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    The Old Man of Lochnagar

    £8.99
    Presents an adventure of an old man who lives in a cave by the Loch of Lochnagar. This title contains characters as a grouse who repels visitors, underwater haggis who revolve as they swim, the miniature green people of Gorm, and the birds and fishes who live in the skies and lochs around Balmoral.
    ISBN: 9780140544145
    AuthorThe Prince of Wales, HRH
    PublisherNamePenguin Random House Children's UK
    Pub Date01/08/1991
    BindingPicturebook
    Pages48
    Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock

    "Not all that long ago, when children were even smaller and people had especially hairy knees, there lived an old man of Lochnagar."

    Written by HRH the Prince of Wales, before he became King Charles III, this timeless adventure is filled with wild imagination, invention and storytelling joy. It introduces the old man of Lochnagar - a delightfully energetic and carefree character who roams the hills and lochs around Balmoral, interacting with the birds and fish, and also the stranger, secret inhabitants of the locality. It's a celebration of the natural world, and a flight of pure fantasy - a heartwarming glimpse into the imaginary world of the future King. The story is brought to life with wistful, evocative illustrations from Sir Hugh Casson K.C.V.O.

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    "Not all that long ago, when children were even smaller and people had especially hairy knees, there lived an old man of Lochnagar."

    Written by HRH the Prince of Wales, before he became King Charles III, this timeless adventure is filled with wild imagination, invention and storytelling joy. It introduces the old man of Lochnagar - a delightfully energetic and carefree character who roams the hills and lochs around Balmoral, interacting with the birds and fish, and also the stranger, secret inhabitants of the locality. It's a celebration of the natural world, and a flight of pure fantasy - a heartwarming glimpse into the imaginary world of the future King. The story is brought to life with wistful, evocative illustrations from Sir Hugh Casson K.C.V.O.