A Braw Brew
Originally published in 1997, A Braw Brew has proved to be enormously popular with young folk throughout Scotland. Ranging from the traditional tales of Stanley Robertson and James McGonigal; sea faring adventures with Theresa Breslin and virtual-reality football with Michael Fitt; to the contemporary issues of drugs, identity and the National Lottery in the stories of Sheena Blackhall, Sheila Douglas and Dauvit Alexander.
Scots Language Resource Centre Association Ltd. t/a Scots Language Centre, A.K. Bell Library, York Place, Perth, Scotland PH2 8EP
Registered in Scotland as an Industrial & Provident Society No. 2451R(S). Scottish Charity No. SCO21747
Scots Language in Scotland's Census 2011 | Shetland and Orcadian Scots dialect | Caithness Scots dialect | North East Doric Scots dialect | East central Scots dialects | Angus and Tayside Scots Dialect | Galloway Scots Dialect | West Central Scots Dialect | Borders Scots Dialect | Ulster Scots Dialect | Scotch language | Scots leid | Scottish Language | Ulster Scots Dialect |