Wee Stoorie Press
We jist learnt aboot iss braw wee beukies an wintit tae share thim wi ye - thir nae Doric bit they're written in anither dialect o Scots. We think they're rare. Here's a bittie aboot thim fae e fowks thimsels: We just learned about these lovely books and wanted to share them with you - they are not Doric but they are written in another dialect of Scots. We think they are wonderful. Here's a little bit about them by the publishers themselves:
Wee Stoorie Press was awarded the Scots Language Publishing Award 2021 which allowed it to publish its first book series - The Fower tales o Phantom.
Phantom the ginger mog, is a lovable flying cat who glides, flips and swoops throughout the seasons (one for each of the four books) in search of delicious grub, good company and craic, along with a huge helping of mayhem and fun on the way.
These gentle tales are beautifully written in Scots by Kirsty Johnson with full colour illustrations by Mandy Sinclair. The Phantom books come with a glossary for wee ones and their grown-ups to help along the way.