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Where Will I Live by Rosemary McCarney

A stunning photo-based picture book for younger readers takes a look at the thousands of children around the world who have been forced to flee war and conflict. Life for refugees, especially child refugees, is unimaginably tough, but these books do a great and important job in giving an insight into their lives.
Steven MacKenzie, The Big Issue. "A poignant photojournalistic look at the issues confronting refugee children and their families... The true power of the book lies in its ability to spark classroom conversations, highlighting the need for cultural awareness and compassion"
School Library Journal Hardback: 24 pages Age 4+ Size: 21.7cm x 27.5cm
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BWWL
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Where do you go if your home is no longer safe? Every child needs a home. They need somewhere safe where they can be happy, eat their meals with their family, play with their toys, and go to sleep at night feeling unafraid. But many children all over the world have had to leave their homes because they are no longer safe. Because of war and conflict, they and their families have become refugees. For them life is hard and full of questions. In spite of everything, they find time to laugh, play, and make friends. And most importantly, they have hope that somewhere, someone will welcome them to a new home. About the Author Rosemary McCarney is Canada’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations and the Conference on Disarmament, and past President and CEO of Plan International Canada. She is the author of the internationally bestselling Every Day is Malala Day and The Way to School. She lives in Switzerland and Canada. Hardback: 24 pages Age 4+ Publisher: New Internationalist (May 2017) Language: English ISBN: 9781780264042 Size: 21.7cm x 27.5cm
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SKU BWWL
ISBN 9781780264042
Manufacturer New Internationalist
Values and causes Educational, New Internationalist
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