2 edition of Katrina of the lonely isles found in the catalog.
Katrina of the lonely isles
|Statement||Illustrated by Gwen Gibson|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C269 Kat|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||65006526|
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While only 28 miles west of the mainland, in many ways the Isles of Scilly feels like a different world. Life on this archipelago of around tiny islands seems hardly to have changed in decades: there are no traffic jams, no supermarkets, no multinational hotels, and the only noise pollution comes from breaking waves and cawing gulls. Top 10 books about the Scottish Highlands and Islands Remote yet magnetic, the rugged environments of Scotland’s north have been inspiring writing for centuries, whether in memoir, natural Author: Kerry Andrew.
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KATRINA OF THE LONELY ISLES by Margaret Ruthin | Kirkus Reviews The plot is pleasant, enjoyable, and not at all credible. It all takes place on Miggeroy, one of the Faroe Islands (the author has happily suppressed any inclination toward touristic descriptions).
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The Secret of the Lonely Isles by Joanne Van Os. Reviewed by Bianca Fox. destination the closer they come to realising that there is a strange connection between the Isherwood’s and the Lonely Isles. This book is an exciting adventure mystery that will make you keep turning the pages and is definitely for anyone who likes treasure, sea.
This is it - the indispensable guide to all the Scottish islands - some no more than a rock or two in the ocean. Along with Pete Irvine's Scotland the Best, this is the essential book to whet your appetite and show the way round the Hebrides, Northern Isles and every conceivable Scottish outpost/5().
'Lonely Isles is a site about the abandoned and sparsely populated islands of Scotland. Our country is surrounded my many of these fascinating islands and we felt that they deserved to have a site dedicated to them. Lonely-Isles is not, and never will be, a site which attempts to tell you all you ever need to know about an island - think of us more as a portal.
What is an abandoned isle. More importantly what does Lonely-Isles define as an abandoned isle. People will undoubtedly have different views on the islands that could be included in this section, but a line had to be drawn.
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She followed this book with three children's novels, all set in the far north of Australia and written for the 10 - 14 age group. She lives with her husband Lex Silvester on a yacht in Darwin, NT, and continues to write.
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The novel—which relates the story of year-old Opal, a girl made lonely by the loss of her mother and her arrival in a new town, and the mangy dog she finds in a supermarket—was praised for its gentle humour, the clarity of its writing, and the endearing nature of its young protagonist.
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The Isles Dernieres—once a single island—are “the canaries in the mine shaft,” argued Abby Sallenger in Island in a Storm, his book on the disaster, “their demise warning us of what may happen.
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