Book Launch: Am Balach Beag a dh’Èisteadh aig Dorsan by Alison Lang
Luath Press invites you to the book launch of Am Balach Beag a dh’Èisteadh aig Dorsan (The Little Boy Who Listened at Doors) by Alison Lang on 20th April.
About Book Launch: Am Balach Beag a dh’Èisteadh aig Dorsan by Alison Lang
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Gaelic writer and translator Alison Lang presents her new book Am Balach Beag a dh'Éisteadh aig Dorsan (The Little Boy Who Listened at Doors), about Tormod and his penchant for hearing stories, whether he is meant to or not.
Introduced and chaired by Shelagh Campbell of the Gaelic Books Council, the event will be followed by a Q&A and book signing opportunity.
Admission is free and all are welcome. Tickets are available from www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/book-launch-am-balach-beag-a-dheisteadh-aig-dorsan-by-alison-lang-tickets-44912879632
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