Ceitidh Hutton/C C Hutton writer of awarding winning Gaelic Children's books and English contemporary women's fiction
Grumpa Nollaig is available now at Comhairle nan Leabhraichean/The Gaelic Books Council below or e-mail me directly.
New for Christmas 2022
Tha 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?
A colourful festive story filled with warmth and humour.
Published by Dealan-dè
ISBN 987 1 7399745 1 0
Gàidhlig Children's books are available from Comhairle Nan Leabhraichean (The Gaelic Books Council) or order from your local bookshop
The feel-good, fun, Blàs series. If you like reading about Scotland and light-hearted heartwarming communities these are for you
Heartwarming Sarah Lumb
Available at your local bookshop or online
What readers have said
"A charming Highland tale full of community, warmth and some wicked comedy"
"REALLY enjoyed reading this. Loved the sense of friendship, community, and belonging.!"
"If you like MC Beaton you will like this"
Looking forward to Blàs Three!
"A gentle ride through the highland year sure to charm anyone with a taste for quirky, idiosyncratic human stories."
Humour is never far way
Enjoyable and uplifting Alex MCKeachan
Reviews and more information can be found under 'books'
Available to order from your local bookshop or online. Also available as an ebook
Blàs Across the Machair due out summer 20
About the Author
Ceitidh Hutton/CC Hutton
Awarding-winning writer of Gaelic children’s picture books and writer of English Scottish women’s contemporary fiction with a dash of Gaelic, a large sprinkling of humour, and a wee drop of Scots. Ceitidh was also short-listed for an unpublished story in the 2020 Gaelic Literacy Awards.
Blàs is a multi-generational, feel-good, series following loveable characters set in the rural Highlands. Blàs Across the Machair will be released in early summer 2023
Ceitidh who is both dyslexic and dyspraxia is registered with the Scottish Book Live Literacy Programme and is the secretary for the Society of Authors in Scotland (SoAiS). When not involved in writing she delivers Gaelic Bookbugs in various settings around the Highlands. Family, dog walking, tea, and cake (but not necessarily in that order) also play an important role in her life. She still promotes Gaelic when she can.
She can be contacted on the contact page on this site or through her social media below