[[ KINDLE ]] ❅ Refugee Autore Alan Gratz – Vehikool.co.uk

Refugee A New York Times Bestseller JOSEF Is A Jewish Boy Living In S Nazi Germany With The Threat Of Concentration Camps Looming, He And His Family Board A Ship Bound For The Other Side Of The WorldABEL Is A Cuban Girl In With Riots And Unrest Plaguing Her Country, She And Her Family Set Out On A Raft, Hoping To Find Safety In AmericaHMOUD Is A Syrian Boy In With His Homeland Torn Apart By Violence And Destruction, He And His Family Begin A Long Trek Toward EuropeAll Three Kids Go On Harrowing Journeys In Search Of Refuge All Will Face Unimaginable Dangers From Drownings To Bombings To Betrayals But There Is Always The Hope Of Tomorrow And Although Josef, Isabel, And Mahmoud Are Separated By Continents And Decades, Shocking Connections Will Tie Their Stories Together In The EndThis Action Packed Novel Tackles Topics Both Timely And Timeless Courage, Survival, And The Quest For Home


About the Author: Alan Gratz

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6 thoughts on “Refugee

  1. says:

    Wow One of my students forgot this book in my classroom one afternoon I teach middle school so I picked it up to see what it was about I couldn t put it down Probably not since I read, Number the Stars, have I been moved and engrossed in a story that is both touching and relevant I m hoping to get funds to buy a class set and


  2. says:

    I am a fourth grade teacher and have been looking for a new book to read aloud and I think this is the one This book includes figurative language, lots of connections between the characters, historically accurate details that could be explored much further, connections with modern issues regarding refugees, and so much There is defin


  3. says:

    Written to garner specific emotions Manipulative Too political.


  4. says:

    Based on real stories, real characters in history and of today, Alan Gratz alternates telling the tragic tales of three times in history when refugees were in frantic need of escaping their homes There is JOSEF, a Jewish boy living in 1930s Nazi Germany Hitler has given the ultimatum to Jews that they must leave Germany or be taken to concentration c


  5. says:

    I like to read a book before I give it to one of my great grandsons I bought this for our ten year old It was very engaging, but upon reading it, I elected to shelve it for another year or two I think a 12 to 13 year old boy or girl would enjoy it.


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