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ISBN 978-1-906587-73-4      Le Hergé     Tionndadh le Raghnaid Sandilands agus Ruairidh Macilleathain

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SLaT-RÌOGHAIL RÌGH OTTOKAR

 

Tha Tintin a’ siubhail gu rìoghachd bheag Sioldàibhia, far a bheil ceannaircich ag èirigh an aghaidh rìgh òg, Muskar XII. Tha e a’ tighinn am bàrr gu bheil luchd nan cuilbheart an dùil Slat-rìoghail Rìgh Ottokar a ghoid. ‘Se an t-slat seo sàmhla air còir an rìgh ùr an dùthaich a riaghladh. Ma gheibh na ceannaircich làmh an uachdair, caillidh an rìgh a chrùn agus bi a dhùthaich fo cunnart ionnsaigh. Le brathadairean gach taobh a ghabhas e, an tèid aig Tintin air an rìgh a chuideachadh mus bi e ro anmoch?

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Tintin travels to the small kingdom of Sioldàibhia where he is witness to a conspiracy against the young king, Muskar XII. The plotters plan to steal the ancient Sceptre of King Ottokar, symbol of the new king’s right to rule. Should the plot succeed, the king will lose his crown and his country will face invasion. With traitors at every turn, can Tintin help the king before it’s too late?

ISBN 978-1-906587-73-4     By Hergé    Translated by Raghnaid Sandilands and Ruairidh Macilleathain

Published 2019     64 pages, paperback, 215mm x 295mm

Published with financial assistance from the Gaelic Books Council

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