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Spooky Scottish tales for Halloween family reading

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The ten stories told and published by Sorche Nic Leodhas in Gaelic Ghosts , 1963, are gentle, humorous tales created for almost any age. Alger, collected Scottish folktales throughout her lifetime, some from her very own family, others from people she met travels throughout Scotland. She published them under her Gaelic pseudonym, Sorche Nic Leodhas, with a set of awardwinning books.