Presents an adventure of an old man who lives in a cave by the Loch of Lochnagar. This title contains characters as a grouse who repels visitors, underwater haggis who revolve as they swim, the miniature green people of Gorm, and the birds and fishes who live in the skies and lochs around Balmoral.
1 de jan. de 1980 · The Old Man of Lochnagar. Hardcover – January 1, 1980. An old, cave-dwelling man attempting to climb a cliff falls into the Loch of Lochnagar, where, after sinking for one hour, he meets lagopus Scoticus, a bubble-blowing god of the sea.
- Prince of Wales Charles, Hugh Maxwell Casson, Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)
The old man of Lochnagar. "Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson KCVO (23 May 1910, Hampstead, London - 15 August 1999, Chelsea, London) was an English architect, interior designer, artist, and writer and broadcaster on 20th-century design. He was the director of architecture at the 1951 Festival of Britain on London's South Bank.
The adventures of an old man who lives in a cave by the loch of Lochnagar, where grouse repel visitors and underwater haggis revolve as they swim because one leg is shorter than the other two! Age 5+ 48 pages. Reading age. Baby - 5 years. Print length.
- Hrh The Prince Of Wales
Listen to The Old Man of Lochnagar - Original Cast Recording on Spotify. The Old Man of Lochnagar - Original Cast · Album · 1986 · 12 songs.
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