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What’s left when you lose everything? The kids in the refugee camp have lost their families and their homes. They’ve even lost their names. That’s right: these kids’ lives have been stripped so bare that they’re stuck with letters for names. Apart from each other, there’s just one thing each child has left: a story to tell. A story of who they are, and how they got to this windswept camp on an otherwordly plain. But how can they prove their stories are true? Without identity papers, there’s no way to know they’ll be heard and believed. And bad things will happen to them if they aren’t…
- A topical, surreal tale of undocumented child refugees
- Enchantingly magical, dark and thought-provoking
- Steve Tasane is the author of Nobody Saw No One
- He is a popular performance poet at UK festivals
May 3rd, 2018
AR book level: 4.4; Middle years; 3.0 points
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