12 Days o Yule A Scots Christmas Rhyme
Written by Susan Rennie
Illustrated by Matthew Land
Part of the Picture Kelpies: Traditional Scottish Tales Series
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12 Days o Yule A Scots Christmas Rhyme by Susan RennieOn the 1st day o Yuletide, My true luve gied tae me, A reid robin in a rowan tree. Take a deep breath and prepare for a journey through all twelve days of Yuletide with a cast of skaters skooshin, lassies birlin, sheep a-shooglin and the all-important five gowden rings. The stunningly beautiful illustrations bring this Scots version of the ever-popular Christmas song to life in vivid detail. Inspired by the traditional verse, this adaptation features easy-to-understand (and pronounce) Scots words and creatures, including hoolets (owls) and bonnie doos (beautiful doves). Perfect for children and parents to read and sing along to, throughout the festive season.
'Susan Rennie's The Twelve Days of Yule, illustrated by Matthew Land is a strictly Scottish version which introduces Scots words such as hoolets for owls and a new refrain that goes An a reid robin in a rowan tree . The Scots words are easy to pronounce and fun to say making this a version that is perfect for all to join in and chant together.'
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