Wee MacNessie - Multilingual Monster Turns Pirate!

November 19 | 16:00 - 17:30

Inverness Children Storytelling Childrens, Gaelic, Illustration / Art, Local Interest, Scots, Scottish Writers, Translation, World Languages

Blisterin' barnacles! It can't be true! Wee MacNessie wants to be a famous pirate and go in search of treasure! Join author Pauline Mackay as we head back to the first book in the series to see if there's any mention of Wee MacNessie's pirate ambition. Since Wee MacNessie is a multilingual monster, there will be readings of this short story in several languages just to see if pirates have slipped in anywhere... or treasure! It's well known those sea-faring scalliwags like their shanties, so perhaps we can cheer up Wee MacNessie with some interactive songs and games before settling down for the story Captain Wee MacNessie. Do his friends, Dolly the Dragonfly, Suzie the Salmon and Fergus the Frog think being a pirate is a good idea? Come along and find out. This storytelling and activity session is a great opportunity for families with children aged 3-8 years to have fun together.

Free (unticketed)

If you have any questions or for more information, please contact the venue directly.

01463 236 463

Venue information

Inverness Library

Farraline Park

IV1 1NH

Wheelchair access.


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