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The children of Iraq

John H. Hollis

The children of Iraq

a pictorial of children living in Iraq"s war zones.

by John H. Hollis

  • 211 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Aegeon Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iraq War, 2003- -- Children.,
  • Children -- Iraq -- Pictorial works.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreChildren., Pictorial works.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS79.76 .H6515 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p. :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16390494M
    ISBN 109781934810095
    LC Control Number2007937824
    OCLC/WorldCa183927364

    In this book, Deborah Ellis turns her attention to the most tragic victims of the Iraq war -- Iraqi children. She interviews young people, mostly refugees living in Jordan, but also a few who are trying to build new lives in North America. Some families have left Iraq with money; others are penniless and ill or disabled/5(9).   Several residents of Duval County, Florida, are protesting the inclusion of two children's books set in Afghanistan and Iraq in the third-grade curriculum of .

    Coloring My Military Life—Book 2 features level two coloring pages with hand-lettering, patterns and designs, and more complex scenes especially appealing to older children, teens, and adults. Best friends, a new school day, air shows, and inventory stickers, these coloring pages are packed with meaningful scenes on many aspects of military life. A few years ago I stumbled across A Child's Geography: Explore the Holy Land, Christian home school material which teaches children the geography of the Holy book has a separate unit which focuses on Iraq, and as a military spouse whose husband has served there, I found this material exceptionally valuable as a resource to teach our military kids.

    Children of the Lamp is a series of Contemporary fantasy novels for senior children as well as adolescents and adults written by the British author P. B. tells the story of twins John and Philippa, as they discover how to act in the world of djinn (genies). The story has a variety of themes, family, adventure, and loyalty being a few. The first book, The Akhenaten Adventure, Author: P. B. Kerr. Iraq, that once had one of the finest education systems in the world and approaching % literacy is struggling to recover from over a decade of violence when many schools were destroyed and many teachers became dead soldiers. There is also conflict between fundamentalist religion and the concept of free and open education for all.


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The author is a journalist and has spent years in Iraq during the time of conflict. You will get a perspective from the American side by reading this book. You will learn about the various groups like Sunnis, Shias, and Kurds.

The True Story About Iraq that the World Knows Nothing About, But Wants to Know. THIS BOOK CONCENTRATES ON IRAQ'S CHILDREN LIVING IN A WAR ZONE AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH PSD, SET, AND MILITARY TEAMS.

Most of the children included in the book left Iraq before the civil war for a variety of reasons. For example, Hibba’s father was threatened by men in masks leading them to leave for Jordan. Michael was a Christian who moved from Baghdad to Mosul to escape the invasion, but then left Iraq due to the bombings and shootings that were taking place in Cited by: 6.

Children’s books set in Iraq. Welcome to children’s books set in Iraq. This is part of our children’s books about Asia bookshelf. Below you will find some fast facts about Iraq, places to see, and kid’s books – of course. Fast Facts about Iraq for Kids. The Republic of Iraq is located in western Asia.

Baghdad is the capital of Iraq. It is an excellent book to introduce children to the war in Iraq in a nonpolitical way and to break some stereotypes: I appreciated the strong but caring Muslim woman and the men who helped her.

Adults will enjoy reading this book with their children, too, because of the good story and the wonderful drawings. (I am a child psychology The children of Iraq book. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month Saving the Books of Iraq (Dragonfly Books) by Mark Alan Stamaty | Feb 9, out of 5.

Children of War: Voices of Iraqi Refugees, written by Deborah Ellis is a book written to tell others about the most tragic victims of the Iraq War, the children. The authors purpose in writing this book is to tell others about how badly war affects people, especially the children.4/5.

Children's Book Tells Tale of Iraq Librarian It's not every day that an illustrated children's book about war is published. But author Jeanette Winter has created a book. The Librarian of Basra is as the subtitle states, A True Story From limited text and folk art-style illustrations, author and illustrator Jeanette Winter relates the dramatic true story of how one determined woman helped save the Basra Central Library's books during the invasion of d in picture book format, this is an excellent book for 8 to year-olds.

The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq: I really enjoyed this book. It is important for readers to think about how people in other countries are impacted by events, such as war, from other perspectives. Many children know of the war in Iraq but from the American perspective/5.

Dont Shoot the Clowns is the account of one womans experience of living with Iraqi -people during the war and its aftermath. An intense and engaging story, it combines the reality of a country coping with invasion and occupation with the extraordinary story of the traveling circus set up to bring clowning and laughter to the children.4/5.

Books shelved as iraq-war-fiction: Sparta by Roxana Robinson, Spoils by Brian Van Reet, Escape from Baghdad. by Saad Hossain, Fives and Twenty-Fives by M.

The Amiriyeh civilian shelter is in a smart residential district about five miles to the west of Baghdad. It was completed in during the war with. The following is a presentation given in the Dialogue sessions of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, May “ Line up the bodies of the children, the thousands of children — the infants, the toddlers, the schoolkids — whose bodies were torn to pieces, burned alive or riddled with bullets during the American invasion and occupation of Iraq.

Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq is a powerful indictment of the largely unreported effects of United Nations sanctions following the Gulf War – most strikingly, thechildren among more than one million Iraqis who died in almost 10 years of sanctions, figures verified by UNICEF (the United Nations Children’s Fund.

The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq. Jeanette Winter, Author and Illustrator. Harcourt, Inc., Juvenile Literature, Suitable for: Grades Themes: Libraries, Saving books, War, Middle East. Opening/Synopsis: “Alia Muhammad Baker is the librarian of Basra, a port city in the sand-swept country of Iraq.

Her library is a meeting place for all who love books. War and continuing violence in the country have had a serious impact on children’s education. According to UNICEF studies, 3 million children do not attend school on a regular basis, and million children are out of school.

In addition, half of all schools in Iraq are in need of urgent repairs. No other book I’ve read takes us closer to the lives of the people there, breathing a much-needed human dimension to understanding life in Iraq. The Iraq. Poppies of Iraq is Brigitte Findakly’s nuanced tender chronicle of her relationship with her homeland Iraq, co-written and drawn by her husband, the acclaimed cartoonist Lewis Trondheim.

The Children’s Book Council (CBC) is the nonprofit trade association of children’s book publishers in North America, dedicated to supporting the. Because much of the strength of the three books lies in the photography, young children can get an inclusive view of these lands regardless of reading ability or grade level.5/5(2).

Iraqi graduates have an advanced knowledge of complex subjects such as chemistry, math (algebra, calculus), biology and other scientific fields of study.

The official educational cycle in Iraq extends to 12 years, including 6 years of mandatory primary education, which starts from the .My first book, The End of Iraq, was partly a memoir of my experience in Iraq and Kurdistan. Unintended Consequences looks at what emerged from the Iraq War, a war that President George W.

Bush said was intended to combat an “Axis of Evil,” by which he meant Iraq. In this book, we will be taking a closer look at the Iraq War, which was fought from Almost 4, American soldiers died during the war, and anot were wounded.

OverIraqis, both soldiers and civilians, would eventually die in /5(5).