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Ás a’ Chamhanaich

A dozen tales of creatures magical and human, worlds strange and familiar, fantasy and a touch of horror. Debut Gaelic-language graphic novel from Cape Breton author-artist Angus MacLeod.

Ás a’ Chamhanaich Audiobook

A dozen tales of creatures magical and human, worlds strange and familiar, fantasy and a touch of horror. Gaelic graphic novel audiobook read aloud by author-artist Angus MacLeod.

Dorsan

The second Gaelic graphic novel of eldritch horror & fantasy short stories from Cape Breton author-artist Angus MacLeod

Fàilte!

This colouring book offers a wealth of Gaelic phrases and traditional proverbs, intricately decorated with flowers, foliage, birds, and beasts and ready to colour.

G airson Gàidheal

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

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.

Out of the Twilight

A dozen tales of creatures magical and human, worlds strange and familiar, fantasy and a touch of horror. First-ever English translation of the debut graphic novel from Cape Breton author-artist Angus MacLeod.

Ròs Fiadhaich

Set against the backdrop of London and rural Ireland in 1790, the graphic novel Ròs Fiadhaich (Wild Rose) reimagines a haunting Irish folktale.

Tartans of Eastern Canada

This book catalogues the tartans of Gaelic & Scottish families, military units, organizations and more in eastern Canada.