Hebridean Desk Diary 2019

This hardback desk diary is illustrated throughout with Mairi Hedderwick's beautiful sketches of the Hebrides through the seasons. Featuringdistinctive full-colour paintings by one of Scotland's best-loved authors and artists, this exquisite diary is a wonderful celebration of theextraordinary natural beauty of the Hebrides.
Date Published :
May 2018
Publisher :
Birlinn
Contributor(s) :
Mairi Hedderwick
Language:
English
Illustration :
color illustrations throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781780275147
Pages : 112
Dimensions : 9.45 X 7.1 inches
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Overview
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This hardback desk diary is illustrated throughout with Mairi Hedderwick’s beautiful sketches of the Hebrides through the seasons. Featuringdistinctive full-colour paintings by one of Scotland’s best-loved authors and artists, this exquisite diary is a wonderful celebration of theextraordinary natural beauty of the Hebrides.The paintings have been collected over the past forty years and show the changing faces of the landscapes. Mairi’s sketches range acrossmany of the isles from Arran to Tiree, expertly capturing the essence of these beautiful and diverse islands. Following the huge success ofthe previous diaries, this new 2019 version will continue to be a cherished gift and handy desk aid.

About The Author
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Mairi Hedderwick was born in Gourock, Scotland. At seventeen she took a job as a mother's help on the Isle of Coll in the Hebrides, beginning a life-long love affair with islands and their small communities. Her children were brought up there and now some of her grandchildren. Mairi's island world is delightfully reflected in the imaginary island of Struay where her perennially popular Katie Morag stories are set. As well as creating children's books Mairi writes and illustrates travel books for adults. She also illustrated the acclaimed Janet Reachfar books, which are published by Birlinn. She continues to live on Coll.

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