Lavinia Derwent's fabulous stories of Magnus Macduff and his life on Sula in the Hebrides make the Scottish islands come alive for both children and adults alike.
This is the third of four books about life on the tiny west coast island of Sula and the adventures of Magnus Macduff. When he is on the mainland, Magnus misses the island and its colourful characters like Mr Skinnymalink the Hermit and Old Whiskers the seal. However, on his return to the island, he discovers that his beloved Sula is in danger of being turned into a tourist trap.
Lavinia Derwent is famous for her ability to capture the imagination of Scottish children. Her tales about Tammy Troot, read on Auntie Kathleen's Children's Hour on Scottish Radio, were voted the best stories on radio by nearly five million children. The other three books in the Sula series are also available from Floris Books.