Children’s Books

Anna Ruadh

The first-ever translation of the Canadian classic Anne of Green Gables into Scottish Gaelic

Biorachan Beag agus Biorachan Mór

In this traditional Scottish Gaelic tale, Big Biorachan sets out to teach his greedy friend Little Biorachan a lesson, unleashing a chain of unintended consequences.

Biorachan Beag agus Biorachan Mòr (GOC)

In this traditional Scottish Gaelic tale, Big Biorachan sets out to teach his greedy friend Little Biorachan a lesson, unleashing a chain of unintended consequences.

G airson Gàidheal

The Gaelic-language edition of G is for Gael, available in both GOC and Nova Scotia orthography editions.

G comme Gaël

Une première étape pour les enfants et les adultes qui souhaitent découvrir et comprendre l'histoire, la culture et l'identité gaéliques en Nouvelle-Écosse.

G is for Gael

A children’s picture book in English celebrating Gaelic language, culture, and identity in Nova Scotia by educator Shelayne Hanson, illustrated by Etta Moffatt

Iain of New Scotland

Thirteen-year-old Iain is homesick for the Highlands of Scotland. It’s 1773, and his family has just arrived in Nova Scotia on the Hector...but how will they survive?

Luran agus a’ Mhaighdeann-mhara

In this Cape Breton Gaelic tale, Luran is a farmer and fisherman with a problem: the fairies keep stealing his cows. One day when out fishing, he meets a mermaid... (NS Gaelic ed.)

Luran agus a’ Mhaighdeann-mhara (GOC)

In this Cape Breton Gaelic tale, Luran is a farmer and fisherman with a problem: the fairies keep stealing his cows. One day when out fishing, he meets a mermaid... (GOC ed.)

Luran and the Mermaid

In this Cape Breton Gaelic tale, Luran is a farmer and fisherman with a problem: the fairies keep stealing his cows. One day when out fishing, he meets a mermaid... (English ed.)

Mòr-thubaist aig na Geamannan Gàidhealach

In the Gaelic translation of Disaster at the Highland Games, by award-winning Atlantic Canadian author Riel Nason, a Highland dancer's misstep sets off a hilarious chain of events across the whole Highland Games.