Ossiri and the Bala Mengro

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro

Richard O'Neill Katharine Quarmby Hannah Tolson / Jul 20, 2019

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro 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

  • Title: Ossiri and the Bala Mengro
  • Author: Richard O'Neill Katharine Quarmby Hannah Tolson
  • ISBN: 9781846439247
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 bookA 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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    1. This review was originally posted on As Told By TinaOssiri and the Bala Mengro is a story of Traveling Storytellers. The story takes place in the UK and follows Ossiri and her family travel from place to place. Ossiri is interested in learning to play music but because her family is traveling storytellers they don’t have the money to buy her a new instrument. Ossiri goes on to recycle different materials to create an instrument. She’s not very good at playing the first time but continues to [...]


    2. Ossiri, a Traveler or Romani girl who loves music and is proud of the tinkering she does to help the family recycle, mend, alter, and sell goods as they travel, decides to make her own musical instrument, since they can’t afford to buy one. When playing her hand-made “Tattin Django” hurts people’s ears, she goes to a hilltop to play it, and accidentally awakens the Bala Mengro - a giant, hairy beast-like person who loves her music. In folktale fashion, he rewards her, but not the thief w [...]


    3. From a well-known storyteller who grew up in a large Romani family, a well-known writer in Great Britain and an artist also from Great Britain comes a story of Ossiri, a young girl “traveler” or “Romani”. “Travelers do not have homes, but move their homes in carts or trailers, scavenging and making use of discards. You may know them as “gypsies”. This story is one handed down through generations. A young girl loves music so much, and there is no money for one so she creates her own [...]


    4. A story from the heart, OSSIRI AND THE BALA MENGRO shows us what the true meaning of passion is. In this case, it is playing music no matter how great the sound. Written by Richard O'Neill, Katharine Quarmby, illustrated by Hannah Tolson and published by Child's Play, UK. #tale #travelers #humor #heart #music


    5. Ossiri is part of a family that travels and repairs broken items for sale. She loves music but her family says she can not make a living at music. She creates an instrument everyone says is horrible sounding but can she find someone who like sit? loved the ending elementary or one on one for length and concept.


    6. This fable is unlike any other I have ever read. The illustrations and the text pair beautifully in this text, and the story will inspire readers to attempt their own ogre quelling instrument playing. Great for investigation of what is really important in the world of music and financial gain.



    7. Traditional tales from other cultures are always so important to share with children. This one was engaging for me as well.


    8. This is the only book I've ever read from the point of view of the Romani (known to outsiders as gypsies). This is also a great book about recycling (which the Romani have been doing for centuries)



    9. I did not know about the Romani people until reading this story. I appreciate that a Romani storyteller shares a tale about playing music "from the heart, not for gain."


    10. What a fun story, & what a great way to learn about a culture that most people only know in misconceptions. I also love the messages of making do, reusing, practicality, & following your passion.



    11. This picture book from the United Kingdom tells a story that was likely passed down from generations. Travelers, who once were known as Gypsies, move from place to place according to their particular needs and the seasons. They are particularly adept at reclaiming and refurbishing materials that others have thrown out. Ossiri loves music and longs to share her love for it with others. When her father tells her that he cannot afford a new instrument for her, she ingeniously fashions her own and c [...]


    12. From this blog post:Ossiri and the Bala Mengro from Child's Play Books is a delightful yarn of the Travelers (as Romani are called in the UK). Penned by Romani Richard O'Neill and Katharine Quarmby with charming illustrations by Hannah Tolson this is both an entertaining tale and a book that gives a good sense of the Traveler life.


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