The story of how a young puffin gets his coloured beak
Peata Ruadh is fed up waiting for his very first colourful beak. Peata decides to explore some very imaginative solutions to his impatience. But he soon realises that nature will not be rushed. Creative ideas lead the reader to a natural process.
The story of how a young puffin learns to fish
Peata Ruadh realises that he is very hungry and needs to learn to feed himself. Peata Ruadh does not have a fishing plan and doesn’t really know how to start fishing. Peata Ruadh enthusiastically tries anything to catch fish.
The story of how a young puffin goes to sea
What a great adventure. Peata Ruadh is getting ready to leave everything he knows. Young puffins leave for the first time to spend the next 4 or 5 years out at sea. Older puffins make the yearly departure to spend the winter at sea.
The story of a young puffin out at sea
Out at sea, Peata Ruadh meets puffins from all over the North Atlantic. The West coast of Scotland, Shetland, Iceland and Norway. He discovers environmental and cultural stories that are as relevant to the puffins as they are to people.
Fortellingen om hvordan en liten lundefugl fikk sitt fargerike nebb
I lune hi sent på våren kommer lundefuglungene ut av eggene. Det morsomme små lundefuglene bruker rundt seks uker på å bli voksne.
Fortellingen om hvordan en liten lundefugl lærer å fiske
Tidlig på sommeren er små lundefugler veldig sultne. De må lære seg å fange sin egen mat. De må lære å fiske.
Fortellingen om en liten lundefugl som drar til sjøs
Unge lundefugler drar ut til sjøs på sensommeren. Dette er et stort eventyr.
Fortellingen om en ung lundefugl til sjøs
Ute på havet møter Peata Ruadh lundefugler fra hele Nord-atlanteren. Her får han høre spennende historier fra andre steder. Han lærer om ulike kulturer, og at miljøet er viktig for både lundefugler og mennesker
Skerries Publications is a small independent publisher. Publishing the Peata Ruadh book series. The stories of Peata Ruadh are about the worries, problems, threats and dangers that face Puffins across the world. The reader is taken into the chatty world of puffin to find out from Peata Ruadh and his friends what the life of a puffin is really like. The imaginative, humerous and caring solutions that Peata Ruadh establishes are examples of resilience, community and survival.
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Fiona Hulbert was born in Edinburgh. She spent most of her formative years in the Highlands, where her love and connection to the land, community and environment became deep rooted. She has two children. Her husband is an ecologist and obviously shares her love of the environment. She now lives in Highland Perthshire.