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Christy and The Pipers

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Christy and The Pipers is a heartwarming story that follows the journey of a young girl named Christy as she navigates the challenges of growing up in a small town in Scotland. The author, Jean McKishnie Blewett, beautifully captures the essence of Scottish culture and tradition, painting a vivid picture of the landscapes and people Christy encounters along her path.

The characters in this novel are well-developed and endearing, each with their own unique personalities and struggles. Christy's determination and resilience in the face of adversity are inspiring, and readers will find themselves rooting for her every step of the way.

The themes of family, friendship, and perseverance are woven throughout the story, making it a touching and relatable read for readers of all ages. Blewett's writing is lyrical and evocative, transporting readers to the rugged beauty of Scotland and immersing them in Christy's world.

Overall, Christy and The Pipers is a charming and engaging read that will capture the hearts of readers who enjoy stories of courage, friendship, and the power of love. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a captivating tale set against the backdrop of Scotland's rich history and culture.

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volunteers bring you 9 recordings of Christy and The Pipers by Jean McKishnie Blewett.
This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for November 4, 2018.
This poem, set in Scotland, tells of a woman's reaction to the Pipes .

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