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Our New Home
Immigrant Children Speak
By authors: Emily Hearn, Marywinn Milne
Selling Points: Moving, challenges, new experiences
Publisher: Second Story Press
Pub Date: Apr/01/2008
Pages: 128
Nonfiction Ages 8-11
Price:  $13.95
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From the diverse cultures of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Vietnam, Germany, Guyana, Somalia, and others, immigrant children write of their experiences leaving their homes and moving to a new country. The stories, poems and pictures in Our New Home tell of the fear and sadness, excitement and challenge of moving around the world and forging a new sense of self in a new land.
Canadian Review of Materials Magazine - February 8, 2008
A highly readable book that would no doubt be indispensable in opening up dialogue about the immigration experience in classrooms and school libraries. Highly recommended.

Awards

CCBC Best Books, commended  CA  2008



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