Hamish and Mirren live in a quiet farmhouse by a beautiful loch in Scotland. In these six tales, they encounter a talking sea urchin, a strange flute, singing sand, the Wee Folk and their idea of 'spring cleaning', and Grizelda Grimithistle, a mischievous wee witch who, not content with stealing warm creamy milk direct from their cow, sets about helping herself to Mirren's freshly-died hanks of wool.
Moira Miller's characteristic wit and humour shine through in this delightful collection of stories.
This is Book 57 in the Kelpies Series. See all Kelpies books here.
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Moira Miller was born in Clydebank near Glasgow in January 1941 and grew up in the seaside town of Ayr. Moving to Glasgow, an administrative job with the BBC led to her having short stories broadcast on radio which she then expanded to create her first books. Over the next decade she had a succesful and prolific publishing career while visiting schools and lMore about Moira Miller
Author and cartoonist Ros Asquith is the illustrator behind the bestselling Big Book of Feelings and a huge number of fiction titles. Her work also appears regularly in the Guardian.More about Mairi Hedderwick