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A braw Scots story for bairns!
Welcome to Thistle Street, a bustling wee high street in a Scottish seaside town, where you'll meet lots of friendly folk and some fun Scots words. Join us for a DAUNDER down the street as people go through their day, trying to avoid a STRAMASH on the way to school, having a good BLETHER outside the bakers, and rushing indoors when the weather gets DREICH.
This funny story, told in bright rhyming verse, is full of the lively characters who work and live on the street, from a grumpy greengrocer and a busy vet to schoolchildren and even a strong man! Packed with detail to spot on each page, the warm illustrations will draw children into the friendly neighbourhood of Thistle Street.

Thistle Street Reviews | Toppsta

9780863159107
  • ISBN: 9780863159107
  • Pub Date: 20th September 2012
  • Publisher: Floris Books
  • Imprint: Kelpies
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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Mike Nicholson won the Kelpies Prize 2005 for new Scottish writing for children with his first novel for children, Catscape. He lives in Edinburgh.

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Paola Conte , PhD, Cheryl Sterling , PhD, and Larissa Labay , PsyD are pediatric psychologists in private practice who specialize in providing cognitive-behavioral therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. They received their training in pediatric psychology at the University of Miami, Brown Med

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