G is for Gael

G is for Gael: An Alphabet of Nova Scotia’s Gaelic Culture, written by Shelayne Hanson and illustrated by Etta Moffatt.

Written in English, with a Gaelic vocabulary word on each page.

Published by Bradan Press, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

 

$14.99

G is for Gael: An Alphabet of Nova Scotia’s Gaelic Culture, written by Shelayne Hanson and illustrated by Etta Moffatt. Fàilte means “welcome”—welcome to the world of Nova Scotia’s Gaelic culture! This alphabet book is a first step for children and adults looking to understand and connect with Gaelic history, culture, and identity in Nova Scotia. Through joyful illustrations and creative concepts, readers will have the opportunity to explore and celebrate what it means to be a Gael. This book is for children, teachers, parents, grandparents, and anyone who wants to learn more about Gaelic language and culture in Nova Scotia. 32 pages. Written in English, with a Gaelic vocabulary word on each page. Published by Bradan Press, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia  

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G is for Gael: An Alphabet of Nova Scotia’s Gaelic Culture, written by Shelayne Hanson and illustrated by Etta Moffatt. Fàilte means “welcome”—welcome to the world of Nova Scotia’s Gaelic culture! This alphabet book is a first step for children and adults looking to understand and connect with Gaelic history, culture, and identity in Nova Scotia. Through joyful illustrations and creative concepts, readers will have the opportunity to explore and celebrate what it means to be a Gael. This book is for children, teachers, parents, grandparents, and anyone who wants to learn more about Gaelic language and culture in Nova Scotia. 32 pages. Written in English, with a Gaelic vocabulary word on each page. Published by Bradan Press, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia