Your chance to win a Wee Shoobie children’s book
Last week the Reformer told how Rutherglen singer Fraser Bruce had released his first children’s book.
Wee Shoobie is about a small creature trying to find others that look like him and where he came from, going on an adventure along the way.
Now the Reformer has five copies of the book to give away in a great competition.
We’ve hidden a Shoobie on a page of this week’s paper - once you’ve spotted where the Wee Shoobie is, let us know.
Email us at jonathan. firstname.lastname@example.org, with Wee Shoobie Competition in the heading.
Include the page you’ve spotted Shoobie on, your name, address and a contact telephone number.
Grandfather Fraser first had the idea for the strange Shoobie creatures when he was a youngster.
He decided to revisit them a few years ago, when coming up with a story to tell his grandkids.
The book is not just written by Fraser but illustrated by him too, and he’s already planning a second book in the series.
Fraser told the Reformer: “I wanted to do it just as a grandfather.
“It says at the start of the book that I could have drawn it over and over again but that was never the intention.
“I wanted it to look like it was drawn on the kitchen table, to encourage other grandfathers to do the same.
“I’m too old to worry about making money from it. The grandkids love it and that’s what it was done for.”
More information can be found at www.weeshoobie. co.uk