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E and her family set out on a raft hoping to find safety and freedom in AmericaMahmoud is a Syrian boy in 2015 With his homeland torn apart by violence and destruction he and his family begin a long trek toward EuropeAll three young people will go on harrowing journeys in search of I borrowed this from our classroom library and once I started I just couldn t stop Then again that is the plight of a reader Refugee is a middle grade historical fiction told through the eyes of three children Josef in 1938 Germany Isabel in 1994 Cuba and Mahmoud in 2015 Syria The book also includes maps of each fictional characters journey and includes a thorough author s note about the history behind the story A compelling story Refugee unveils the circumstances that force people to leave their origin countries and face terrifying challenges as they struggle to find a safe place to live

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Refugee author Alan Gratz

Three different kidsOne mission in common ESCAPEJosef is a Jewish boy in 1930s Nazi Germany With the threat of concentration camps looming he and his family board a ship bound for the other side of the worldIsabel is a Cuban girl in 1994 With riots and unrest plaguing her country sh Thank you to Scholastic and Edelweiss for the digital galley of this title all opinions are my own REFUGEE is hands down the most important upper middle grade book of the year It is the MUST READ read aloud title for every single middle school teacher this coming 2017 2018 school year and I don t say that lightly given that I read so so so many books If WISHTREE by Katherine Applegate is my reuired read aloud for grades 1 4 then REFUGEE is assigned for grades 5 8 Gratz weaves three refugee stories expertly in this tale leaving readers racing to figure out how they are connected in the end Jo

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Refuge All will face unimaginable dangers–from drownings to bombings to betrayals But for each of them there is always the hope of tomorrow And although Josef Isabel and Mahmoud are separated by continents and decades surprising connections will tie their stories together in the e This book was brutal I will not be forgetting it anytime soon I need a few days to think on this one to even figure out how to review it I would highly recommend this book but it does not tread lightly on the harsh realities of the situation If your child is going to try this one I d recommend reading it with them so you can help give them context and talk about what is happening to these children that you are following


10 thoughts on “Refugee author Alan Gratz

  1. says:

    Every ignorant adult should read this and then slap themselves across the face SUCH an important read right now and Alan Gratz told it so brilliantly Young enough for me to lend to my friend's 9yo and powerful enough for him to take it seriously

  2. says:

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  3. says:

    Thank you to Scholastic and Edelweiss for the digital galley of this title all opinions are my own REFUGEE is hands down the most important upper middle grade book of the year It is the MUST READ read aloud title for every single middle school teacher this coming 2017 2018 school year and I don't say that lightly given that I read so so so many books If WISHTREE by Katherine Applegate is my reuired read aloud for grades 1 4 then

  4. says:

    Like RJ Palacio's Wonder this book should be mandatory reading for middle school age kids in America teaching about the horrific plight of refugees There are three separate stories told each of which is sufficient to evoke empathy from reade

  5. says:

    I borrowed this from our classroom library and once I started I just couldn't stop Then again that is the plight of a reader Refugee is a middle grade historical fiction told through the eyes of three children Josef in 193

  6. says:

    I was hesitant going into this one because I wasn't sure how the 3 MC stories would tie together Unfortunately my fears were confirmed While I admire Gratz's attempt at penning a engaging read about a crucially important topic I found the format to be disjointed underwhelming The short chapters made it difficult

  7. says:

    I gave Alan Gratz another chance After loving Prisoner B 3087 absolutely hating Projekt 1065 and Newbery talk for Refugee I figured it was time for redemption This was redeeming enough to make me consider reading other Alan Gratz books in the future especially for the purpose of recommending them to students But it was not redeeming enough to make me change my position that Prisoner was a one hit wonder and all these follow up books with a

  8. says:

    This book was brutal I will not be forgetting it anytime soon I need a few days to think on this one to even figure out how to review it I would highly recommend this book but it does not tread lightly on the harsh realities of the situation If your child is going to try this one I'd recommend reading it with them so you can help give them context and talk about what is happening to these children that you are following

  9. says:

    While the subject matter of this book is compelling I found the format a distraction The super short chapters never let me stay with one narrative long enough to really emotionally connect with the characters That

  10. says:

    I was a bit surprised about this book it's really good but I didn't expect to be this juvenile and that threw me off at first sure the three MCs were teenagers and that should've been enough for me to realize that maybe thi

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