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Juliane's Story: A Real-Life Account of Her Journey from Zimbabwe
This title covers these subjects: Refugees -- Zimbabwe., Children -- Zimbabwe., Immigrants.
Juliane's Story: A Real-Life Account of Her Journey from Zimbabwe
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Juliane's Story: A Real-Life Account of Her Journey from Zimbabwe

This is the real-life story of 12-year-old refugee Juliane. At 3 years old, Juliane was separated from her mother due to the violence in her country of Zimbabwe. Told in Juliane's own words, the story tells of her fear and isolation growing up in an orphanage, how she was reunited with her mother, and how the two of them fled to another country to establish a new life together.

 
Dewey305.9/06914092
GenreBiography
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades K-5
Lexile Level550L
ATOS Level3.2
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #190873
  
Text TypeNarrative Nonfiction
  
ISBN978-1-5158-1424-5
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2018
  
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
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Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book

"Each book offers a first-person account of a refugee child’s separation from family due to hardship or war. . . .Simple storytelling makes these texts relatable to young readers." - Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book

May 1, 2018

School Library Journal - Rebecca Gueorguiev, New York Public Library

"People having to flee from conflict often face hardships not fully comprehensible to small children. The ordeals of refugee families undergoing such journeys are explored here in an attempt to ease the fears and emotions such turmoil can generate. In most cases, the circumstances surrounding each forced relocation are sketchy, but from the perspective of children, that might be an accurate representation of the situation. Digitally created artwork enhances most volumes with a rustic quality." - School Library Journal

November 1, 2017

 
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