Mrs. J. Cunningham

"Doon Doon"
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Location: Glasgow, Scotland
 

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The four Dreamers Of Strathbrochan by Hugh Galt McKenzie
The four Dreamers Of Strathbrochan by Hugh Galt McKenzie
Imagine that as a child you were able to literally travel through the mists of time to experience some of the great tragedies and events in Scotlandís past. Thatís what happens to the Four Dreamers of Strathbrochan after a meteor lands in a nearby loch, sending out a plume of mist that transports the children to the past. Follow their adventures as they come face to face with dinosaurs, meet David Livingstone and experience what life used to be like in the classroom for their ancestors. These are just some of the events that the children experience which highlight the contrast between their lives in sleepy Strathbrochan with its colourful local characters and the excitement of witnessing… Read more
Four New Words for Love by Michael Cannon
Four New Words for Love by Michael Cannon
The book follows Gina a young girl from an empoverished background in Glasgow as she tries to create a life for herself while trying to cope with pregnancy, an alcoholic father, absent mother and friends who completely rely on her for emotional and practical advice and support. It captures in beautifully written detail the events that both kick her in the teeth and provide a route to salvation when her future looks hopeless. The book covers some dark themes including a tragic event that changes Gina's life forever and results in her fleeing to London and becoming homeless. Her chance meeting with Christopher, an older gentleman and recent widower changes both of their lives. It is also… Read more
Dobble Card Game by Asmodee
Dobble Card Game by Asmodee
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Fast paced and loads of fun for all ages. The handy storage tin means that the round cards are kept in good condition and can be taken anywhere. The game is based on the traditional game of snap but as there is more than one picture on each card and the picture size varies between cards you need to have a sharp eye and quick reflexes to spot a match. With more than one way to play this is an excellent game for a rainy day at home or on holiday.

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