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Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 100 pages
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DescriptionFor her second book with Chipmunka, Rosealine Allen presents this unusual musical script. 'Blue' poses an interesting theme, spread over several decades. Starting from the mid 1960s this unique play documents the highs and lows of some of Britain's first black immigrants. Some will agree it is an accurate representation of the lives of certain members of the black community. What will you think? About the AuthorRosealine Allen was born in May 1967 in London. She is a black woman born to West Indian immigrant parents. She spent her early years moving between grim council estates in East London. At Polytechnic she studied psychology and she is now training to be a teacher on the Graduate Teacher Programme. Rosealine currently lives in Basildon, Essex. Whether Rosie's troubled youth was typical of a Black British girl growing up in the seventies, she cannot say, but she does believe the problems that existed between her parents and her were common for West Indians families at that time.

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Page 11 - ... different positions. 2. With two people, one grows upwards, the other outwards — then change places. Keep returning to a low position. SPRING - ANIMALS Ideas include growing . . . frogs — use a tambourine or voice sounds. Introduction Hopping and leaping movements. Movement training 1. 'Jelly on the plate, Jelly on the plate, Wibble, wobble, Wibble, wobble, Jelly on the plate.

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