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Kids of Kabul. Deborah Ellis

Kids of Kabul

ISBN: 9781554981823 | 128 pages | 4 Mb

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Kids of Kabul Deborah Ellis
Publisher: Groundwood Books

Eight-year-old Sohrab spends her days looking through rubbish on the streets ofKabul. Watch our Special on what life is like for kids in Kabul and their hopes for the future of Afghanistan. Three sisters serve the most underserved people of Kabul, creating alternative stories of hope. Since its publication in 2000, hundreds of thousands of children all over the world have read and loved The Breadwinner. On the day I visit I'm greeted by 20 or so dusty shoes and slippers in the hallway, a sign that the kids had a busy day on the streets of Kabul. Kids of Kabul: Living Bravely Through a Never-Ending War Hardcover – April 24, 2012. The big blue storybook bus of Kabul brings words into the lives of children Kabul's mobile library takes books to the children in Kabul's streets. Kids of Kabul: Living Bravely Through a Never-ending War by [Ellis,. Find product information, ratings and reviews for Kids of Kabul - Reprint by Deborah Ellis (Paperback) online on Children-Afghanistan-Juvenile literature. Kids of Kabul : living bravely through a never-ending war. Many schools have been destroyed, but children, including girls, go to school in ruins or Hunters sell the soft leopard skins in the markets in the capital Kabul. Kids of Kabul : living bravely through a never-ending war / Deborah Ellis. The author of the Breadwinner trilogy turns from fictional Afghani children to real ones. Kabul is the capital of Afghanistan, a country in Central Asia. This exposes many children to various forms of violence, exploitation and abuse," Wesa told Al Jazeera from Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. Skateistan - a skating and education project - was set up by Australian Oliver Percovich, who arrived in Kabul in 2007 with his skateboard. It is Afghanistan's largest city and center of economy. The Orphans & Widows of Afghanistan. Street kids without a future in Kabul could become a heavy burden for Afghan society. During a 2011 visit to Kabul, Ellis (the Breadwinner trilogy) recorded the stories of 27 Afghan children, represented in this stirring collection. These children find the courage to face their situations in ways large and . By reading the story of eleven-year-old Parvana and her struggles living under the terror of the Taliban, young readers came to know the plight of children in Afghanistan. Gr 7-10–Twenty-seven teens and preteens, Look inside this book. The Afghan capital of Kabul is not able to supply its fast-growing population with enough water.

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