Sunday, March 26, 2017

Where Will I Live? by Rosemary McCarney

Just as she did in The Way to School, Rosemary McCarney captures the experiences of children around the world in Where Will I Live?  McCarney, Canada's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the U.N., spotlights countries around the world where refugees have been displaced due to war and conflict.  What a scary experience, especially for children.

McCarney's photographs capture both the uncertainty and fear of the children, and the joy and optimism that many share.  Even in the worst of circumstances, children still forge friendships with their peers and find time to play.  Most kids never have to endure the kinds of experiences the kids in Where Will I Live? go through.  For that vast majority of children (and adults) Where Will I Live? provides colorful examples to inspire us to be thankful for national and residential stability.  More importantly, McCarney inspires us to think about how we, individually and as a nation, might be able to help refugee families.

Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the complimentary electronic review copy!

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