How Far We've Come

How Far We've Come

 
Kiadó: Simon & Schuster Children's UK
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Kötetek száma: Paperback
 
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A termék adatai:

ISBN13:9781398511026
ISBN10:1398511021
Kötéstípus:Puhakötés
Terjedelem:336 oldal
Méret:197x129x19 mm
Nyelv:angol
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Rövid leírás:

From debut author, Joyce Efia Harmer, comes&&&160;a groundbreaking YA story of friendship and freedom that crosses continents and centuries, in a timeslip novel exploring the legacy of slavery.

Hosszú leírás:
A groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed debut novel of friendship and freedom that crosses continents and centuries, in a timeslip story exploring the legacy of slavery, selected as The&&&160;Times&&&160;Children&&&39;s Book of the Week.

Sometime, me love to dream that me is a human, a proper one, like them white folks is.

Enslaved on a plantation in Barbados, Obah dreams of freedom. As talk of rebellion bubbles up around her in the Big House, she imagines escape. Meeting a strange boy who’s not quite of this world, she decides to put her trust in him. But Jacob is from the twenty-first century. Desperate to give Obah a better life, he takes her back with him. At first it seems like dreams really do come true – until the cracks begin to show and Obah sees that freedom comes at an unimaginable cost . . .

Hopeful and devastating, this powerful novel about equality, how far we’ve come, and how far we still have to go, introduces an extraordinary new literary voice.

Praise for&&&160;How Far We&&&39;ve Come:

‘A powerful exploration of racism, solidarity, friendship, freedom and hope’ Laura Bates

‘One of the most impressive young adult debuts of the year. This gripping novel takes a nuanced look at the legacy of slavery, injustice and inequality in today&&&39;s world’ Observer&&&160;
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‘Both hopeful and heartbreaking, this gripping book turns a searchlight on the changing faces of injustice through time’ Guardian
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‘A brilliant idea and a powerful debut’ The Times,&&&160;Children’s Book of the Week
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‘A seriously impressive debut. Read it now’ Irish Times

‘A powerful, ambitious, unforgettable read about freedom, rebellion, love and hope’ Liz Hyder
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‘A gut punch of a debut, this book is both vital reading and a call to arms’ Laura Wood

‘Compassionate, brave, authentic, educational. Everyone should read it’ Abiola Bello