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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Autumn At Whitewalls – Christine Richard

If you loved Christine Richard’s debut novel entitled simply Whitewalls, you’ll enjoy more of the same. Autumn at  Whitewalls has been seven years in the making but that’s not how long has passed since the first novel.

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