Nobody's Child

Nobody's Child

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Even though Mariam, her siblings, and their friend Kevork become orphans after the 1909 massacre of Armenians in Turkey's Adana Province, their sustaining hope, as six years later in 1915 they face "deportation," is to be reunited with the remaining members of their family.
Publisher: Tonawanda, NY :, [Boardwalk Books]
Copyright Date: ♭2003
ISBN: 9781459720985
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Fatima Almalki
May 02, 2010

love this book..
i recommend it to everyone ,
it kindoff reminds me of the book "war brothers"


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Fatima Almalki
May 02, 2010

Orphaned by the Adana massacre in 1909, Mariam and her siblings, together with their friend Kevork and his aunt, travel home to Marash hoping to find their remaining family still alive. Six years later, when the teens face deportation from Turkey, they are torn apart despite their best efforts to stay together. One thing sustains them throughout their horrifying ordeals -- the hope that they might one day be reunited.

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