Scottish Gaelic Language Books
- Add to BasketCogadh Ruaridh - - Paperback
Iain MacLean's 'Cogadh Ruaridh' is an account of the first day of the Battle of the Somme through the eyes and the experiences of a Highland soldier, Ruaridh, and his two friends.
- Add to BasketDìleab Ailein - - Hbk. + CD
This text discusses the history and traditions of a community of Scottish Gaels who emigrated from the Isle of Canna and Moidart in the 19th century and settled in the Codroy Valley, Newfoundland.
- Add to BasketCocoa And Crabs / Còco is Crùbagan: A Hebridean Childhood - - Pbk. + CD
An evocative account in Gaelic and English of Flora MacDonald;s idyllic childhood memories of growing up in a remote and long-deserted part of eastern Benbecula in the 1940s and 50s.
- Add to BasketAn Leabhar Mòr - Hardback
This work brings together more than 150 poets, visual artists, calligraphers and typographers from Ireland and Scotland. New poetry and visual artwork was commissioned to form this major artwork in the form of visual anthology.
- Add to BasketHiort: Far Na Laigh A' Ghrian - - Paperback
The author provides a Gaelic version of his work for readers to understand the heritage and culture of this remote settlement off the northwest coast of Scotland.
- Add to BasketSgàile Is Solas: Lasting Traces - Mingulay to Scarp - - Paperback
Robert Adam, the renowned Scottish photographer, first started taking photographs in the Western Isles at the age of 20. He went on to produce richly textured images of landscape, often in relation to sea & sky. This book of his photographs in Barra, Mingulay & Scarp captures a lasting atmosphere both on its own & of the inhabitants.
- Add to BasketSnìomh Nan Dual - - Paperback
John Murray, in this volume, provides the Scottish and wider public with six of his premier Gaelic plays. They have been variously described as combinations of humour and pathos, with broody silences and sparse utterances using powerful and clever writing.
- Add to BasketFoghlam Tro Mheadhan Na Gàidhlig - Paperback
This edition gives an account of how Scottish schools and local authorities manage GME, with practitioners outlining the variety of methodological, financial and practical issues, which confront them in rural and in urban areas. It addresses the linguistic, educational and political challenges, which face Gaelic medium education.
- Add to BasketSgeulachdan And Da Shaoghail Ann An Ceithir Litrichean - - Paperback
The 'Sandstone Meanmnach' series is aimed at advanced Gaelic learners as well as accomplished readers. Recognising that most readers come from an English language background the books open with an introduction from the author that will contextualise and lead into the story.
- Add to BasketDuanaire Na Sracaire: Anthology Of Scotland's Gaelic Verse To 1600 - Paperback
This anthology includes a huge range of rich and diverse poetry and explains the thought-world that lies behind these poems, placing them in their historical context. All poems appear in facing-page translations which capture the spirit and beauty of the originals.
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