Draw Your Own Encyclopaedia Scotland s Folklore

Inside, you'll find interesting introductions to a variety of different aspects of the folklore of Scotland, along with quick facts, questions you can answer and, at the end, a pop quiz where you can test the knowledge of Scottish folklore ...

Draw Your Own Encyclopaedia Scotland s Folklore

Author: Colin M Drysdale

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ISBN: 9781909832633

Page: 34

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Have you ever wanted to find out more about Scotland's folklore? What about illustrating your own book? Well, if your answer to either of these questions is yes, then this might just be the book for you. Inside, you'll find interesting introductions to a variety of different aspects of the folklore of Scotland, along with quick facts, questions you can answer and, at the end, a pop quiz where you can test the knowledge of Scottish folklore which you can gained by reading this book. So far, this may seem like any other book of facts, but unlike almost every other such book, you are allowed to draw in this one. In fact, you are actively encouraged to do so! Through this, you will become the illustrator of your very own encyclopaedia chapter all about the folklore of Scotland. This Draw Your Own Encyclopaedia book from Pictish Beast Publications is designed to encourage children to learn about the world around them, and to learn how to search for information on the internet and from books, all while having a little bit of fun!

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