Sheena Blackhall

Sheena Blackhall is a prize-winning poet and fiction writer and is the author of many collections of short stories and poems written in Doric or North-East Scots. She is Creative Writing Fellow at Aberdeen University's Elphinstone Institute. She has a short story in Pure Ghosters, published by Itchy Coo, and her books include The Singing Bird, Stagwyse (Selected Poems) and Hielanman's Sporran.

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  1. The Doric Gruffalo's Bairn, Julia Donaldson, Translated by Sheena Blackhall

    The Doric Gruffalo's Bairn

    The Gruffalo's Child in Doric Scots

    Julia Donaldson

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    Translated by Sheena Blackhall.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    A cautionary tale about what happens when a small Gruffalo leaves the comfort of its cave and sets off into the dark wood on a wintry night, this is sure to be another big hit in the North-East and with Doric speakers wherever they bide.
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  2. The Doric Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson

    The Doric Gruffalo

    Julia Donaldson

    .
    Translated by Sheena Blackhall.


    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

    £6.99

    Everyones favourite, Julia Donaldson's The Gruffalo is now available in the Doric dialect of Scots, translated by Sheena Blackhall.
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