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by Michael Rosen

Download This Is Not My Nose eBook
ISBN:
0141015837
Author:
Michael Rosen
Category:
Memoirs
Language:
English
Publisher:
Penguin UK (March 2, 2004)
Pages:
96 pages
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1982 kb
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1200 kb
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1289 kb
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Rosen takes the title for his new book of prose poems from Feste, the wise fool in Twelfth Night ("nor this .

Rosen takes the title for his new book of prose poems from Feste, the wise fool in Twelfth Night ("nor this is not my nose, neither. Nothing that is so, is so"). smiled at the good, and frowned at the bad, and sometimes they were very sa.

Michael Rosen's first poetic memoir was almost unreadable in its pain and its loss

Michael Rosen's first poetic memoir was almost unreadable in its pain and its loss. Carrying the Elephant dealt with the sudden death of his teenage son from meningitis, and how he struggled to find his feet in the changed world afterwards. Now, two years later, comes This is Not my Nose: a memoir of illness and recovery, in which Rosen revisits the years of his life when he grew slowly and unknowingly ill and how it felt to be eventually diagnosed and treated.

Michael Rosen was brought up in north London, and studied English at Oxford. Apart from a spell as a trainee at the BBC, he has since made a living as a freelance broadcaster and writer. He is known mostly as a children's poet but his adult volume, Carrying the Elephant, about the death of his son Eddie, was highly acclaimed when published by Penguin in 2002.

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. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. Books by Michael Rosen. Mor. rivia About This Is Not My Nose.

This is the official Michael Rosen video channel. All videos and playlists on this channel have been approved by Michael Rosen and are safe to watch. Who is Michael Rosen? My first book for children was called Mind Your Own Business and it came out in 1974. Quentin Blake did wonderful line drawings for it. Ever since then, I’ve been doing these things: Writing books. Wayne Travis and his mates may not be the greatest footballers in the world but the happy, multi-cultural team of all ages, both sexes and every permutation of colour and faith, certainly knows how to enjoy the great game. But when they are drawn in the first round of the . Cup, things suddenly start to get serious.

A companion volume to Carrying the Elephant, Michael Rosen tells the the story of his undiagnosed illness - a malfunctioning thyroid gland - which turned him into somebody he could hardly recognize: large, lethargic, ill at ease in the world. After 15 years it took just a simple course of drugs to turn him back into the real Mike Rosen.

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This Is Not My Nose, Penguin. Michael Rosen’s Sad Book, illustrated by Quentin Blake, Walker Books. The Michael Rosen Book of Nonsense, illustrated by Clare Mackie, Wayland Macdonald. Tea in the Sugar Bowl, Potato in my Shoe, illustrated by Quentin Blake, Walker Books. Howler, illustrated by Neal Layton, Bloomsbury. Alphabet Poem, illustrated by Herve Tullet, Milet. You Wait Till I’m Older Than You, illustrated by Shoo Rayner, Viking. This Is Our House, illustrated by Bob Graham, Walker Books.

A companion volume to Carrying the Elephant, Michael Rosen tells the the story of his undiagnosed illness - a malfunctioning thyroid gland - which turned him into somebody he could hardly recognize: large, lethargic, ill at ease in the world. After 15 years it took just a simple course of drugs to turn him back into the real Mike Rosen. Painful, funny, scrupulously honest, these are poems that touch the heart but deal with the profoundest matters.