy. He hates having baths and NEVER cuts his hair. Why should he when his shaggy coat is the perfect place to keep his favourite sweet - toffees! But one day his friends get fed up with the increasingly smelly Hamish, and they hatch a plan that involves a hairdresser and, yes, toffees! An exuberant story with bold, bright illustrations from a very talented artist. 'Russell's bright-eyed cast, including sheep with coloured rinses, is full of character and her text is deftly delivered - it's a gift to read aloud.' Scottish Sunday Herald
Scottish Folk Tales for Children by Judy Paterson Book Summary:
A giant sea monster ... trees that can dance ... a water-horse ... a girl so clever she outwits a giant ... Welcome to the world of the Scottish folk tale – a world of talking animals, mischief-making witches, giants, trolls, bold girls, reckless boys and, of course, the Wee Folk.These stories – specially chosen to be enjoyed by 7 to 11-year-old readers – burst with adventure and glitter with magic. As old as the mountains and the glens, these well- loved tales are retold by storyteller Judy Paterson.
Hamish and the Neverpeople by Danny Wallace Book Summary:
Nobody knows it yet, but the people of Earth are in big, big trouble. Like - HUGE trouble. Oh, come on, where's your imagination? Double what you're thinking! And it's all got to do with a shadowy figure, an enormous tower, some sinister monsters, huge clanking and thundering metal oddballs, and people who are just like you... but not like you at all. Luckily Hamish and the PDF are around to help save the day! Aren't they?
An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Mythical Creatures by Theresa Breslin Book Summary:
"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 ... companion volume to ... An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales, ... Breslin brings together a ... collection of tales from across Scotland"--Amazon.com.
Global Entertainment Media by Anne Cooper-Chen Book Summary:
Global Entertainment Media offers a unique perspective on entertainment media worldwide. As one of the first comprehensive books to address entertainment mass media worldwide, it addresses students as TV watchers and takes them to new places, both geographically and intellectually. Editor Anne Cooper-Chen has gathered an international group of scholars to explore such concepts as psychology, gratifications, and effects of media entertainment and its relation to national cultures, as well as to discuss the business of international TV trade by transnational media corporations. In this volume, experts discuss the content, audiences, and cultural and legal aspects of their respective countries, all of which are major TV markets. The country-specific chapters draw on the individual insights, expertise, and currency of 10 resident authors. Contributions represent every hemisphere of the globe, offering detailed examinations of media entertainment in United Kingdom, Germany, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, India, Japan, China, Brazil, and Mexico. The two concluding chapters provide cross-national case studies that look at familiar TV experiences--The Olympics and the "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" show--in global and novel ways. Global Entertainment Media is intended for students in international media, comparative media, cross-cultural communication, and television studies, and it also has much to offer scholars and researchers in entertainment media.
Brave: One Perfect Day by Steve Purcell Book Summary:
Read along with Disney! Princess Merida has been told she must always behave like a typical princess. But Merida would much rather practice her archery or explore the kingdom. Most of all, Merida wishes she could just be herself, if only for one day. . . .
Directory of Clyde Paddle Steamers by Alistair Deayton Book Summary:
From Bell's Comet of 1812 to the preserved Waverley of today, Alistair Deayton records every paddler that carried a fare-paying passenger on the upper and lower Clyde, illustrating many of the vessels using rare images, some dating back to the dawn of photography itself.
Magnus Fin and the Ocean Quest by Janis Mackay Book Summary:
There has always been something unusual about Magnus Fin, a school misfit. On his eleventh birthday Magnus throws a message in a bottle out to sea, wishing for a best friend and to be more brave -- and he gets a lot more than he bargained for. Magnus discovers that he is half selkie -- part seal, part human -- and his selkie family urgently need his help. Can Magnus save his new-found family from the evil force threatening all the ocean's creatures? And will he find the friend he has always dreamed of? Winner of the Kelpies Prize.
Hamish and the Fairy Gifts by Moira Miller Book Summary:
Hamish laughs when his old mother talks about the Wee Folk and all their mischief-making. Until, that is, his baby son disappears. So begin Hamish's adventures, which include encounters with seal-people, a sad bogle, hungry fairies and cantankerous witches. These are five delightful, funny stories, all showcasing Moira Miller's characteristic wit.
