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Give Me Shelter The Phrase Asylum Seeker Is One Heard In The Media All The Time It Stimulates Fierce And Controversial Debate In Arguments About Migration, Race, And Religion The Movement Of People From Poor Or Struggling Countries To Those Where There May Be Opportunities For A Better Life Has Been A Constant In Human History, But It Is Something With Particular Relevance In This Time Of Wide Scale Political And Social Upheaval Featuring Stories From Youth Based In Trouble Spots Around The World Including Kosovo, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Eritrea, Zaire, Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Zimbabwe, And Kurdistan This Collection Of Stories Spotlights People Who Have Been Forced To Leave Their Homes Or Families To Seek Help And Shelter Elsewhere This Book Has No Political Axe To Grind, Simply Recording The Truth Of These Children S Stories Without Assigning Blame Some Are About Young People Traveling To Other Countries Others Are Concerned With Young Ones Left Behind When Parents Are Forced To Flee These Are Stories About Physical And Emotional Suffering But Also About Humanity Of Both Those Who Endure Unimaginable Hardship And Those Who Help Them.


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10 thoughts on “Give Me Shelter

  1. says:

    This excellent collection of short stories provides many different views of the refugee experience Refugees in this story are from a variety of troubled countries, including Sudan, Somalia, Eritrea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Turkey Kurds , Vietnam, Ethiopia, Kosovo, and Zimbabwe I knew about the problems in most of these countries, but I hadn t heard about those in the Congo or Eritrea until I read this book I m SO glad I read this book, because it gave me a better unde...


  2. says:

    Sunday, March 22, 2015A family in the Democratic Republic of Congo was seized in the civil war in 1999 Initially, there were soldiers aiming guns at children at school A hard faced man with a gun tucked in his belt strides towards them Hey, you You want school Bradman 12 Secondly, as the situation getsserious, the family decides to escape the country as soon as possible Baba Paul can just be seen in the headlights ...


  3. says:

    I read A Nice Quiet Girl I liked the idea behind this collection of short stories It opens you up to a whole new world about Asylum Seekers In A Nice Quiet Girl Charlie is forced to hang out with Tulip, the housekeeper s daughter, because she can t stay in the hostel by herself due to problems with her father At first Charlie just thinks that she is really boring and can t play any games properly Charlie s family end up going on holiday with Tulip and her mother Charlie wonders why Tul I read A Nice Quiet Girl I liked the idea behind this collection of short stories It opens you up to a whole new world about Asylum Seekers In A Nice Quiet Girl Charlie is forced to hang out with Tulip, the housekeeper s daughter, because she can t stay in the hostel by herself due to problems with her father At first Charlie just thinks that she is really boring and can t play any games properly Charlie s family end up going on holiday with Tulip and her mother Charlie wonders why Tu...


  4. says:

    I quite enjoyed reading all the different stories about children who seek asylum At first, I didn t know what the word asylum meant so I looked it up in the dictionary The dictionary said that an asylum was a place of protection for those who w...


  5. says:

    This book is a collection of stories about children from third world countries current and past and their struggles in their new homes they all moved to England My personal favorite story in this book was, Baa and the Angels I thought that it was a very moving and cute story, even though the girls...


  6. says:

    My story, Samir Hakkim s Healthy Eating Diary appears in this excellent anthology of stories by well known writers about child asylum seekers As a result of writing this story I went on to write a novel featuring Samir HIDDEN, Meadowside Books, 2011, which was nominated for the Carnegie Medal.


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