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Magnus Fin and the Moonlight Mission (Kelpies) Paperback – 24 Feb 2011
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'Janis Mackay's environmental message is clear but does not swamp her eminently readable story.' -- Jane Sandell, The Scotsman, 9th April 2011. 'This beautifully written book will draw the reader into the warmth of Magnus Fin's world and take them on an adventure that will keep them turning the page... Sometimes moving and sometimes humorous but never dull this story covers, among other things, environmental issues.' -- Armadillo Magazine '...will carry any child away to an underwater world, which is familiar yet magical at the same time, for a good 200 pages.' --Anna Phillips, New View, Spring 2011 'A well-written children's book that doesn't fail to entertain, educate and celebrate Scottish culture.' -- Edinburgh Book Review, May 2011 'A gentle story which will be enjoyed by children who want a straightforward adventure tale where fantasy and environmental issues provide the young protagonists with the chance to outwit evil adults.' -- Books for Keeps 'A beautifully crafted and clever story which will appeal to those with a feel for the sea and sea creatures, enhanced by rich descriptions of ocean life, and a narrative that shows good pace and humour.' -- Steve Hird, School Librarian 'I liked this book because it had adventure and great characters.' -- Sarah Tyrer, aged 10, Juno Magazine
About the Author
Janis Mackay was born and grew up in Edinburgh, but moved to London to study journalism. She has an MA in Creative Writing and has held writer-in-residence posts in both Caithness and Sutherland. She currently lives in Edinburgh, where she teaches creative writing and works as a writer and storyteller.
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Definately Scotland's answer to Harry Potter. Well done!
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