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Billu Leaves India!

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In the 1960s, many thousands of Indian families made the decision to start a new life in England.

Billu Leaves India! is about a 6-year-old boy called Billu, who is suddenly confronted with leaving the village he loves. Set in the 1960s, it captures the suddenness of the emigration decision that many families made at that time. The book revolves around these journeys, the
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Paperback, 48 pages
Published August 28th 2014 by Troubador Publishing Ltd
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Kalwinder Dhindsa
May 24, 2016 Kalwinder Dhindsa rated it it was amazing
An enjoyable read about a Punjabi family's sudden desire to begin a new life in England told through the eyes of a six year old child.

My father arrived in England in 1967 as a 12 year old so this story resonates with my own family history. I look forward to reading more stories about Billu and his new life in England.
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