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- Luath Press Ltd
- Johan Nic a' Ghobhainn
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This is a brilliant and creative rendition of The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy translated into Gaelic by Johan Nic a' Ghobhainn. Discover the very special book that has captured the hearts of millions of readers all over the world. 'A wonderful work of art and a wonderful window into the human heart' Richard Curtis A book of hope for uncertain times. Enter the world of Charlie's four unlikely friends, discover their story and their most important life lessons. The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse have been shared millions of times online - perhaps you've seen them? They've also been recreated by children in schools and hung on hospital walls. They sometimes even appear on lamp posts and on cafe and bookshop windows. Perhaps you saw the boy and mole on the Comic Relief T-shirt, Love Wins? Here, you will find them together in this book of Charlie's most-loved drawings, adventuring into the Wild and exploring the thoughts and feelings that unite us all.
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'Seo an saoghal anns am feum mi triall. ach is mor mo mhiann comhnaidh anns an t-saoghal a chruthaich charlie mackesy.' - Elizabeth Gilbert 'Gradh, cairdeas agus coibhneas - canan an leabhair a thuigeas gach neach.' - Bear Grylls 'Obair-ealain sgileil agus suil leirsinneach a chridhe mhic an duine.' - Richard Curtis 'Gu simplidh, tha an saoghal a' cur feum air obair charlie an-drasta.' - Miranda Hart
Artist Charlie Mackesy has been a cartoonist for The Spectator and a book illustrator for Oxford University Press. He has collaborated with Richard Curtis for Comic Relief, and Nelson Mandela on a lithograph project, The Unity Series . His first exhibition for the boy, the mole, the fox and the horse was in London in November 2018. Charlie lives in South London with his dog. Johan Smith is a native Gaelic speaker from Barvas, Lewis, and studied Gaelic and Sociology at Aberdeen University. During her involvement in cultural tourism, and while working as an Education Development Officer, Johan visited many communities throughout the country supporting local initiatives. Working as a copy-editor and proof-reader over the last 25 years have seen her make a valuable contribution to many of the resources the Gaelic publishing sector has produced. She is a board member with Bord na Gaidhlig.