From Kinglake To Kabul
by David Williams and Neil Grant
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Kinglake had one day of disaster with far-reaching effects; Kabul has endured 30 years of war. In this remarkable collection of young people's writing, students from schools in Kinglake and Kabul share their stories of resilience, courage and hope. Students from Diamond Valley College and the International School of Kabul share their stories.
- Publication Date:
- ALLEN & UNWIN
- Country of origin:
- 232 pages
- Dimensions (mm):
- 198 x 129
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From the papers
04/02/2011A frank, moving, compelling collection by students with a gift for storytelling. - Frances Atkinson (The Sunday Age)
This collection of stories is, in one word, extraordinary.
This is not your average book. It is a collection of short stories by teenage writers about two separate tragedies.
The Kinglake bushfires and the 30-year war in Afghanistan.
These young writers have written about sorrow and heartache,but also about hope and joy.
The beautifully edited stories combined with the stunning photos have created a book that will inspire all readers.
The book encompasses teenage writers from both walks of life and, although young, they are great writers.
Christopher Davis Yr 10, Cairns State High School, Australia (from Cairns Post 22/3/2011 p.26)