Inbhir Nis: A colouring book

Inbhir Nis: A Colouring Book – colour in the beautiful illustrations and read about the city in Scottish Gaelic – a fun and quirky Inverness colouring book for children.

Here are some comments from the Gaelic Books Council competition judges about our Gaelic colouring books:

“A lovely idea – this would be great for the summer holidays.”

“Quite simple, easy to follow. The wee one loved the pictures.”

“The QR code is a nice touch and it worked! Great to hear such lovely Gaelic on the audio.”

“There are extra wee activities too and lots of detail in the illustrations, so you can ask your child about what they see.”

“I might keep this book and colour it in myself instead of giving it to my kids!”

Join Eilidh and Angus the dog as they go exploring the city and its surroundings. From Inverness Cathedral to Glen Affric, Ness Islands to Clava Cairns, the Botanic Gardens to Chanonry Point, you can read about their adventures in Gaelic as well as English. The drawings are ideal for children or adults to colour. This is an Inverness colouring book with the added bonus of Gaelic. You can listen to the Gaelic being spoken below … 

Listen to the Gaelic being spoken …

Illustrations by Elfreda Crehan

Gaelic by Catriona Murray

32 pages, paperback, 205mm x 225mm, £6.99, ISBN 9781904737605

This title is book number four in the Colourful Languages series. Take a look at the other colouring books – Edinburgh: A Colouring Book (in Scots), Colour My Zoo (with French) and Round the Glasgow Underground (with Gaelic).

Sample pages