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Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan.

Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan by Mary Williams Illustrated by R. Gregory Christie Lee & Low Books, May 2005 $17.95, ISBN 1-584-30232-1 Ages 7 and up

"The story is about a boy whose city gets attacked by a war. He joined a group of boys who were fleeing from the war. They divided themselves into groups and traveled to a country where they could be safe. Their belief in God kept them going until they found safety. I can't really relate to the characters or the events, but I enjoyed the book. I learned about something I never knew about before. I liked the artwork because it has a lot of detail, and it is easy to picture where they were and what they were doing."

--Reviewed by Cameron, age 8, second grader
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Publication:Black Issues Book Review
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Date:Nov 1, 2005
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