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Strange Old Scots Customs and Superstitions

Strange old Scots Customs and Superstitions

The Scots have always been superstitious. Our ancestors believed lots of stuff that most people find strange by today's standards. However, you'll be surprised to learn how much of the old beliefs have survived!
74 pages, soft-cover, printed in Scotland. Measures 51/4" x 8 1/4".
Adapted from "Old Scottish Customs — Local and GFeneral" by E J Guthrie, published in 1885. Illustrated by John Mackay.

The Haggis - A Little History

The Haggis – A Little History

This is a really interesting little book! At 59 pages it is a fairly quick read, and it has some really fascinating history about the haggis. It is a nice little hard-cover, and makes a nice presentation. From the back cover:
"Myth and mystery have surrounded the origins of the haggis. Where did it come from? What does the name mean? What is it made of? This delightful little book dispels the myths and reveals the fascinating truth about Scotland's most famous dish."
59 pages, hard-cover with dust-jacket, measures 4 1/2" x 6". Written by Clarissa Dickson Wright and illustrated by Clare Hewitt.

   
 

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