We'll have to kill it,' said Tom sadly. 'The flock won't like it, and neither will Herself.' Janet felt terrible. She felt as though she had broken the young chicken's leg. She began to cry. 'Stop crying, for pity's sake, and run along to the house and see what Herself is doing,' ordered George. Janet stopped crying at once, for she could tell that George had thought of a plan to save the chicken. What that plan was, and what came of it made an Easter surprise for all the Reachfar folk. In this third story about a little girl growing up on a remote Highland farm with her dog, Fly, her sometimes fierce grandmother, Herself, and her special friends, the farmhands, George and Tom.
|Edition description:||New edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.95(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 8 Years|
About the Author
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 Katie Morag 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.
Mairi Hedderwick was born in Gourock, Scotland. At seventeen she took a job as a mother's help on the Isle of Coll in the Hebrides, beginning a life-long love affair with islands and their small communities. Her children were brought up there and now some of her grandchildren. Mairi's island world is delightfully reflected in the imaginary island of Struay where her perennially popular Katie Morag stories are set. As well as creating children's books Mairi writes and illustrates travel books for adults. She also illustrated the acclaimed Janet Reachfar books, which are published by Birlinn. She continues to live on Coll.