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Windows onto the world

Publishers and authors are answering the need for books that shed light on the refugee experience


Where Will I Live?

FOR THE past six years, 24-hour news and social media have been beaming images of the Syrian war into our homes. We’ve seen and heard reports of levelled cities; of indignities heaped on asylum seekers pouring into Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, and farther afield in countries like Germany; of children rescued from bombed-out buildings or washed up dead on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. We’ve seen these things; so have our kids, and they have questions. In a spate of new and forthcoming books, authors and publishers are doing their best to try and come up with answers.

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