Ossiri and the Bala Mengro by Richard O'Neill, Katharine Quarmby
  

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro

Written by Richard O'Neill, Katharine Quarmby
Illustrated by Hannah Tolson
Part of the Child's Play Library Series

Synopsis

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro by Richard O'Neill, Katharine Quarmby

A Traveller girl creates her own musical instrument from a willow branch and lots of recycled objects. She plays it enthusiastically, but it sounds terrible! Ignoring warnings not to awaken the ogre in the hills, Ossiri goes there to practise playing her instrument. Will she wake the ogre, and will it appreciate her playing? Told by a Romani storyteller and a picture book author, this original tale offers a fascinating insight into Travelling lifestyles and cultures.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Richard O'Neill, Katharine Quarmby
More books by Richard O'Neill, Katharine Quarmby

Publisher

Child's Play (International) Ltd an imprint of Child's Play International Ltd

Publication date

1st June 2016

ISBN

9781846439247


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