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Matthew Fitt

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Matthew Fitt

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    Susan Rennie has worked on several Scots language reference projects and created print, CD and web materials in Scots for children, including The Electronic Scots School Dictionary (1998) and (co-authored) the Grammar Broonie (2000).
    14th August 2006

    Katie's Moose: A Keek-a-boo Book for Wee Folk

    Where's Katie's moose? There it is noo. Keek-a-boo! See that wee moose Runnin roon the hoose. Where's Katie's bear? Ther... More

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    27th March 2006

    Wee Moose in the Hoose: a Scots Counting Book

    "Wee Moose in the Hoose" is a Scots book of numbers that will give endless amusement to bairns and adults alike. Matthew... More

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    26th June 2007

    Katie's Ferm: A Hide-and-Seek Book for Wee Folk

    Katie visits her grandparents' farm and goes in search of the mischievous cat Tam, who keeps one step ahead of her all t... More

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    18th November 2003

    A Moose in the Hoose: A Scots Counting Book

    This colourful counting book will keep young minds busy for hours, counting up the coos and dugs, bubblyjocks and the he... More

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    13th May 2008

    Mini Katie's Coo: Scots Rhymes for Wee Folk

    Katie Bairdie had a coo, Black and white aboot the mou. Wasna that a dainty coo? Dance, Katie Bairdie."Mini Katie's Coo"... More

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    5th August 2002

    The Hoose o Haivers

    Loosely based on the Metamorphoses poems of Ovid, The House o Haivers retells some of the best-known, as well as some le... More

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    24th October 2005

    Hercules: Bampots and Heroes

    Zeus, high-held-yin o the gods and held-bummer o the universe, had a son and he cawed this son Hercules...So begins Matt... More

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    8th December 2003

    The Smoky Smirr O Rain: A Scots Anthology

    This packed anthology contains a vast selection of literature in Scots. From the Renaissance makars to contemporary auth... More

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    1st August 1999

    Grammar Broonie: A Guide Tae Scots Grammar

    What is odd about the phrase Scots wha hae? Why do you say you've got the cold in Scots? Is there a difference between... More

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