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Michael Rosen


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Michael Rosen, a recent British Children’s Laureate, has written many acclaimed books for children, including WE'RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, and I’M NUMBER ONE and THIS IS OUR HOUSE, both illustrated by Bob Graham. Michael Rosen lives in London.

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Now we know what History is...

 For a week

we've had a lesson in

history.

Correction:we've had a lesson on 'what is history'.For a weekthere has been space(quite a lot of space, actually)for people to tell us that what we've been looking at ishistoryor that it'shistoryin the makingor that it's one of the most important events we'll ever see inhistory.That's a lot of people for a long timetelling us,what ishistory.It seems that w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2022 03:22
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Quotes by Michael Rosen  (?)
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“This is me being sad.
Maybe you think I'm being happy in this picture. Really I'm being sad but pretending I'm being happy. I'm doing that because I think people won't like me if I look sad.”
Michael Rosen

“... it's impossible to write the whole, true story of anything. We always leave things out. We quite often put things in. Sometimes, no matter how hard we try not to, we change things. We tell the story in our own way, which might not be the same way someone else would tell it.”
Michael Rosen, Fantastic Mr Dahl

“dignity” is a term for, as we would now put it, something’s intrinsic value—the value that it has by occupying its appropriate place within God’s creation,”
Michael Rosen, Dignity: Its History and Meaning



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