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Scoop Issue 19 - Music and Sound

Scoop is a magazine for 7 to 13 year olds that publishes all forms of story, told by world renowned authors and illustrators including Raymond Briggs, Catherine Johnson, Tom Whipple, Jacqueline Wilson, Chris Priestley, Nicholas Bowling, Laura Dockrill, Emerald Fennell, Celia Rees, Joan Aiken, Tom Stoppard, MG Leonard, Michael Foreman, Piers Torday, Cathy Brett, Neil Gaiman, AF Harrold and John Agard. Each issue includes short stories, non-fiction, poetry, comics, interviews, reviews, activities and quizzes. We explore everything from punk to painting, from science to poetry, from super-natural phenomena to playwriting!

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Curious Publishing Ltd
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scoop

Dear Scoopsters, I would love to know how many of you, our readers, play a musical instrument, listen to music your parents play or music you discover on your own, and how many of you have your own band. Music affects each of us and plays a large part in making us who we are. Inside Scoop this month we explore music and its part in the world, and also HOW we listen – isn’t it amazing that when Beethoven lost his hearing he listened through vibrations in the floor? We have had lots of brilliant feedback recently and one of the suggestions is that we could have more puzzles and games, so you will find lots more in this issue – all music-themed of course! We also wanted to let you…

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hélène baum

Hélène Baum is a French-German illustrator based in Berlin. “There are no lines in nature, only areas of colour, one against another” (Manet). This principle guides her work and life. Originally a trained graphic designer, she enjoys creating colourful, vibrant images which draw inspiration from her multi-cultural background. Her watercolour and vector artworks have been used in various contexts, from the editorial to advertising. See more of her work at: www.helene-baum.com INSTAGRAM: @helene.baum TWITTER: LeniTree…

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the sea whisperer

Manu knew she was a whale in her past life. Or if you don’t believe in past life then she had to be a whale in human form in this life. Remember those old-time radios where you had to catch the frequency by turning the antenna? Manu’s ears seemed to have a built-in antenna that could pick up this low frequency whale sonar and she tuned into these conversations each time she played her flute. The first time Baba had given her the flute, the villagers of Bunbuna Gaon had laughed. What would a deaf girl do with a flute? But Baba held her fingers and showed her how to feel music. Her fingers sensed the pressure as the air that she breathed into the flute escaped the seven holes that Baba…

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personality test

1 How do you like to relax? A Writing poetry B By going outside and exploring wild places C Hanging out with my friends D Looking out of the window and daydreaming 2 Whatʼs your favourite colour? A Purple B Red C Iink D Blue 3 Whatʼs your favourite subject at school? A English B Geography C Dance D Art 4 Which is your favourite season? A Spring B Winter C Summer D Autumn 5 Whatʼs your fashion style? A Trainers and baggy trousers B Denim and T-shirts C Bright colours and the latest trends D Simple, loose clothing 6 Whatʼs your best quality? A I always know the right thing to say B I go my own way C I look on the bright side of life D I am open-minded and like experimenting…

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a song for a princess

It was Princess Melody’s birthday. Melody loved birthdays – who doesn’t? She woke up at dawn’s first light, excited about what the day would bring – cake, parties, presents … ooooh, presents! There were so many things Melody wanted: a new case for her guitar, a super-comfortable stool for her piano, a cool set of speakers for her microphone … ‘You need a husband,’ her father, King Crotchet, declared at breakfast. Melody pulled a face. A husband was definitely NOT on her birthday list. ‘Daaaaaad,’ she moaned. ‘I don’t want to get married. Not now. Maybe not ever …’ ‘Well, you are a princess and this isn’t about what you want,’ King Crotchet. ‘Do you think I wanted to marry your mother?’ Queen Harmony gave him a swift kick under the table to remind…

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into our world

15 JANUARY A few months ago, being deaf wasn’t exactly considered an advantage in life. Things have changed a bit since then! The other kids are struggling, having to learn sign language so fast, now that their lives depend on it. But I went deaf when I was five, after a fever. I started learning sign language aged six. I’m eleven now so I’ve been doing it for five years. There’s hardly a word I don’t know. The other kids used to think it was ‘that weird signing thing’ I did. Now they need to learn it so fast, they spend a good few hours of each school day on it. They’re safe at school because the classrooms are soundproofed. It’s when they go outside that it gets risky. Our school is…

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