The Little Refugee

Anh Do's inspirational story about his family's incredible escape from war-torn Vietnam and his childhood in Australia, told especially for children.

Author: Anh Do

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 9781742695501

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Anh Do's inspirational story about his family's incredible escape from war-torn Vietnam and his childhood in Australia, told especially for children.

The Palgrave Handbook of Artistic and Cultural Responses to War since 1914

“Review: The Little Refugee by Anh & Suzanne Do.” The Boomerang Books Blog (blog). Posted November 15, 2011. Accessed January 4, 2017. https:// blog.boomerangbooks.com.au/review-the-little-refugee-by-ahn-suzannedo/2011/11.

Author: Martin Kerby

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319969862

Category: History

Page: 582

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This handbook explores a diverse range of artistic and cultural responses to modern conflict, from Mons in the First World War to Kabul in the twenty-first century. With over thirty chapters from an international range of contributors, ranging from the UK to the US and Australia, and working across history, art, literature, and media, it offers a significant interdisciplinary contribution to the study of modern war, and our artistic and cultural responses to it. The handbook is divided into three parts. The first part explores how communities and individuals responded to loss and grief by using art and culture to assimilate the experience as an act of survival and resilience. The second part explores how conflict exerts a powerful influence on the expression and formation of both individual, group, racial, cultural and national identities and the role played by art, literature, and education in this process. The third part moves beyond the actual experience of conflict and its connection with issues of identity to explore how individuals and society have made use of art and culture to commemorate the war. In this way, it offers a unique breadth of vision and perspective, to explore how conflicts have been both represented and remembered since the early twentieth century.

Telling Children About the Past

This tenderness is transformed into a sweet tug on the heartstrings as soon as one reads the accompanying caption: 'The Little Refugee'. This appropriately emotionally loaded, symbolic name was the inspiration of the late Semni Karouzou ...

Author: Nena Galanidou

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 1789201845

Category: Social Science

Page: 324

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This book brings together archeologists, historians, psychologists, and educators from different countries and academic traditions to address the many ways that we tell children about the (distant) past. Knowing the past is fundamentally important for human societies, as well as for individual development. The authors expose many unquestioned assumptions and preformed images in narratives of the past that are routinely presented to children. The contributors both examine the ways in which children come to grips with the past and critically assess the many ways in which contemporary societies and an increasing number of commercial agents construct and use the past.

Asia Literate Schooling in the Asian Century

If The Little Refugee indicates its place in Australia's 'present consciousness' in the way it represents Do, the celebrity comic, and beliefs about children and childhood, it also does so in relation to contemporary attitudes to ...

Author: Christine Halse

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317806611

Category: Education

Page: 235

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Globalization, migration, transnational movements and the development of the tiger economies of Asia have led education leaders and policy makers around the world but particularly in Australia, the USA, Canada, and New Zealand to view schools as key sites for developing ‘globally competent’, ‘Asia literate’ citizens who have the capabilities to live, work and interact with the peoples, cultures and societies of Asia. In what has been dubbed the ‘Asian Century’, nations are increasingly seeking to transform their schooling policies, curricula, and teaching workforces to engage with the growing influence of the peoples, cultures and societies both within and beyond Asia. This is the first book to subject to critical scrutiny and analysis the concepts, policies and practices of schooling involved in building intercultural relations with the diverse contemporary manifestations of ‘Asia’. It brings into dialogue scholars who are at the forefront of current thinking, policy and practice on Asia-related schooling, and contributes to a broader, international debate about the future shape of intercultural schooling in a global world. Asia Literate Schooling in the Asian Century offers chapters on: • Learning Asia: In search of a new narrative • Asia Literacy as Experiential Learning • Professional Standards and Ethics in Teaching Asia Literacy • The Feasibility of Implementing Cross-Curricular Studies of Asia • Deparochialising Education and the Asian Priority: A Curriculum (Re)Imagination This book will appeal to scholars and practitioners in Education, and is suitable as a reference for teacher education courses. It will also interest scholars specialising in Asian Studies.

New and Experimental Approaches to Writing Lives

The Little Refugee Do co-authored The Little Refugee with his wife, Suzanne Do, and the book is illustrated by award-winning author/illustrator Bruce Whatley.1 Whatley has worked on more than eighty children's picture books, ...

Author: Jo Parnell

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1352007193

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 236

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With recent advances in digital technology, a number of exciting and innovative approaches to writing lives have emerged, from graphic memoirs to blogs and other visual-verbal-virtual texts. This edited collection is a timely study of new approaches to writing lives, including literary docu-memoir, autobiographical cartography, social media life writing and autobiographical writing for children. Combining literary theory with insightful critical approaches, each essay offers a serious study of innovative forms of life writing, with a view to reflecting on best practice and offering the reader practical guidance on methods and techniques. Offering a range of practical exercises and an insight into cutting-edge literary methodologies, this is an inspiring and thought-provoking companion for students of literature and creative writing studying courses on life writing, memoir or creative non-fiction.

The Kindertransport

Less than a month after his arrival, the Polish Fund received a letter from the family “regarding the little refugee Hedwig Fishbaum,” noting, “We have become very attached to him, unfortunately he has the very distressing habit of ...

Author: Jennifer Craig-Norton

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253042240

Category: History

Page: 360

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Jennifer Craig-Norton sets out to challenge celebratory narratives of the Kindertransport that have dominated popular memory as well as literature on the subject. According to these accounts, the Kindertransport was a straightforward act of rescue and salvation, with little room for a deeper, more complex analysis. This volume reveals that in fact many children experienced difficulties with settlement: they were treated inconsistently by refugee agencies, their parents had complicated reasons for giving them up, and their caregivers had a variety of motives for taking them in. Against the grain of many other narratives, Craig-Norton emphasizes the use of archival sources, many of them newly discovered testimonial accounts and letters from Kinder to their families. This documentary evidence together with testimonial evidence allows compelling insights into the nature of interactions between children and their parents and caregivers and shows readers a more nuanced and complete picture of the Kindertransport.

Anna Teller

Even the little refugee's conversations with her began to take on these tones of hope as she remembered some of the words , and she asked herself with sudden excitement : Must a warning always be stern rebuke ?

Author: Jo Sinclair

Publisher: Feminist Press at CUNY

ISBN: 9781558610552

Category: Fiction

Page: 612

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Anna Teller leads her Jewish-Hungarian family over the course of seventy-five years, through the death of her husband, the horrors of the Nazi occupation, the Hungarian revolt, and her son's emigration to the United States

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Becoming a Teacher of Language and Literacy

A blog entry by Andrew T. Grade 4 teacher The Little Refugee is an award winning picture storybook written by Anh and Suzanne Do. It's an inspiring story describing Anh's story of arrival in Australia. Fleeing a life of poverty in ...

Author: Brenton Doecke

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107662869

Category: Education

Page: 188

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This book explores what it means to be a 21st century literacy educator, promoting a reflective and inquiry-based approach.

Our Mythical Childhood The Classics and Literature for Children and Young Adults

(8)12 So the statue itself is a refugee,13 and is thus called To προσφυγάκι / To prosfygaki [The little refugee boy]. In the course of the story the statue befriends a cleaning lady in the Museum, Mrs. Galateia, who is also a refugee ...

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Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004335374

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 544

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In The CLassics and Children's Literature between West and East a team of contributors from different continents offers a survey of the reception of Classical Antiquity in children’s and young adults’ literature by applying regional perspectives.