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1406393738
Moon:Drawn across borders: true stories of migration; George Butler:2022 Moon Drawn across borders: true stories of migration; George Butler
Drawn across borders: true stories of migration; George Butler
Author: Butler, George
Year: 2022
Language: English
Type: Moon
Publisher: Walker Studio, 2022
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9781406393736
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Originally published: 2021
This is a collection of vivid and powerful stories drawn on the front lines of migration by award-winning artist George Butler. For thousands of years humans have moved around the world, to seek a better life, to flee disaster or to escape war. Migration is a fact of life - but it is hugely misunderstood. In striking and intimate illustrations, award-winning artist George Butler introduces us to the people behind the headlines. Drawings made on front lines, in refugee camps and on the move vividly capture stories of leaving home, travelling into the unknown and trying to make a new life. These powerful portraits of migration are a timely reminder of the humanity we all share and our universal need to seek safety and a better life.
Extent: 52 pages, illustrations (black and white, and colour), 24 x 29 c
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Book:When fishes flew, the story of Elena's war:2022 Book
Author: Morpurgo, Michael
Author: Butler, George
Year: 2022
Language: English
Type: Book
Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books
Physical or Electronic: Physical
Note: Originally published: 2021 Australian-Greek girl Nandi travels to her ancestors' home in Ithaca, and discovers - through a friendship with an extremely unusual flying fish - the extraordinary story of her great-aunt Elena; of how she fell in love, in the hardest of times, and of how she became an unsung hero of World War Two. But Elena has gone missing, and Nandi has to find her. In her search, she will discover that Elena was an even greater hero than she thought - and still is. Nandi's story is a beautiful and inspiring tale of personal discovery, of love and place and belonging, threaded through with the quiet heroism of everyday people.
192 pages, illustrations (black and white) ; 20 cm (pbk)
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