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The Little Refugee

The Little Refugee Book
Author : Anh Do,Suzanne Do
Publisher : Allen & Unwin
Release : 2011-11-01
ISBN : 9781742695501
File Size : 42,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Anh Do's inspirational story about his family's incredible escape from war-torn Vietnam and his childhood in Australia, told especially for children.

The Little Refugee

The Little Refugee Book
Author : Anh Do,Suzanne Do
Publisher : White Lion Publishing
Release : 2011
ISBN : 9781742378329
File Size : 29,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The story of one Vietnamese family's survival against the odds, and the healing power of hope.

The Little Refugee

The Little Refugee Book
Author : Anh Do,Suzanne Do
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2013
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 54,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Anh Do nearly didn't make it to Australia. His entire family came close to losing their lives as they escaped from war-torn Vietnam in an overcrowded boat. It was a dangerous journey, with murderous pirates and terrifying storms, but they managed to survive. Life in suburban Australia was also hard for a small boy with no English and funny lunches. But there was a loving extended family, lots of friends, and always something to laugh about for Anh, his brother Khoa and their sister Tram. And eventually for a young Anh, who tried hard to see the bright side of life no matter what the difficulty, there was triumph. The Little Refugee tells the uplifting and inspiring story of the incredible childhood of one of Australia's favourite personalities.

The Happiest Refugee

The Happiest Refugee Book
Author : Anh Do
Publisher :
Release : 2011-03
ISBN : 1459616057
File Size : 35,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The bestselling, laugh-out-loud, reach for your hanky story of one of Australia's best-loved comedians.


Refugee Book
Author : Alan Gratz
Publisher : Scholastic Inc.
Release : 2017-07-25
ISBN : 0545880874
File Size : 31,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A tour de force from acclaimed author Alan Gratz (Prisoner B-3087), this timely -- and timeless -- novel tells the powerful story of three different children seeking refuge. A New York Times bestseller!JOSEF is a Jewish boy living in 1930s Nazi Germany. With the threat of concentration camps looming, he and his family board a ship bound for the other side of the world . . .ISABEL is a Cuban girl in 1994. With riots and unrest plaguing her country, she and her family set out on a raft, hoping to find safety in America . . .MAHMOUD is a Syrian boy in 2015. With his homeland torn apart by violence and destruction, he and his family begin a long trek toward Europe . . .All three kids go on harrowing journeys in search of refuge. All will face unimaginable dangers -- from drownings to bombings to betrayals. But there is always the hope of tomorrow. And although Josef, Isabel, and Mahmoud are separated by continents and decades, shocking connections will tie their stories together in the end.This action-packed novel tackles topics both timely and timeless: courage, survival, and the quest for home.

The Doll

The Doll Book
Author : Nhung N. Tran-Davies
Publisher : Second Story Press
Release : 2021-05-18
ISBN : 1772602299
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A young girl and her family arrive in an airport in a new country. They are refugees, migrants who have travelled across the world to find safety. Strangers greet them, and one of them gives the little girl a doll. Decades later, that little girl is grown up and she has the chance to welcome a group of refugees who are newly arrived in her adopted country. To the youngest of them, a little girl, she gives a doll, knowing it will help make her feel welcome. Inspired by real events.

My Name is Not Refugee

My Name is Not Refugee Book
Author : Kate Milner
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2016-11-14
ISBN : 9781911370062
File Size : 54,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The story asks rhe reader to imagine what it would feel like for them if they had to undergo similar experiences that refugee children have had when they have to leave their homes because it is not safe for them to live there anymore.

What Is a Refugee

What Is a Refugee  Book
Author : Elise Gravel
Publisher : Schwartz & Wade
Release : 2019-09-24
ISBN : 0593120078
File Size : 21,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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An accessible picture book that oh-so-simply and graphically introduces the term "refugee" to curious young children to help them better understand the world in which they live. Who are refugees? Why are they called that word? Why do they need to leave their country? Why are they sometimes not welcome in their new country? In this relevant picture book for the youngest children, author-illustrator Elise Gravel explores what it means to be a refugee in bold, graphic illustrations and spare text. This is the perfect tool to introduce an important and timely topic to children.

