This is a beautiful story of friendship, kindness and helping others. Join Hector, Hamish and Morag as they remember old adventures and move on to pastures new.
There are 32 pages of vibrant colourful characters which will keep children engaged and eagar to hear the story over and over again.
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Meet the Characters
There would be no story without them
Hector is a loveable, handsome, prize winning Hairy Highland Cow. He likes to have fun with his friends and help people. In a recent survey he was voted the cutest hairy cow on record.
Hamish is one of Hector's best friends and the brother of the adorable Morag. Hamish has long black hair and striking green eyes and also likes to help people. He was once voted the most eligible bachelor cow on the Island of Canna.
Morag is the big sister of Hamish and the prettiest Highland Cow you could ever meet. She is typically Scottish with long red hair, very caring and always ready to help other people in need.
About the Author
Christine Gillougley is a Scottish/Australian author with this being her first book. She was born and raised in a small town just outside Glasgow. The story of Hector, Hamish and Morag was inspired by her moving to Perth, Western Australia and the memories of her home in Scotland. She currently resides in Perth with her husband and their two grown up children.
In her spare time when she's not creating more adventures for her favourite little cow Hector, Christine enjoys the West Australian climate and likes going to the beach for long walks on the sand.
Writing has always been a passion of Christine's and being able to turn this into a printed book has been one of her greatest achievements. Feel free to moo-mail her, Christine and Hector would love to hear from you.
A quote from the author:-
Keep reading "until the cows come home"