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Wee Granny’s Magic Bag and the Pirates

Elizabeth McKay
Maria Bogade

£6.99

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Range: Picture Kelpies Paperback 32 pages colour illustrations 254 x 210 mm ISBN: 9781782504757 Publication date: 17 May 2018
Genre: Humour Ideal for ages: 3, 4, 5 and 6

Get ready for excitement and surprises as Wee Granny (Scotland's very own Mary Poppins!) and her magic tartan bag set off on another adventure.

Wee Granny is going on holiday with Emily and Harry to Arran but they've missed the ferry. Don't worry; Wee Granny's got just the thing in her magic bag -- a rowing boat!

But shiver me timbers, on their journey Wee Granny and the children meet Captain Shoogle and his pirate crew.

Does Wee Granny have anything in her magic bag to help the pirates find their buried treasure? You'll never guess what unbelievable thing she'll pull out next!

The third book in the hugely popular Wee Granny's Magic Bag series is a hilarious tartan-Jolly Rodger mash-up with plenty of fun for pirates and landlubbers alike. Turn each page to reveal a brilliant mix of colourful illustrations and an exciting story full of surprises!

Reviews

Praise for Wee Granny and the Ceilidh:

'Maw Broon meets Mary Poppins in this cheerful story for young readers.'
-- School Library Association

Praise for Wee Granny's Magic Bag:

'A simple, affectionate story that will undoubtedly meet with demands for repeat readings -- Scottish brogue required.'
-- Booklist Online (USA)

Wee Granny's Magic Bag and the Pirates

Author

Elizabeth McKay is from Dalry in Ayrshire, Scotland. She has had around 300 stories and articles published. She works part time at a day-centre for adults with learning disabilities. Having seven nieces and nephews (and now great nieces and nephews) has provided her with the…

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Illustrator

Maria Bogade studied Audiovisual Media at the University of Stuttgart before starting work as a 3D animation artist. She worked mainly for Studio Soi on award-winning projects like The Gruffalo. Her passion for creating her own unique images, characters and environments led her towards illustration….

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