Boy, everywhere / A. M. Dassu.

By: Dassu, A. M [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: West Sussex : Old Barn Books Ltd, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Description: 288 pages ; 20 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781910646649 Subject(s): Refugees -- Syria -- Children's fiction | Refuges -- England -- Children's fiction | Refugee children -- Children's fiction | Refugee families -- Children's fiction | Boys -- Syria -- Children's fiction | Immigrants -- Children's fiction | Syria -- History -- Civil War, 2011- -- Refugees -- Children's fictionGenre/Form: Social problem fiction. DDC classification: 823 Summary: This story chronicles their harrowing journey and struggle to settle in a new land. Forced to sell all their belongings and leave their friends and beloved grandmother behind, Sami and his family travel across the Middle East to Turkey, where they end up in a smuggler's den. From there, they cross the treacherous waters of the Mediterranean and manage to fly to England, only to be separated and detained in an immigration prison for the crime of seeking asylum. Yet the transition from refugee to immigrant in a new life will be the greatest challenge Sami has ever faced.
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This story chronicles their harrowing journey and struggle to settle in a new land. Forced to sell all their belongings and leave their friends and beloved grandmother behind, Sami and his family travel across the Middle East to Turkey, where they end up in a smuggler's den. From there, they cross the treacherous waters of the Mediterranean and manage to fly to England, only to be separated and detained in an immigration prison for the crime of seeking asylum. Yet the transition from refugee to immigrant in a new life will be the greatest challenge Sami has ever faced.

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