Doric Scots Books
- Add to BasketBuchan Claik: The Saat And The Glaar O't - - Paperback
Although Buchan Claik is presented alphabetically, it is more than a dictionary. It is a hoard of words, sayings, proverbs, rhymes and reminiscences from the North-East of Scotland.
- Add to BasketDash O Doric - One For The Road - - Paperback
In this book, the third in the perennially popular Dash o Doric series, Robbie Shepherd and Norman Harper continue their fascinating tour of the wit and wisdom of the North-East, showing that the wells of humour in this part of Scotland are far from dry.
This sequel to Teach yourself Doric provides a course in the dialect for the more advanced student. The extracts used are drawn from North-east literature, covering several regional areas and many different periods of time.
Ever been lost for words or just completely mystified by what you hear? This is a new series of pocket books designed to introduce some of the wealth of the spoken and written word in Scotland to those who may not be familiar with them.
- Add to BasketFit Like Yer Majesty?: A Book Of Doric Poems - Paperback
'Fit Like Yer Majesty?' is a joyful celebration of the culture and linguistic heritage of North East Scotland that will bring pleasure to readers of all ages.
“Thousands” (well, over 1,250!) of proverbs, sayings and rhymes from the North-east of Scotland, encapsulating much of the culture, language and humour of the area.
- Add to BasketMagic Mo-Ments - - Paperback
'Magic Moments' is a selection of some of the best of journalist Moreen Simpson's columns from the 'Evening Express' newspaper in Aberdeen. For more than a decade, Moreen's Friday night 'ramblings', as she calls them - peppered with her native Doric dialect - have been delighting readers.
- Add to BasketRobbie Shepherd's Doric Columns - - Paperback
A collection of over 50 of Robbie's 'Press and Journal' columns, this book showcases Robbie's wry observation and humour expressed in the Doric tongue.