From Robert Burns to J K Rowling, discover unique National Library of Scotland resources focusing on language and literature - English, Gaelic, Scots and modern languages.
The thirty-nine steps — 100 years on' explores some of the themes in John Buchan's famous 'shocker'
The 'Witches in Scottish literature' resource looks at a selection of writing that has been inspired by and features witches
Our resource on Christopher Rush's 'A twelvemonth and a day' looks at different aspects of writing and interpretation through source material and video interviews with the author
'Fairy tales' learning resource for primary school teachers which includes activities for creative writing, storytelling, drama and art and design
'Getting started with Shakespeare' looks at a selection of characters, scenes and sonnets to help pupils get started in reading and understanding some of Shakespeare's work