“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
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
Category: Social Science
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
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
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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
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
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Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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
(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 ...
Category: Literary Criticism