One Day the Soldiers Came (Google eBook)
Today, in violence-torn regions across the globe, 20 million children have been uprooted, orphaned, or injured by war, famine, and poverty. This is their story . . . and ours.
In this powerful and unforgettable bookóby turns painful, funny, terrifying, and triumphantóCharles London takes us into the world of refugee children, celebrating their unique skills for survival and reflection. Their remarkable stories and drawings chill the blood and touch the heart, offering an indelible, first hand portrait of the war that rages beyond the headlines.
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Review: One Day the Soldiers Came: Voices of Children in WarUser Review - Betsey Brannen - Goodreads
Although this book was an interesting read, I am still unsure as to London's actual purpose in his writing. Either he is writing a story to write the story and hopefully bring some type of awareness ... Read full review
Review: One Day the Soldiers Came: Voices of Children in WarUser Review - Kathleen McRae - Goodreads
Charles London interviewed children from many war stricken places and through drawings that these traumatized children did plus their stories in their own recollections and words he wrote this book.It ... Read full review
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