Rose Blanche by Roberto Innocenti and Ian McEwan

Rose Blanche by Roberto Innocenti and Ian McEwanRose Blanche witnesses an injustice when small boy is treated badly by a soldier and the town’s mayor. She does not understand why he is thrown into the back of a van so she follows it by running through the street to find out where the boy is being taken. Her discovery of children behind barbed wire further increases her unease. As a result of what she saw, Rose begins to steal food and go without food herself in order to keep the children behind the barbed wire alive. One morning the whole town begins to evacuate to escape the conquering Russian Army. But, Rose like the children does not survive.


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I am a passionate reader of children's books (Primary aged) with a particular interest in picture books. I am always on the look out for children's books at are written by authors from other countries. I am also keen on technology and try to keep abreast of what is happening in a fast changing world. At present my day job is to support teachers and local authorities in the Yorkshire and Humber region (UK), which I really enjoy. Another aspect of my work is to present nationally developed work for the National Strategies. With economic cuts my job will terminate in Spring next year and I may be carrying out independent work based around high quality picture books. My other interest include my allotment, knitting and last but not least my family. My Twitter name is Orlama.
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