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Rachel's Story - A Journey from a Country in Eurasia

by Joyce Bentley (author), Andy Glynne (author), and Salvador Maldonado (illustrator)

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Product Description

Do you ever think how lucky you are to live in a country that’s safe and without war? Sadly, not all children grow up in a safe place. So they are forced to flee the dangers in their home country, and go and live in another place where they have no friends, no family and maybe can’t even speak the language. One of those children is thirteen-year-old Rachel. She has fled her home in Eurasia to escape the persecution that Christians suffer in her Muslim country. Will Rachel’s family ever find a safe place to stay? And when they do, how will Rachel learn to fit in?

  • A real-life story told by Eurasian refugee Rachel in her own words
  • Adapted from the BAFTA-winning Seeking Refuge BBC series
  • Expressive artwork helps drive the emotional message home
  • Helps children see the human story behind news headlines

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780750278881

Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd

Date published

November 6th, 2014

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

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