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Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family's Journey
by Margriet Ruurs
Orca Book Publishers
4.0 stars
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Ordinary stones tell beautiful stories about the difficulties of families leaving an old home behind for a new one.

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2.0 stars

I think that the idea was great, but the story itself wasn’t the best. It could have been longer with more details,I think, but author, I an just a kid, so don’t take my opinion to heart. And also, illustrator, I like how you made those rock people seem so real, I wish I could do that.

Jul 26
5.0 stars

Good book

Aug 20
5.0 stars

imagine how hard it was to struggle through war and how long they walked CHILDREN BABIES

Aug 16
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