Hamish and the GravityBurp by Danny Wallace Book Summary:
'HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!' Frank Cottrell Boyce 'Hilarious' Tim Minchin 'Danny Wallace and Jamie Littler's books contain all the wit and warmth of Dahl and Blake at their best. Irresistible.' Phil Earle 'Like David Walliams, Danny Wallace is a comedian turned children's author. Of the two, Wallace's writing is funnier' The Sunday Times, Children's Book of the Week Another hilarious adventure from bestselling author Danny Wallace brought to life with illustrations from Jamie Littler, perfect for fans of David Walliams, Roald Dahl, David Baddiel and David Solomons! This may look like just a completely and utterly ordinary book. But it’s not. This book knows something terrifying: that the people of Earth face their gravest, grimmest threat yet! When Hamish finds his mum and his brother floating ON THE CEILING, he knows there’s something seriously wrong (again) in the town of Starkley. What is the strange burping noise he keeps hearing? Why are weird seeds suddenly falling from the sky? And should he be worried about the odd woman with a cone around her neck? All Hamish and his gang the PDF can be sure of is that an adventure is coming. And that means two things: You have to be prepared You have to prepare a sandwich
Attack of the Giant Robot Chickens by Alexander Smith Book Summary:
Why did the chicken cross the road? TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!! The city of Aberdeen is being terrorised by giant robot chickens who want to peck out every last sign of human resistance. The streets are empty, the adults have vanished - and those left behind are fighting for survival. Jesse and his friends are desperate to save their families and stop the feathered fiends. They hatch a master plan ... but can a gang of kids REALLY defeat an army of angry robot chickens? A hilarious, weird and wonderful adventure from a cracking new author.
Nessie the Loch Ness Monster by Richard Brassey Book Summary:
Millions of years ago, the northern tip of Scotland was a separate island, until it crashed into the mainland. The prehistoric sea monsters rushed to escape ... all except for Nessie! Ever since, people have claimed to see her as vehemently as others have denied her existence. And there have been some crazed and cunning plans to trap this elusive creature. What are the facts and what is only legend? With humour and historical accuracy, Richard Brassey tells the irresistible tale for readers everywhere.
Artie Conan Doyle and the Vanishing Dragon by Robert J. Harris Book Summary:
Before the world meets Sherlock Homes, twelve-year-old Artie Conan Doyle has his own mysteries to solve. A giant dragon has been stolen from a world-famous magician. Can Artie must discover the culprit of the seemingly impossible theft?
The Accidental Time Traveller by Janis Mackay Book Summary:
Winner of the Scottish Children's Book Award One ordinary day, Saul is on his way to the corner shop when a girl appears suddenly in the middle of the road. She doesn't understand traffic, or the things in shops, and she's wearing a long dress with ruffled sleeves. Her name is Agatha Black. Agatha Black is from 1812, and Saul needs to find a way to get her back there. With help from his friends Will and Robbie, he tries to work out how to make time travel happen. This pacy, time-travelling adventure from Janis Mackay, author of the Magnus Fin series, is full of funny misunderstandings and gripping action.
The Arrol, Arroll, and Arrell Families by John Arrol Book Summary:
Chiefly record of the history of the Arrol family name and origins. Contains descendants of various families from Scotland. Descendants lived in Canada, Germany, England, New Zealand, Scotland, Australia, India, France, and various areas of the United States.
Attack and Revenge of the Giant Robot Chickens by Alex McCall Book Summary:
Why did the chicken cross the road? TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD! The city of Aberdeen has been reduced to a post-apocalyptic wasteland in the wake of invasion and giant robot chickens roam empty streets, seeking to peck out every last sign of human egg-sistence. Fighting for survival and desperate to save their family and friends, Jesse and Rayna must pluck up their courage and hatch a plan... Action, lasers, exploding eggs and chicken jokes aplenty--can a group of teenage friends really stop an army of giant robot chickens from achieving world domination? Read these two hilarious, pun-filled adventures from award-winning author Alex McCall and find out!