By Alan Garner
Attractive new CollinsVoyager variation of Alan Garner's number of folklore. Boggarts and gowks, fools and hobgoblins are just a few of the unusual and beautiful creatures in A Bag of Moonshine - a veritable treasure trove of reports selected from the folklore of britain and Wales. There are 22 stories in all, fantastically illustrated in black and whitel via prize-winning illustrator Patrick Lynch.
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Attractive new CollinsVoyager variation of Alan Garner's selection of folklore. Boggarts and gowks, fools and hobgoblins are just a number of the unusual and beautiful creatures in A Bag of Moonshine - a veritable treasure trove of reports selected from the folklore of britain and Wales. There are 22 stories in all, fantastically illustrated in black and whitel by way of prize-winning illustrator Patrick Lynch.
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A Bag of Moonshine "I'm shovelling sunshine over my sheaves," says the man. " "I wish you'd come this way sooner," says the man. " "That's one gowk," says Tom to himself; and he cut a notch in his stick. He went road side, and he saw a man by the hunched up, hacking at pebbles with a a bit further, knife. " says Tom. " wish you'd come sooner," says the man. " "That's two gowks," says Tom to himself; and he cut another notch in his stick. He left the man by the road side, but, round the next bend, he saw another; and this one was pulling on and a rope.
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I'm to pay you," says the boggart to Jack. " So the boggart went off gold, and, while he crown from down the hole to fetch the was gone, Jack dug his cap, held his cap waited for the boggart. a pit, cut the over the pit and A Bag of Moonshine Sooner or later, the boggart came back with the gold and began at pouring it into Jack's cap; but Jack's cap wasn't filled, and the boggart had to go and fetch more. And he had to fetch more again; but still it wasn't filled. " says the boggart. " says the boggart's grandad.