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Author Ellis, Deborah, 1960- author

Title Parvana's journey / Deborah Ellis
Published Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2002
Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2002, c2000

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Description 199 pages : maps ; 20 cm
regular print
Series Premier's Reading Challenge, 7-9
Ellis, Deborah, 1960- Breadwinner series ; bk. 2
Premier's Reading Challenge, 7-9
Summary Imagine that your house has been destroyed by bombs, your friends have fled or been killed, your mother, sister and little brother are missing, and today you buried your father... This is the reality for Parvana, who sets out alone to walk across war-torn Afghanistan in search of her family. Parvana's Journey is the riveting story of a young girl's talent for friendship, hope and gritty determination despite the ravages of war. Sometimes shocking and sad, always compelling, this novel takes an honest, compassionate look at the situation in Afghanistan, and the courage and resilience that can keep children afloat even in the most terrible circumstances
Notes Sequel to: The breadwinner
Audience For children aged 12-16 years
Subject Taliban -- Fiction.
Taliban.
Taliban -- Young adult fiction
Taliban -- Fiction.
Taliban -- Juvenile fiction.
Families -- Fiction.
Sex role -- Fiction.
Refugees, Afghan -- Fiction
Persistence -- Fiction.
Girls -- Afghanistan.
Refugees -- Afghanistan -- Fiction.
War stories.
Premier's Reading Challenge -- Year 7 - Year 9
Girls -- Afghanistan -- Fiction.
Refugees -- Afghanistan.
Readers -- Afghanistan.
Girls -- Afghanistan -- Young adult fiction
Refugees -- Afghanistan -- Young adult fiction
Women -- Afghanistan -- Social conditions -- Juvenile fiction.
Refugees -- Afghanistan -- Fiction.
Young adult fiction.
Refugees -- Afghanistan -- Juvenile fiction.
Girls -- Afghanistan -- Juvenile fiction.
Afghanistan -- Young adult fiction
Afghanistan -- Juvenile literature.
Afghanistan -- Fiction.
Afghanistan -- Juvenile fiction.
Genre/Form War fiction.
Australian fiction
Juvenile works.
Teen fiction
Premier's Reading Challenge. 7-9
ISBN 9781865089997 (paperback)