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Book Launch: Yum by Susi Briggs - Part of Edinburgh Tradfest 2024

Join Susi Briggs for stories in the cosy Storytelling Court to celebrate the launch of her new book Yum, illustrated by Charlotte Brayley and published by Foggie Toddle Books.

Book Launch: Yum by Susi Briggs - Part of Edinburgh Tradfest 2024

About Book Launch: Yum by Susi Briggs - Part of Edinburgh Tradfest 2024

Come awa in and get nice and cosy, sit yersel doon and Susi will tell ye a story!
Jenny wis just aboot tae drink her juice when up popped a hungry moose!

In this gentle story aboot sharing, a wee lassie is suddenly joined fer lunch by a moose, a craw and a hairy oobit who have all seen her yummy cheese and lettuce piece! Will she share it?

Join Susi for stories in the cosy Storytelling Court to celebrate the launch of her new book Yum, illustrated by Charlotte Brayley and published by Foggie Toddle Books. It is an exciting introduction tae Scots Language for wee ones.

Susi Briggs is a listed author, poet and storyteller. She co-hosts the original story and sang show Oor Wee Podcast wi Alan McClure. Susi is author of shortlisted Bairns’ Books o the Year Nip Nebs, Nip Nebs and the Last Berry and Wheesht. All her original stories and poems are in Scots because Susi wants the next generation to see that Scots language is as beautiful and valid as any other on this bonny birlin planet.

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