Scots Dialects

///Scots Dialects
  • A collection of original stories in the Doric dialect of Scots by Deborah Leslie, celebrating the unique character and humour of North-east Scotland. Full description below.
  • Doric Alive an Kickin 2 is Deborah Leslie's second collection of short stories. Full description below.
  • Doric Hale an Hairty is Deborah Leslie's third collection of short stories written in the rich, expressive tongue of the North-east's Doric dialect. Full description below.
  • A wee selection o poetry excerpts, quotes an sic like tae celebrate the 250th anniversary o the birth o Robert Burns. Full description below.
  • Published by Itchy Coo, and a must for every child in North-east Scotland, the Gruffalo is as appealing in Doric as in English, perhaps more so! Full description below.
  • Sequel to the much-loved Gruffalo, a little Gruffalo ignores her father's warnings and wanders out into the deep dark wood in search of the Big Bad Mouse. Full description below.
  • Published by Itchy Coo, and a must for every Orcadian child, the Gruffalo is as appealing in this Scots language dialect, as in English, perhaps more so! Full description below.
  • Sequel to the much-loved Gruffalo, a little Gruffalo ignores her father's warnings and wanders out into the deep dark wood in search of the Big Bad Mouse. Full description below.
  • Published by Itchy Coo, and a must for every Orcadian child, the Gruffalo is as appealing in this Scots language dialect, as in English, perhaps more so! Full description below.
  • Published by Itchy Coo, and a must for every Shetlandic child, the Gruffalo is as appealing in this Scots language dialect, as in English, perhaps more so! Full description below.
  • Doric is the dialect 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. Full description below.