‘The Ness of Brodgar: As It Stands’ by People of the Ness – Nick Card, Mark Edmonds and Anne Mitchell…..
“I’m thinking of reading ‘The Hobbit’ and the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy, again. I read them first about 50 years ago, just because I wanted to. Since then, I tend to embark on them when I’m feeling un-settled.”
To take part, families are being asked to take a photo of themselves reading ,Red and the Wolf, and post it to the page between 6pm and 7pm.
“Everyone deserves a little bit of magic at Christmas so please do donate £5 if you can.”
“There have been a couple of editions of a wee booklet about the Ness….”
Tam MacPhail passed from this life on Tuesday, the 8th of September.
The challenge is available to all primary and secondary schools as well as community groups and libraries in Scotland, and aims to build positive reading cultures and improve literacy for young people.
“Having just finished ‘Skara – The Fourth Wave’ by Andrew Appleby I thought I’d write of my response to reading this book”
“Written when Mary Shelley was only 20 years old, it’s an exceptional piece of work, for its time, and has continued to be an inspiring piece of work, though time, to today.”
“Thrawn is left exiled on an Outer Rim world by the Chiss Ascendency as a form of punishment only to be discovered by an Imperial ship.”