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Mohammed's Journey: A Refugee Diary

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Mohammed was born in 1994 in Kirkuk — the Kurdish part of Iraq. In October 2000, Saddam Hussein's soldiers came to his house, beat him and his mother, and took his father away. Mohammed never saw his father again. This book tells the story of Mohammed and his mother, from the escape from Iraq by bus, on horseback, in a boat, and on a lorry, through Iran and Turkey, to Engl ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 14th 2009 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books
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j956.7044 rob - sad, happy - a long hard road for a six year old
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The second book in the Refugee Diary series.
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