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Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family's Journey
by Margriet Ruurs
Orca Book Publishers
4.6 stars
5 Reviews

Ordinary stones tell beautiful stories about the difficulties of families leaving an old home behind for a new one.


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5.0 stars

The clever use of rocks to illustrate the story was a good idea. The story felt real as did the characters. A sad war story with a positive ending.

Jun 26
5.0 stars

I liked this book because I learned that some people have to leave their homes and its sad but in the end its happy. And I liked the rock pictures.

Jun 23
4.0 stars

It’s a nice story but it’s also very sad. I wish that wars would just end :’(

Jun 22
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