C. C. HUTTON
Fàilte/welcome to my Gaelic books page.
All books are written totally in Scottish Gaelic. You can access all my books through the Gaelic Books Council or contact me direct. Grumpa books are also available as e-books, links below.
If you are a learner or learner parent then the Broc books are great for simple phrases. You can just use a couple of sentences you are familiar with throughout the books to enjoy with your children or read them as written if you are more confident.
All Gàidhlig print books are available for the Gaelic Books Council
Or contact me on my contact page
ISBN 978 1 7399745 1 0
Tha an Nollaig a' tighinn agus tha Brìde san ospadal. An tig Bodach na Nollaig fhathast?
Christmas is coming and Brìde is in the hospital will Father Christmas still come?
Available at your local bookshop, contact me or from the Gaelic Book Council here
GRUMPA AGUS NA NÀBAIDHEAN ÙRA.
Cha tomhais thu gu bràth cò ghluais dhan taigh ri taobh Grumpa. You will never guess who has moved next door to Grumpa!
GRUMPA AGUS AN LATHA FUAIMNEACH
Abair othail! what a noise coming from the house next door. All Grumpa wants is a bit of peace and quite. But where can he find this ? Will be enjoyed by both young and independent readers 4-8. WINNER OF LEABHAR NA BLIADHNA (CLANN) 2019 AT THE ROYAL NATIONAL MOD
Available also as an e-book
IBOOK KOBO AMAZON
GRUMPA 'AM BODACH BUSACH'
An e duine crabat, busach a th'ann an Grumpa? Is Grumpa really a crabat, grumpy old man or is it just what others think. Read what happens when a ball is kicked into his beautiful garden. Suitable for reader of Scottish Gaelic 6-8 and will be enjoyed by younger children along with their parents
Available also as an e-book
Oidhche shònraichte ann an Alba; Hogmanay, a special night in Scotland. Follow Cormac on his musical first footing adventure with his parents. Suitable for 4-8 year olds and their parents of course.
Thàinig an ceò agus Ruairidh is Rob a' cluich a-muigh'; Ruairidh and Rob run outside to play when the fog comes down on Halloween. Explore the old traditions through this lovely story. Suitable for 4-8 year olds.
CALUM AGUS A CHARAIDEAN
Is toigh le Calum a bhith a' cluich a-muigh; Calum likes to play outside but he is unwell. Eventually, Calum is allowed up and he goes outside to play hide and seek with his friends. Less fluent readers can pick out a few sentences and still follow this story.
RONA AGUS A CARAIDEAN
Tha ceithir caraidean aig Rona; Rona has four friends, follow them as they celebrate, a birthday, Easter and Christmas
MARC AM BROC A'SGIOBLACHADH
Cò leis idir a bha an suth a lorg Marc a-muigh? Who does all the stuff that Marc finds belong too. This beautifully illustrated book is in black and white and can be coloured or is just perfect the way it is. It gives the learner and parent the chance to practice Cò leis a tha ....? Who does this belong to? In a fun and enjoyable story. Suitable for learners and young children.
BROC ANN AN CNOC
Chi sibh na prìomh chreutairean san stòiridh; you will see the principal animals in the story in this colourfully picture book. Broc is not sure what he is or what his name is until his friends help him. A good opportunity to share a book with everyday phrases with your child (special focus on 's e). Suitable for learners and young children.