Story Boat

Story Boat Book
Author : Kyo Maclear
Publisher : Tundra Books
Release : 2020-02-04
ISBN : 0735263590
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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When you have to leave behind almost everything you know, where can you call home? Sometimes home is simply where we are: here. An imaginative, lyrical, unforgettable picture book about the migrant experience through a child's eyes. When a little girl and her younger brother are forced along with their family to flee the home they've always known, they must learn to make a new home for themselves -- wherever they are. And sometimes the smallest things -- a cup, a blanket, a lamp, a flower, a story -- can become a port of hope in a terrible storm. As the refugees travel onward toward an uncertain future, they are buoyed up by their hopes, dreams and the stories they tell -- a story that will carry them perpetually forward. This timely, sensitively told story, written by multiple award--winner Kyo Maclear and illustrated by Sendak Fellowship recipient Rashin Kheiriyeh, introduces very young readers in a gentle, non-frightening and ultimately hopeful way to the current refugee crisis.

The Paper Boat

The Paper Boat Book
Author : Thao Lam
Publisher : Owlkids
Release : 2020-09-15
ISBN : 9781771473637
File Size : 52,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A heartfelt and personal immigration story, new from critically acclaimed author Thao Lam

Little Bee

Little Bee Book
Author : Chris Cleave
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2010-02-16
ISBN : 1416589643
File Size : 45,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Presents a tale of a precarious friendship between an illegal Nigerian refugee and a recent widow from suburban London, a story told from the alternating and disparate perspectives of both women.

Syrian Refugee Children in the Middle East and Europe

Syrian Refugee Children in the Middle East and Europe Book
Author : Michelle Pace,Somdeep Sen
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2018-04-09
ISBN : 1351169300
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Since the start of the conflict in Syria in 2011, Syrian refugee children have withstood violence, uncertainty, fear, trauma and loss. This book follows their journeys by bringing together scholars and practitioners to reflect on how to make their situation better and to get this knowledge to as many front liners - across European and neighbouring countries in the Middle East - as possible. The book is premised on the underlying conception of refugee children as not merely a vulnerable contingent of the displaced Syrian population, but one that possesses a certain agency for change and progress. In this vein, the various contributions aim to not just de-securitize the ‘conversation’ on migration that frequently centres on the presumed insecurity that refugees personify. They also de-securitize the figure and image of the refugee. Through the stories of the youngest and most vulnerable, they demonstrate that refugee children are not mere opaque figures on who we project our insecurities. Instead, they embody potentials and opportunities for progress that we need to nurture, as young refugees find themselves compelled to both negotiate the practical realities of a life in exile, and situate themselves in changing and unfamiliar sociocultural contexts. Drawing on extensive field research, this edited volume points in the direction of a new rights based framework which will safeguard the future of these children and their well-being. Offering a comparative lens between approaches to tackling refugees in the Middle East and Europe, this book will appeal to students and scholars of refugees and migration studies, human rights, as well as anyone with an interest in the Middle East or Europe.

Teddy the Little Refugee Mouse

Teddy  the Little Refugee Mouse Book
Author : Dorothy Burroughes
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2021-06-16
ISBN : 9781733223249
File Size : 30,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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As World War II erupts in Europe, London is no longer a safe place for a little mouse. Teddy must follow the humans from their city home to resettle in the country, where the war won't prevent them from dropping breadcrumbs. Once there, he meets a welcoming mouse family happy to share their bounty of oats, milk, and other farm fare with a refugee from London. However, life in the country presents its own challenges, like the tabby cat Spitfire, who threatens the tranquility of the little mouse family. Teddy must rely on his ingenuity and creativity to save the mouse family that so generously saved him.


