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eBook Caught in the Crossfire: Growing Up in a War Zone ePub

by Maria Ousseimi

  • ISBN: 0802783635
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Maria Ousseimi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Walker & Co (August 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 120
  • ePub book: 1378 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1903 kb
  • Other: txt doc azw lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 305

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Uses incidents from Lebanon, El Salvador, Mozambique, Bosnia-Herzegovinia, and Washington, . to examine the effect on children of growing up in a war zone.

Uses incidents from Lebanon, El Salvador, Mozambique, Bosnia-Herzegovinia, and Washington, .

Caught in the Crossfire: Growing Up in a War Zone.

Grade 8 Up?Ousseimi presents some stark realities of what it's like to live in a war zone in five areas?Lebanon, El. .words of the children themselves.

Grade 8 Up?Ousseimi presents some stark realities of what it's like to live in a war zone in five areas?Lebanon, El Salvador, Mozambique, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Washington, . Numerous black-and-white photos, some of which are filled with contrasts of bombed-out buildings and youngsters attempting a semblance of play or struggling to survive, are combined with the. A few of the young people, such as those who were involved in the Lebanese conflict, can look back at those awful years with wisdom born of maturity.

Caught in the Crossfire: Growing up in a War Zone

Caught in the Crossfire: Growing up in a War Zone. New York: Walker and Company, 1995. Ousseimi experienced war as a child; feeling herself fortunate but conflicted, she travels around the world to look at the lives of children tormented by the cruelty of adults in places including Lebanon, El Salvador, Mozambique, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Washington, D.Soldiers of the Stone.

Caught in the Crossfire: Growing Up in a War Zone. Children of Immigrants: Segmented Assimilation and Its Determinants. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Urban Growth in Developing Countries: A Demographic Reappraisal.

Caught in the crossfire. Uses incidents from Lebanon, El Salvador, Mozambique, Bosnia-Herzegovinia, and Washington, . This book can be found in ICP Library. Dancing Pink Flamingos and Other Stories.

As I held her, my mind drifted back to the shooting at Sandy Hook less than three years earlier. I’d written a piece after that incident, about mothers and fathers holding their dead children in their arms like Mary holding Jesus in the statue La Pieta

As I held her, my mind drifted back to the shooting at Sandy Hook less than three years earlier. I’d written a piece after that incident, about mothers and fathers holding their dead children in their arms like Mary holding Jesus in the statue La Pieta. I wrote about the pain of losing a child in such a horrific way, the pain of not being able to protect them from something that should never happen

Firsthand accounts and unflinching images provide a glimpse into lives of young people trying to survive and make sense of life in war zones, including Lebanon, Bosnia, Mozambique, El Salvador, and--worst of all--the streets of Washington, D.C.