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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American / Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:128

Echoes of the Lost Boys of Sudan

by James Disco and Susan Clark

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Overview
We were young boys when war broke out in our country. We had been living peacefully with our families in different villages. Then the armies from the north attacked, and we ran for our lives. We escaped with hundreds of other young boys, running from the dangers we had just seen into dangers we had never witnessed before. We kept each other alive as we fled to freedom. This book is the record of our escape.
Description
We were young boys when war broke out in our country. We had been living peacefully with our families in different villages. Then the armies from the north attacked, and we ran for our lives. We escaped with hundreds of other young boys, running from the dangers we had just seen into dangers we had never witnessed before. We kept each other alive as we fled to freedom. This book is the record of our escape.
About the author
James Disco is a pioneer in human rights sequential art as both an author and comic-book creator. He has appeared on BBC Radio, NPR, and the Dallas–Fort Worth public radio station KERA. His work has been featured in Newsweek, Huffington Post, and Dallas Morning News. James is a certified tennis instructor and a member of the Professional Tennis Registry. He teaches tennis for the Dallas Tennis Association’s award-winning inner city National Junior Tennis and Learning program for underserved children. When off the court, James coordinates human rights art events in the Dallas–Fort Worth area.

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