Em Book
Author : Kim Thúy
Publisher : Random House Canada
Release : 2021-09-28
ISBN : 1039000843
File Size : 32,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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LONGLISTED FOR THE 2021 SCOTIABANK GILLER PRIZE Kim Thúy's Em is a virtuosic novel of profound power and sen­sitivity, and an enduring affirmation of the greatest act of resistance: love. In the midst of war, an ordinary miracle: an abandoned baby tenderly cared for by a young boy living on the streets of Saigon. The boy is Louis, the child of a long-gone American soldier. Louis calls the baby em Hồng, em meaning "little sister," or "beloved." Even though her cradle is nothing more than a cardboard box, em Hồng's life holds every possibility. Through the linked destinies of a family of characters, the novel takes its inspiration from historical events, including Operation Babylift, which evacuated thousands of biracial orphans from Saigon in April 1975, and the remarkable growth of the nail salon industry, dominated by Vietnamese expatriates all over the world. From the rubber plantations of Indochina to the massacre at My Lai, Kim Thúy sifts through the layers of pain and trauma in stories we thought we knew, revealing transcendent moments of grace and the invincibility of the human spirit.

Learning America

Learning America Book
Author : Luma Mufleh
Publisher : HarperCollins
Release : 2022-04-05
ISBN : 0358566169
File Size : 21,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A visionary leader’s powerful personal story and a blueprint for change that will inspire schools and communities across America Luma Mufleh—a Muslim woman, a gay refugee from hyper-conservative Jordan—joins a pick-up game of soccer in Clarkston, Georgia. The players, 11- and 12-year-olds from Liberia and Afghanistan and Sudan, have attended local schools for years. Drawn in as coach of a ragtag but fiercely competitive team, Mufleh discovers that few of her players can read a word. She asks, “Where was the America that took me in? That protected me? How can I get these kids to that America?” For readers of Malala, Paul Tough, and Bryan Stevenson, Learning America is the moving and insight-packed story of how Luma Mufleh grew a soccer team into a nationally acclaimed network of schools—by homing in laserlike on what traumatized students need in order to learn. Fugees accepts only those most in need: students recruit other students, and all share a background of war, poverty, and trauma. No student passes a grade without earning it; the failure of any student is the responsibility of all. Most foundational, everyone takes art and music and everyone plays soccer, areas where students make the leaps that can and must happen—as this gifted refugee activist convinces—even for America’s most left-behind.

My Beautiful Birds

My Beautiful Birds Book
Author : Suzanne Del Rizzo
Publisher : Pajama Press Inc.
Release : 2017-03-01
ISBN : 1772780103
File Size : 32,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Behind Sami, the Syrian skyline is full of smoke. The boy follows his family and all his neighbours in a long line, as they trudge through the sands and hills to escape the bombs that have destroyed their homes. But all Sami can think of is his pet pigeons - will they escape too? When they reach a refugee camp and are safe at last, everyone settles into the tent city. But though the children start to play and go to school again, Sami can't join in. When he is given paper and paint, all he can do is smear his painting with black. He can't forget his birds and what his family has left behind. One day a canary, a dove, and a rose finch fly into the camp. They flutter around Sami and settle on his outstretched arms. For Sami it is one step in a long healing process at last. A gentle yet moving story of refugees of the Syrian civil war, My Beautiful Birds illuminates the ongoing crisis as it affects its children. It shows the reality of the refugee camps, where people attempt to pick up their lives and carry on. And it reveals the hope of generations of people as they struggle to redefine home.

Becoming Refugee American

Becoming Refugee American Book
Author : Phuong Tran Nguyen
Publisher : University of Illinois Press
Release : 2017-10-16
ISBN : 9780252041358
File Size : 36,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Vietnamese refugees fleeing the fall of South Vietnam faced a paradox. The same guilt-ridden America that only reluctantly accepted them expected, and rewarded, expressions of gratitude for their rescue. Meanwhile, their status as refugees ”as opposed to willing immigrants ”profoundly influenced their cultural identity. Phuong Tran Nguyen examines the phenomenon of refugee nationalism among Vietnamese Americans in Southern California. Here, the residents of Little Saigon keep alive nostalgia for the old regime and, by extension, their claim to a lost statehood. Their refugee nationalism is less a refusal to assimilate than a mode of becoming, in essence, a distinct group of refugee Americans. Nguyen examines the factors that encouraged them to adopt this identity. His analysis also moves beyond the familiar rescue narrative to chart the intimate yet contentious relationship these Vietnamese Americans have with their adopted homeland. Nguyen sets their plight within the context of the Cold War, an era when Americans sought to atone for broken promises but also saw themselves as providing a sanctuary for people everywhere fleeing communism.

