Bramble and Coultoon – Their Hebridean Adventure
THEIR HEBRIDEAN ADVENTURE has proved a popular story especially for those who want to know about the Hebridean coast of Scotland.The ponies set out to find out what lies on the other side of Jura, the neighbouring island to Islay. But curiosity leads them further and further abroad. They reach South Uist and set up camp on the edge of a mountain. The next day they set out to explore the other side of the mountain and meet Bonnie Prince Charlie taking refuge in a cave. He offers to return them home to Islay if they help him sail his ship. The ponies are delighted to help and improve their sailing skills.
Weight: 249 g
Length: 32 pages
Dimensions: 17.5 x 2.2 x 24.6 cm
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THE ADVENTURES OF BRAMBLE AND COULTOON by Ruth MacLean and Catherine Wilson
There are three volumes in this series, which tell of the adventures of two fire-making ponies from the Isle of Islay in Scotland. Each volume stands on its own as an independent adventure but taken together they add to the fun of getting to know the two ponies. The ponies have an abundant curiosity and love to travel both on the island and off it; they meet curious characters, who are not always kindly disposed to them; but in the end they are always happy to come home to their own field at the farm. The books are written for five to seven year olds. The colourful pictures made from simple cut-out pieces of paper mean that younger ones will also enjoy the stories. The books serve an excellent introduction to Scotland.