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A country to call home
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A country to call home

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781783526048

Publication Date: 31 May 2018

Subject: Younger teen novels

Suitable for: Secondary

An anthology of short stories and poems about young refugees and asylum seekers.

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An anthology of short stories and poems about young refugees and asylum seekers.

There are tales of home, and missing it; poems about living in refugee camps and the struggle of making new friends; accounts of children confronting prejudice, but also stories of their fortitude, their dreams and aspirations.

Many young refugees have experienced unimaginable horror and endured dangerous journeys. They need our kindness and empathy in order to process their trauma. This book encourages us to build bridges, not walls, and to understand the plight of those seeking a safe place to call home.

NOTE: Empathy Lab 2020 - Secondary List

NOTE : some swearing

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Subject
Younger teen novels
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31 May 2018
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9781783526048
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Pages
241
Width
129mm
Height
198mm
Weight
246g
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