The Itchy Coo Book of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales in Scots

; James Robertson (Redaktør) ; Matthew Fitt (Redaktør) ; Emma Chichester Clark (Illustratør) ; Julia Donaldson (Introduksjon)

Welcome to the wonderful fairytale world of Hans Christian Andersen . . . retold for
today's children in Scots for the very first time.

This classic collection brings together nine favourite stories, from the fun and humour
of the proud Emperor with his splendid new clothes, to the gentle sadness of the Little
Mermaid. Les mer
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Om boka

Welcome to the wonderful fairytale world of Hans Christian Andersen . . . retold for
today's children in Scots for the very first time.

This classic collection brings together nine favourite stories, from the fun and humour
of the proud Emperor with his splendid new clothes, to the gentle sadness of the Little
Mermaid. With a colourful cast of witches, princesses, toys and animals, this rich and
varied collection is guaranteed to delight and entertain readers young and old.

Emma Chichester Clark's glorious illustrations bring the tales vividly to life, making this
book a joy to share and a gift to treasure.

Featured stories:
* The Princess and the Pea, translated vt Elaine C. Smith
* The Ugly Duckling, translated by Shane Strachan
* The Tinderbox, translated by Thomas Clark
* The Little Match Girl, translated by James Robertson
* The Emperor's New Clothes, translated by Val McDermid
* The Tin Soldier, translated by Matthew Fitt
* The Swineherd, translated by Susi Briggs
* The Nightingale, translated by Ashley Douglas
* The Little Mermaid, translated by Sheena Blackall

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Om forfatteren

James Robertson is a co-founder of Itchy Coo. He writes books for both adults and children, in English and in Scots. His novel The Testament of Gideon Mack was long-listed for the Man Booker Prize in 2006. For Itchy Coo he has translated Roald Dahl's The Fantastic Mr Fox and A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh into Scots. Matthew Fitt has represented Itchy Coo at the United Nations and Tartan Week in New York. He has provided advice and information on the Scots Language to the Scottish Government, Council of Europe, British Council, Learning & Teaching Scotland, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Education, General Teaching Council, Literature Forum for Scotland and at national and international conferences. Matthew is currently Secretary of UK EBLUL (European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages).