A very funny picture book about farmer Clarrie who gets his worms, no! words, mixed up. is a loves chickens and dog, Bert. also he means So when Bert head out in jar, whoops, car, it turns to be day filled with fun surprises. Young children will love seeing how mixes up words – enjoy correcting them, as well! Ages: 3 years +
Although he was watching closely when the mummer poisoned, it took Gil Cunningham several days and three more poisonings to work out how done. Danny Gibson Nanty Bothwell, rivals for affections of Agnes Renfrew, apothecary’s pretty daughter, are also good friends. When they both take part in festive play at house Gil’s sister Kate, ends Danny’s death, apparently by poison from his friend’s flask. So deliberate, if not, why won’t defend himself? Why is Agnes’s eccentric brother Nicol so insistent that had wrong flask, do none apothecaries Glasgow recognize held? Gil, convinced innocent, sets answer these questions finds himself enmeshed tensions Renfrew household tangled relationships among apothecary houses. And then a second third death confuse matters further still, bring wife Alys into investigation. Praise Pat McIntosh: ‘McIntosh’s characterisations period detail first rate.’ Publishers Weekly ‘The next adventure be welcomed.’ Historical Novels Review. ‘Will 15th century what Ellis Peters her Brother Cadfael did Shrewsbury 12th.’ Mystery Readers Journal. ‘Lots dramatic characterisation on medieval Glasgow.’ Herald. ‘McIntosh does solid job blending plot detail.’ Weekly, starred review.