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Where Butterflies Fill the Sky: A Story of Immigration, Family, and Finding Home

Binding: Hardcover
List Price: $18.99
Our Price: $4.00 $3.87 USD
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ISBN: 9781547606511
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Language: English
Page Count: 484
Publication Date: 3/29/2022
Size: 10.37" l x 10.26" w x 0.4
Series: N/A

An evocative picture book debut that tells the true story of the author's immigration from Kuwait to the United States.

Zahra lives in a beautiful place where the desert reaches all the way to the sea and one hundred butterflies always fill the sky. When Baba and Mama tell her that their family is no longer welcome here and they must leave, Zahra wonders if she will ever feel at home again--and what about the people she will leave behind? But when she and her family arrive in a new desert, she's surprised to find magic all around her. Home might not be as far away as she thought it would be.

With spare, moving text and vivid artwork, Zahra Marwan tells the true story of her and her family's immigration from Kuwait, where they were considered stateless, to New Mexico, where together they made a new home.

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