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The Broons Family Tree – Free in today’s paper

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The final part of the amazing tale behind The Broons’ family tree is revealed in today’s Sunday Post.

We’re giving away part two of the fantastic FREE album, Wha Dae Ye Think Ye Are? The Broons Family Tree.

Part one, The Early Years, was included inside your favourite Sunday newspaper last week. The bumper 32-page album proved a massive hit with Broons fans.

And you’ll find part two, Mair Early Years, is packed with another 32-pages of fun and laughs.

Wha Dae Ye Think Ye Are is full of tales passed down to Granpaw Broon by his Granny. The stories she told around the fireside had been handed down the generations since the dawn of the Broons.

Worried that nobody told fireside tales in this modern, digital age, Grandpaw had Horace record them all in this special double-album.

It might be that one or two of the stories have grown arms and legs over the years but they’re packed full of the fun and laughs you expect from The Broons.

Maw says: “Some o’ it seems as unlikely as Daphne datin’ George Clooney, Paw shavin’ his ‘tache or Horace failin’ a maths test but I’m sure you’ll find it a braw bit o’ entertainment.”