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  • Arcos Publishers An Caisteal fon Mhuir
  • Arcos Publishers An Caisteal fon Mhuir
  • Arcos Publishers An Caisteal fon Mhuir
  • Arcos Publishers An Caisteal fon Mhuir
  • Arcos Publishers An Caisteal fon Mhuir
  • Arcos Publishers An Caisteal fon Mhuir

An Caisteal fon Mhuir

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Scottish Gaelic novel for false beginners. Calum hunts seals in order to pay his debts. Until one seal disappears, with Calum's knife still in him.

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Calum is a fisherman, but he earns hardly enough to make a living for himself and his father, let alone to pay the loans for his house and boat. When he meets a man who makes a lot of money from the sale of seal skins, he decides to become a seal hunter too. All seems to go well, until one day, a seal disappears, with Calum’s knife still in him.

Gaelic language learner literature

This novel is part of the Arcos Series of Gaelic folk tales for beginning and intermediate language learners. With a limited vocabulary and a strong focus on high frequency verbs and  language structures, these short novels make the Scottish Gaelic language and folk tale culture easily accessible to learners. Enjoy reading!

Contains an extended and optimized Gaelic-English glossary. This glossary helps you to understand the story more easily and spend less time looking up words.

“A great read! It’s a beautiful story and I managed to understand a lot of it without using the glossary.”

Jason Bond
Author Jason Bond
Year of publication 2023
Number of pages 84 (including glossary)
ISBN 9789490824808
Illustrated by Tamara Magruder

The rating of this product is 5 out of 5

Sanne Voorbij |

A very good read. Great follow-up story on Ròna agus MacCodruim. Difficulty wise it's definitely inbetween Ròna agus MacCodruim and Deirdre agus an Rìgh. It was very doable for me, I finished it within 1 day and had to look up about 3 words per page. Moran taing!

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