By Loch and by Lin by Sorche Nic Leodhas, Vera Bock, ill.

By Loch and by Lin; Tales from Scottish Ballads.

Ten stories: Lay of the Smithy, Lay of the Amadhain Mhor, Lochmaben Harper, Earl of Mar's Daughter, Dick o' the Cow, Bonnie Baby Livingston, Lang Johnnie Mor, Famous Flower of Servingmen, Heir of Linne, Knight and the Shepherd Lass. Introduction.



Un Bon Petit Diable.




Folk Tales From the North by Winifred Finlay, Ambrus, ill.

Folk Tales From the North.

Scottish or English folktales from the author's home region. Jip and the Witch of Walgrave, Moorachug and Mennachug; The Princess who wanted to play with the Stars; The White Pet; Childe Rowland and the King of Elfland; Peregrine and the Redman of Rockingham Forest; The Laidley Worm of Spindlestone Heugh; the Ji-jaller Bag; Yound Pollard and the Brawn of Bishop Auckland; Mary-Ann and the Cauld Lad of Hylton; The Well of the Word's End; Jonas and the Boggart of Brixworth.
NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



Emma Tupper's Diary.

Emma intends to win a school prize for her diary's description of the Highlands; instead she is caught up in a cruel hoax, perpetrated by her strange cousins. A funny book despite the mean children.



Katie Morag and the Two Grandmothers.

Grannie Island is a bit put out when glamorous Grannie Mainland arrives for Show Day. Then her prize sheep, Alecina, wades into a murky pool just before judging, and Katie knows just how Grannie Mainland can help. Wonderful pictures of island life!



The Laird of Cockpen.

A witty Scottish story-song about the penniless Mistress Jean's refusal of the Laird of Cockpen, with musical score. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



16737 Wee Gillis by Leaf, illus Lawson.

Wee Gillis

Wee Gillis learns how to stay very still from his highland relatives and to yell very loud from his lowland relatives. But when he plays a stranger's bagpipe, he knows how he himself will live. Behind the comedy, Leaf addresses a question central to older children. Caldecott Honor.



Willie Winkie's Nursery Songs of Scotland.

Willie Winkie's Nursery Songs of Scotland.

Mrs. Silsbee has made available verses written for Scottish children a few years previously, trying to retain "the racy terseness so often weakened by a translation." The work of William Miller, Alexander Smart, James Ballantyne, Alexander Rodger, George Donald, Alexander Laing, William Ferguson, and John Crawford.



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