In this poignant book dedicated to children all over the world who are displaced by the horrors of war and terrorism, Moha Mehta shows us how we can still create peace, beginning with the large space within our own hearts. She makes us part of a family of six whose world is torn apart in a matter of minutes. Our hearts go out to little Salim, who at one moment is sitting in a classroom listening to his teacher, and at the next, is running away from school as fast as he can after hearing an explosion. As the family hurries to abandon their village, all three-year-old Noorie can think about is why no one is playing with her. In the face of terror, Moha skillfully uses each family member's perspective to create a picture of peace, optimism and love.
|Publisher:||Whose War is it Anyway?|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.12(d)|
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