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SOMETHIN  FOR  AABODY<br>Marguerite Cruickshank, Mither Tongue

SOMETHIN FOR AABODY
Marguerite Cruickshank, Mither Tongue

A wee selection o poetry excerpts, quotes an sic like tae celebrate the 250th anniversary o the birth o Robert Burns.

£7.50

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THE BURNS ENCYCLOPAEDIA<br>Professor David Purdie, Professor Gerard Carruthers, Dr Kirsteen McCue

THE BURNS ENCYCLOPAEDIA
Professor David Purdie, Professor Gerard Carruthers, Dr Kirsteen McCue

“A must for Burns lovers” is how The Burns Encyclopaedia was hailed when it first appeared in the poet’s bi-centenery year of 1959.

£30.00

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ROBERT BURNS FOR BEGINNERS<br>Rennie McOwan

ROBERT BURNS FOR BEGINNERS
Rennie McOwan

Beginners of all ages studying the work of Robert Burns find few specially produced volumes of material to work from.

£7.99

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DORIC ALIVE AN KICKIN<br>Deborah Leslie

DORIC ALIVE AN KICKIN
Deborah Leslie

A collection of original stories in the Doric dialect of Scots, celebrating the unique character and humour of North-east Scotland.

£7.99

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DORIC ALIVE AN KICKIN 2<br>Deborah Leslie

DORIC ALIVE AN KICKIN 2
Deborah Leslie

Doric Alive an Kickin 2 is Deborah's second collection of short stories.

£7.99

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DORIC HALE AN HAIRTY<br>Deborah Leslie

DORIC HALE AN HAIRTY
Deborah Leslie

Doric Hale an Hairty is Deborah's third collection of short stories written in the rich, expressive tongue of the North-east's Doric dialect.

£7.99

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HAMEWITH<br>Charles Murray Collected Poems

HAMEWITH
Charles Murray Collected Poems

Aberdeenshire-born Charles Murray (1864 - 1941) was hailed as the most important Scots poet of his generation.

£9.99

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THE  DORIC  NEW  TESTAMENT<br>Translated by Gordon M Hay

THE DORIC NEW TESTAMENT
Translated by Gordon M Hay

Doric is the dialects of the Scots language spoken in the North-east corner of Scotland in what were originally the counties of Moray, Banffshire, Aberdeenshire and Kincardineshire, now the administrative areas of Moray, Aberdeenshire and the City of Aberdeen. 

£12.00

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THE  NEW  TESTAMENT  IN  SCOTS<br>Translated from Greek by William Laughton Lorimer<br>First Published 1983

THE NEW TESTAMENT IN SCOTS
Translated from Greek by William Laughton Lorimer
First Published 1983

“A majestic work of scholarship . . . a notable contribution to our literary and linguistic heritage”

£14.99

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SCOTS  DICTIONARY<br>Gem

SCOTS DICTIONARY
Gem

The perfect wee guide to the Scots language. 

£4.99

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POCKET SCOTS DICTIONARY (Based on the Concise Scots Dictionary)<br>Scottish National Dictionary Association

POCKET SCOTS DICTIONARY (Based on the Concise Scots Dictionary)
Scottish National Dictionary Association

The Pocket Scots Dictionary, based on the Concise Scots Dictionary, provides information on Scots language for the general public and for schools in a compact and user-friendly form.

£9.99

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SCOTS LANGUAGE LEARNER<br>L Colin Wilson

SCOTS LANGUAGE LEARNER
L Colin Wilson

An introduction to contemporary spoken Scots.

£16.99

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SCOTLAND SPEAK<br>Compilation

SCOTLAND SPEAK
Compilation

East, west, north and south, here’s a right good mix of words, phrases, uses . .

£5.99

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SIMPLY SCOTTISH CAKES AND BAKES<br>Karon H Grieve

SIMPLY SCOTTISH CAKES AND BAKES
Karon H Grieve

Scottish baking is comfort food at its very best.   In this delightful book, homecrafts expert, Karon Grieve, has brought together over 50 fabulous bakes for you to make easily at home.

£9.99

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BAKE  WITH  MAW  BROON<br>Assisted by Doreen Culley

BAKE WITH MAW BROON
Assisted by Doreen Culley

Maw Broon has been baking delicious cakes, braw biscuits and perfect pastry for her hungry family for years.

£14.99

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MAW BROON'S BUT AN BEN COOK BOOK<br>Various Contributors

MAW BROON'S BUT AN BEN COOK BOOK
Various Contributors

A cook book for every season, using all the goodness of the land. 

£9.95

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MAW BROON'S COOKING WITH BAIRNS<br>Catherine Brown

MAW BROON'S COOKING WITH BAIRNS
Catherine Brown

Over 40 recipes and techniques to help children learn children how to cook.

£9.95

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ROOM  ON  THE  BROOM IN  SCOTS<br>Julia Donaldson (Translated into Scots by James Robertson)

ROOM ON THE BROOM IN SCOTS
Julia Donaldson (Translated into Scots by James Robertson)

Another classic from Julia Donaldson, translated by James Robertson.   Here's a wee taster:

£6.99

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WHIT  THE  CLOCKLEDDY  HEARD<br>Julia Donaldson (Translated into Scots by James Robertson)

WHIT THE CLOCKLEDDY HEARD
Julia Donaldson (Translated into Scots by James Robertson)

Two sly thieves, one wee ladybird and a whole farmyard of fun!

£6.99

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FIT'S  FOR  SUPPER?<br>Compilation - The Reading Bus, Aberdeen

FIT'S FOR SUPPER?
Compilation - The Reading Bus, Aberdeen

For youngsters everywhere to have a go at making their own supper. 

£9.99

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BURNS  FOR  BAIRNS<br>Compilation - Irving Miller

BURNS FOR BAIRNS
Compilation - Irving Miller

A selection of poems by Robert Burns, suitable for reading and recitation by children of all ages.

£9.00

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THE  GRUFFALO  IN  SCOTS<br>Plus 4 Dialects!<br>(Doric, Dundonian, Orcadian, Shetlandic)

THE GRUFFALO IN SCOTS
Plus 4 Dialects!
(Doric, Dundonian, Orcadian, Shetlandic)

Published by Itchy Coo, and a must for every Scottish bairn (child), the Gruffalo is as appealing in Scots as in English, perhaps more so!   Here's a wee taster from the Scots version . .

£6.99

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THE  GRUFFALO'S  WEAN<br>Julia Donaldson (Translated into Scots by James Robertson)

THE GRUFFALO'S WEAN
Julia Donaldson (Translated into Scots by James Robertson)

Our initial reaction to this book was that it may not sell well in North-east Scotland as the word "wean" isn't used here.   Then we thought that it would be a great way for parents to let their children know that there are three Scots words for child - bairn, wean and littlin!   Here's a wee taster . .

£6.99

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