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COMING in 2017:

May 2017: Tsunamis (HarperCollins)
May 2017: Wind Power (HarperCollins)

March 2017: Ollie and the Otter (Kelpies)

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Ollie the osprey loves to catch fish, but he can’t throw them! And if he can’t throw a fish to Isla, she’ll never notice him. (Throwing fish is how ospreys make friends) Can Rory the Otter help him?

A charming story about doing what you love, full of fun sounds and adorable Scottish wildlife.

Pre-order now for March 2017.

OUT NOW:

September 2016: Light (HarperCollins)

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Aimed at children ages 10 years.

October 2015: Volcanoes (HarperCollins)

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Everything you could ever want to know about one of Earth’s most impressive phenomena. Find out all about the different types of volcano, why and how they happen, the risks they pose as well as what they can provide.

Aimed at children ages 8-9 years.

July 2015: The Grouse and the Mouse (Kelpies)

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Bagpipe the Black Grouse thinks he’s the most magnificent animal in Scotland. He feels sorry for Squeaker, the little brown wood mouse. But when danger comes, Bagpipe finds he needs help from his small, brown friend… A gentle but funny story about celebrating our differences, full of sounds and actions.

Available at all good book shops. See reviews on Amazon.

Available Now: Can’t-Dance-Cameron: A Scottish Capercaillie Story

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Cameron the capercaillie is the worst dance in the Scottish Cairngorms, but maybe with the help of his new friend, Hazel the red squirrel, hell learn some great moves! A brilliant story about believing in yourself. full of fun actions, sounds and dancing. 

Available at all good book shops. See reviews on Amazon.

August 2014: Tales from Our Wild Park

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Published by Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Read more about it here. The book is free and is available at outlets across Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. You can download it here.

 

5 responses to “Books

  1. katatonikbroon

    August 13, 2015 at 10:23 pm

    My 2.5 year old daughter has fallen deeply in love with The Grouse and the Mouse – she has never got through the bathtime routine at the lightening speed she is now, knowing that she will have it read to her (usually repeatedly). So thank you Emily, please write another book of enchanting Scottish creatures soon!

     
    • auntyemily

      August 13, 2015 at 10:40 pm

      Aw, that’s lovely to hear. How did you hear about the book?

       

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