Meet Us at Beetroot Sauvage!

We’re really looking forward to doing a reading and activity event this Saturday (4th August 2018) at a lovely cafe in Edinburgh called Beetroot Sauvage.  We’ll be there from 11am with our Beltie stories and fun activities. Shalla used to live in Edinburgh so is really looking forward to going back to the city. And […]

Counting Down to New Book Launch

We’re delighted that the new book from storyteller Sandy McKnight is about to go to the printer! Shalla has been busy creating the most wonderful pen and ink drawings to illustrate the book and her incredible pointillism technique means that they reflect hours of intensive work. But they’re worth it and the finished book will […]

Competition Time

Woop Woop! We’re celebrating gaining 1000 likes on our facebook page with a great competition. You have a chance to win one of four lovely books by just commenting on the post. Why not take a look and you can keep up to date with events and news by liking the page. Just follow the […]

Nip Nebs Trail at the Big Lit Festival

The fabulous Nip Nebs interactive story trail will be part of the fabulous annual Big Lit Festival in Gatehouse of Fleet this April (2018). Storyteller Susi Briggs and Ruthie Redden will be leading an exciting trail exploring the enchanting world created by Nip Nebs (Jack Frost). Help Ruthie find the pixies while diddle daddling with […]

Busy Time for Nip Nebs Team

It’s been a busy weekend for the Nip Nebs author and illustrator Susi Briggs and Ruthie Redden. They were at Waterstones in Dumfries for most of Saturday due to popular demand! They met lots of lovely people who are so enthusiastic about this little book in Scots. We’re getting great feedback from teachers who see […]

First Book Signing Event for Nip Nebs’ duo.

First time author Susi Briggs and illustrator Ruthie Redden were captured on camera seeing their book for the first time. The friends had been working on the idea of the picture book for four years and were thinking they would have to self publish using crowd funding because of the story being in Scots. But […]