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A powerful story of how the dream of peace can fly higher than any dividing wall. TV reporter Max travels to the West Bank to see what life is like for Palestinians and Jews living in the shadow of a huge wall, built by the Israeli government to separate them. There, Max strikes up a friendship with a young Palestinian boy, Said. Together they sit under an ancient olive tree while Said makes one of his exquisite kites. But when Max is welcomed as a guest in Said’s home, he learns of the terrible events in the family’s past, and begins to understand why Said no longer speaks…
- A moving, topical tale by the author of War Horse
- Told from Max and Said’s dual points of view
- Beautifully illustrated in colour by Laura Carlin
- Realistic and gritty, yet full of hope and power
March 3rd, 2016
AR book level: 4.5; Middle years; 2.0 points
- 128 pages
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