The Boy Refugee

The Boy Refugee Book
Author : Khawaja Azimuddin, MD
Publisher : Austin Macauley
Release : 2020-06-20
ISBN : 9781645361190
File Size : 46,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The Boy Refugee: A Memoir from a Long-Forgotten War is the story of a young refugee boy in the aftermath of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. The story chronicles his escape from war-ravaged Bangladesh to the relative safety of a barbed-wired internment camp in the foothills of the Himalayas, his day-to-day life as a civilian prisoner of war, and his thousand-mile, two-year-long journey back to Pakistan.

Tani s New Home

Tani s New Home Book
Author : Tanitoluwa Adewumi
Publisher : Thomas Nelson
Release : 2020-11-24
ISBN : 1400218330
File Size : 31,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Tani Adewumi's moving true story of immigrating to America, developing his talent for chess, and finding a new home will inspire families looking for stories of hope and kindness. * 2021 ECPA Top Shelf Book Cover Award winner Tani was just six years old when he and his family fled persecution in Nigeria and became refugees in New York City. Tani was amazed, and a little overwhelmed, by all the new things in America. But one new experience turned out to be the most wonderful discovery--chess! With joy and determination, Tani studied hard, practicing chess for hours on the floor of his room in the homeless shelter. Less than a year later, he won the New York State Chess Championship, and through one act of kindness after another, found a new home. This picture book biography for children ages 5 to 10 tells the captivating real-life story of a young chess champion celebrates the power of hope and hard work reminds us that we can each make the world a more welcoming place encourages empathy and compassion includes beautiful digital illustrations by Courtney Dawson is perfect for children reading alone; story time for families, classrooms, and libraries; and celebrations of World Refugee Day This exciting book about chess, family, and community reminds us all that home is a place where you can follow your dreams.


Humanity Book
Author : Weiwei Ai
Publisher : Princeton University Press
Release : 2018-04-24
ISBN : 1400890349
File Size : 34,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Writings on human life and the refugee crisis by the most important political artist of our time Ai Weiwei (b. 1957) is widely known as an artist across media: sculpture, installation, photography, performance, and architecture. He is also one of the world's most important artist-activists and a powerful documentary filmmaker. His work and art call attention to attacks on democracy and free speech, abuses of human rights, and human displacement--often on an epic, international scale. This collection of quotations demonstrates the range of Ai Weiwei's thinking on humanity and mass migration, issues that have occupied him for decades. Selected from articles, interviews, and conversations, Ai Weiwei's words speak to the profound urgency of the global refugee crisis, the resilience and vulnerability of the human condition, and the role of art in providing a voice for the voiceless. Select quotations from the book: "This problem has such a long history, a human history. We are all refugees somehow, somewhere, and at some moment." "Allowing borders to determine your thinking is incompatible with the modern era." "Art is about aesthetics, about morals, about our beliefs in humanity. Without that there is simply no art." "I don't care what all people think. My work belongs to the people who have no voice."

We Are Displaced

We Are Displaced Book
Author : Malala Yousafzai
Publisher : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Release : 2019-01-08
ISBN : 0316523666
File Size : 43,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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In this powerful book, Nobel Peace Prize winner and New York Times bestselling author Malala Yousafzai introduces the people behind the statistics and news stories about the millions of people displaced worldwide. After her father was murdered, María escaped in the middle of the night with her mother. Zaynab was out of school for two years as she fled war before landing in America. Her sister, Sabreen, survived a harrowing journey to Italy. Ajida escaped horrific violence, but then found herself battling the elements to keep her family safe. Malala's experiences visiting refugee camps caused her to reconsider her own displacement — first as an Internally Displaced Person when she was a young child in Pakistan, and then as an international activist who could travel anywhere in the world except to the home she loved. In We Are Displaced, Malala not only explores her own story, but she also shares the personal stories of some of the incredible girls she has met on her journeys — girls who have lost their community, relatives, and often the only world they've ever known. In a time of immigration crises, war, and border conflicts, We Are Displaced is an important reminder from one of the world's most prominent young activists that every single one of the 68.5 million currently displaced is a person — often a young person — with hopes and dreams. "A stirring and timely book." —New York Times