Wee Granny and the Ceilidh
It's the day of the school ceilidh, but everything is going wrong!
Luckily Wee Granny has brought her magic tartan bag What surpring things will she pull out to save the dance?
'Maw Broon meets Mary Poppins in this cheerful story for young readers. [...] Wee Granny appears to be a typical -- or should I say 'stereotypical' -- Scottish granny, grey haired and rosy cheeked, definitely the kind of granny 'ye cannae shove aff the bus', but what she finds in her tartan bag totally redefines the term 'bag of tricks' and is the source of much fun for young readers with a sate for the absurd. Bogade's cartoon-like illustratons in ink and watercolour are reminiscent of the Scottish Comics tradition of the Beano and the Dandy. This adds yet another Scottish dimension to the title and works well with the preposterous situations which are depicted.'
--School Library Association