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  1. The Old Man of Lochnagar is a 1980 children's book written by King Charles III, at that time the Prince of Wales, and illustrated by Sir Hugh Casson. [2] The story revolves around an old man who lives in a cave in the cliffs surrounding the corrie loch under the Lochnagar, a mountain which overlooks the royal estate at Balmoral in Scotland ...

  2. 1 de ene. de 1980 · The Old Man of Lochnagar. Charles III, Hugh Casson. 3.65. 96 ratings18 reviews. Written and illustrated by the HRH the Prince of Wales, this is the adventure of an old man who lives in a cave by the Loch of Lochnagar.

  3. 1 de ene. de 1980 · The Old Man of Lochnagar. Hardcover – January 1, 1980. An old, cave-dwelling man attempting to climb a cliff falls into the Loch of Lochnagar, where, after sinking for one hour, he meets lagopus Scoticus, a bubble-blowing god of the sea.

    • Prince of Wales Charles, Hugh Maxwell Casson, Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)
  4. Summary. "Not all that long ago, when children were even smaller and people had especially hairy knees, there lived an old man of Lochnagar." Written by HRH the Prince of Wales, before he became King Charles III, this timeless adventure is filled with wild imagination, invention and storytelling joy. It introduces the old man of Lochnagar - a ...

  5. It introduces the old man of Lochnagar - a delightfully energetic and carefree character who roams the hills and lochs around Balmoral, interacting with the birds and fish, and also the...

  6. Internet Archive. Language. English. 1 volume (unpaged) : 21 x 26 cm. The old man of Lochnagar leaves his comfortable cave after many years to make some adventurous expeditions into the surrounding Scottish countryside. Originally published: Hamish Hamilton, 1980. Access-restricted-item.

  7. Internet Archive. Language. English. 23 unnumbered pages : 21 x 27 cm. The old man of Lochnagar leaves his comfortable cave after many years to make some adventurous expeditions into the surrounding Scottish countryside.