Birds don't look back - Nadia Nakhlé

One day, the decision was made: Amel, a 12 year old orphan, will leave. It is not a question of choice: her country is at war. Unfortunately, nothing goes as planned. At the border, Amel loses the family that is to accompany her and finds herself alone. On her way, she meets Bacem, a deserter and oud player. Together, the child and the soldier learn to rebuild their lives.
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Amel, a 12-year-old orphan, is fleeing her war-torn country. At the border, she is separated from the family who had agreed to take her under their wing. Now alone, the young girl meets Bacem, a deserter who plays the oud. Together, they overcome the ordeals they have been through.

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Author : Nadia Nakhlé
Publisher: Delcourt
Collection : Mirages
Language : French
Format : Album
Presentation : Hardcover
Weight : 1043 g
20,3 × 26,6 × 2,4 cm
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