Refugees

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Delacorte, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 277 pages
13 Reviews
September 11, 2001

Two teenagers on opposite sides of the globe flee everything they know. In a world turned upside down by tragedy, they are refugees.

Sixteen-year-old Dawn runs away from her unhappy foster home in California and travels to New York City. Johar, an Afghani teenager, sees his world crumble before him. He flees his war-ravaged village and the Taliban, and makes a dangerous trek to a refugee camp in Pakistan. Thanks to his knowledge of English, Johar finds a job at the camp assisting Louise, the Red Cross doctor—and Dawn’s foster mother. Through e-mails and phone calls, Dawn and Johar begin to share and protect each other’s secrets, fears, and dreams, and a remarkable bond forms that gives each of them hope and the courage to find a path home.

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User Review  - Anastasia - Goodreads

Nice book about finding who your true family/friends are. Also nice insight on 9/11, from Afghanistan and New York! Would recommend!! Read full review

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User Review  - Bri - Goodreads

This was a good recollection of 9/11. It was good, but since I was young back then, I don't remember what happened, so it was good to learn someone's story about what happened to them. Read full review

About the author (2005)

This is Catherine Stine's first novel. The author lives in New York City.


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