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In this inspiring collection, children living all over the world speak about being forced to flee their homes as refugees. With original, autobiographical accounts, Making It Home gives a poignant voice to the millions of young people whose lives have been disrupted by war but who have escaped. With maps, brief histories of each country, and an eight-page photo insert, this book helps young people understand the world and the children who share the dream of freedom.
Making It Home: Real-Life Stories from Children Forced to Flee
By Beverly Naidoo (Introduction)
Paperback: 128 pages
Age Range: 8 - 12
Grade Level: 3 - 7
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