Horris and the Haggis Hunter

Sally Magnusson

Illustrated by Norman Stone.

Horris and the Haggis Hunter

Sally Magnusson

Illustrated by Norman Stone.

£6.99

Availability: In stock

Published: 20th August 2014
Format: Paperback 239x183mm
Extent: 48 pages
ISBN: 9781845025311
RRP: £6.99
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Horace the Haggis, homeless and hunted, finds refuge among the animals of Acre Valley. But Angus McPhee, chief of the haggis hunters, and his deadly cat are out to trap him. Can a flower-eating fox, a loyal mouse, a gossipy rook, two magpies on Twitter and the bumbling efforts of the Mole Patrol help Horace escape before he is caught in a net and boiled for dinner? With his bagpipes (which, to the alarm of his new friends, he has just begun learning), his trusty hair gel and his fondness for eating heather, Horace will find a place in any child's heart. Friendly, timid, a little bit greedy and ever so slightly vain, he spends much of the Battle of Nettle Farm with his eyes shut tight, as he and his friends try to escape the clutches of Angus McPhee and The Cat With No Name.

Horace the Haggis gives children a world of fun, adventure, secrets and unforgettable characters and is both comfortingly timeless and engagingly modern. And in Acre Valley the exploits of Horace and his friends will have you laughing one minute and on the edge of your seat the next. Illustrated by the author's husband and based on ideas from their own children, this is a family book for other families to read together and enjoy.

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A fun, gentle and engaging bedtime story.
THE LIST

Sally Magnusson

Sally Magnusson is a BBC broadcaster, journalist and writer. She is the author of six other books, but Horace the Haggis is her first for children. Based in Glasgow, she is married to TV director and illustrator Norman Stone. They have five children.

Norman Stone

Norman Stone is a TV director and illustrator. Based in Glasgow, he is married to Sally Magnusson, a BBC broadcaster, journalist and writer. They have five children.

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