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Yokki and the Parno Gry (Child's Play Library)



By: Richard O'Neill(Author) Katharine Quarmby(Author) Marieke Nelissen(Illustrator)

Language: English

Genre: Children's Books

Publisher: Child's Play (International) Ltd; UK ed. edition (1 Jun. 2016)

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The original title of the book: Yokki and the Parno Gry (Child's Play Library)

When a Traveller family experiences a run of bad luck, an imaginative boy called Yokki lifts their spirits with tales of a magical white horse. A traditional Traveller-family folk tale which inspires hope and celebrates creativity. Told by a Romani storyteller together with a picture book author to positively reflect Travelling cultures.

Richard O Neill was born and brought up in a large traditional Romani family in the North of England. He is an award-winning storyteller and writer who tells his original stories in schools, museums, libraries and theatres throughout the UK. A sixth generation storyteller, he grew up in a vigorous oral storytelling tradition, learning his skills from some of the best Traveling storytellers in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Richard is the author of eleven children s books, and his stories and plays have been broadcast on BBC Radio. His digital stories have been enjoyed throughout the world, and in 2013, he was the recipient of the National Literacy Hero award.

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  • By Sonja Smrekar on 1 July 2017

    Awesome story! Bought this after attending a talk by the author, Mr. O'Neill, yesterday - books arrived today! My 4yo daughter absolutely loves it, have read it 3x in a row. We chatted about the gypsy lifestyle and culture a bit - predictably, she now wants to go travelling with her pop up tent!

  • By Julesh on 25 August 2017

    Beautiful story, the children in our school love Richard and his stories. Visits to school by him are a huge success!

  • By aj on 7 October 2016

    kids loved it

  • By Book chatter on 7 August 2016

    Beautiful story about a young boy Yokki and his Roma family who try to make a living even though hardship comes. Yokki tells tales of a magic white horse who will come to take them away, and then one night it happens and they fly to a new and better land. Nicely illustrated and by the same partnership as Ossiri and the Bala Mengro. Good to see stories with Roma families.

  • By Guest on 16 July 2016

    Oh things are so hard for Yokki's family. Everything is changing and getting harder. Thank goodness for Yokki's beautiful imagination providing hope and encouragement to bring the family through difficult times. A really beautiful book, lovely writing and pictures. Young children of all backgrounds will enjoy this book, but Gypsy Traveller children will especially enjoy hearing fantastic stories of their own people's past.

  • By Sarah Burns on 16 October 2016

    This is a traditional Romani tale with the aim of inspiring hope and creativity. It's a nice little traditional story, albeit one that my own children are just a tad too little to fully appreciate yet. I think we will be looking at this more next year when we look at different countries and culture. The illustrations are lovely and gentle and have a wonderful feeling to them.

  • By cass on 6 September 2016

    This book has finally arrived, as the first order was lost in the post. The colours are lovely and I hope my grandson likes the stories as they have a moral to them both.

  • By dJinga on 27 August 2016

    Loved it

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