Herself and Janet Reachfar

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Birlinn, 2002 - 32 páginas
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George and Tom, who worked on the farm called 'Reachfar', were Janet's greatest friends. 'Herself' was what they called Janet's Granny when she spoke in a special voice. When it was Herself who ordered George and Tom to bring the sheep off the hills in the unexpected snow, Janet went into the warm barn with Fly, her collie. But she couldn't help thinking about the poor cold sheep on the East Hill. If she just opened the gate, Fly could easily bring the sheep into the shelter of the trees, and she wouldn't be going out, not really out on to the forbidden East Hill . . . But of course she did, and what came of it, in the end, changed Herself back into Granny, loved and loving - and perhaps even a little magical.

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Jane Duncan lived on the Black Isle and was at one time one of Scotland's most popular authors. The Janet Reachfar books take characters and settings first encountered in her novel, My Friends the Miss Boyds, and are still going strong eighteen books later. Mairi Hedderwick is one of Scotland's best known and best loved illustrators and authors. From the Katie Morag stories to her adult titles, Eye on the Hebrides, Highland Journey and Sea Change, she is perennially popular with all ages. She has recently moved to Jemimaville in Ross and Cromarty, close to a cottage once lived in by Jane Duncan.

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