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Mohammed's Journey: a Refugee Diary

by Anthony Robinson, Annemarie Young

Other authors: June Allan (Illustrator)

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This picture book is about Mohammed's journey and escape from Iran to the U.S. and his time here with his family in a new country and a new school.
  elindseyziegler | Mar 15, 2015 |
The second book in the Refugee Diary series. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
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When Saddam's soldiers came to his house, beat him and his mother and took his father away, Mohammed never saw his father again. This is his story. From that terrible night, to the escape from Iraq by bus, on horseback, in an inflatable raft on a raging river and finally, hiding in a lorry on a ship. It covers his journey from Kirkuk to the Iraq-Iran border, through Iran, into Turkey and then on to England and safety. Mohammed and his mother were granted '"leave to stay" in England in 2002.… (more)

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