The Things We Learn When We’re Dead – Charlie Laidlaw

Lorna Love is returning home from a dinner party when she’s knocked down by a car. She wakes up in what she assumes is a hospital – albeit a wish and silent hospital.

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Edinburgh For Under Fives

‘Edinburgh For Under Fives’ is a must have guidebook for Edinburgh families with young children.

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Mary’s the Name – Ross Sayers

After her granpa is mixed up in a robbery at the bookies where he works, eight year old Mary finds herself on the run with him.

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Tragic Without Magic – Ruby McCracken

As already observed previously in these pages, it seems a challenge for a
children’s author to conceive of a children’s book that isn’t fantastic,
and Elizabeth Ezra’s Ruby McCracken: Tragic Without Magic falls neatly
into the groove.

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Stella’s Christmas Wish – Kate Blackadder

Six days before Christmas, Stella is called home to Scotland. Her beloved grandmother, Alice, has had a serious accident, and Maddie, her sister, has disappeared off to Australia.

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Ally Bally Bee – Lift the Flap Book

Ally Bally Bee must be a favourite Scottish song world-wide with children and parents.

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