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A refugee's journey from Somalia
A refugee's journey from Somalia
Barghoorn, Linda2018
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Fatuma does not remember a time when there was no fighting in her homeland of Somalia. With violence all around them and a lack of food and water, Fatuma and her family are forced to escape to the world s largest refugee camp, in Kenya. Life in the camp is hard, and Fatuma hopes to one day feel safe. Interspersed with facts about Somalia and its people, this narrative tells a story common to many refugees fleeing the country. Readers will learn about the decades of conflict there and how they can help refugees in their communities and around the world who are struggling to find permanent homes.
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Imprint:
New York : Crabtree Publishing Company, 2018
Collation:
32 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 27 cm.
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Notes:
Includes index and glossary.Includes bibliographical references (page 31).
Contents:
Leaving Somalia -- My homeland, Somalia -- Fatuma's story: my country -- The Somali conflict -- Fatuma's story: leaving Mogadishu -- What paths do refugees take? -- Fatuma's story: life in Dadaab refugee camp -- Dadaab camp: a life of uncertainty -- Fatuma's story: will be here forever? -- Some countries welcome refugees -- Fatuma's story: my new home in Sweden -- You can help!
ISBN:
97807787367529780778736981
Dewey class:
362.87096773362
Language:
English
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Beaumaris LibraryJunior People and PlacesJ 362 BARAvailable
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