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The Day War Came (2018)

af Nicola Davies

Andre forfattere: Rebecca Cobb (Illustrator)

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A powerful and necessary picture book - the journey of a child forced to become a refugee when war destroys everything she has ever known. Imagine if, on an ordinary day, war came. Imagine it turned your town to rubble. Imagine going on a long and difficult journey - all alone. Imagine finding no welcome at the end of it. Then imagine a child who gives you something small but very, very precious ... When the government refused to allow 3000 child refugees to enter this country in 2016, Nicola Davies was so angry she wrote a poem. It started a campaign for which artists contributed drawings of chairs, symbolising a seat in a classroom, education, kindness, the hope of a future. The poem has become this book, movingly illustrated by Rebecca Cobb, which should prove a powerful aid for explaining the ongoing refugee crisis to younger readers.… (mere)
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A child's town is attacked because of a war and she travels and travels until she comes to a school where she is told she cannot attend. The children of the school bring her and other refugee children chairs so they can sit and come to class. The girl loses all of her family and travels alone for miles and miles before she finds the school she is not initially welcomed at. This story is incredibly sad and while it is about a refugee child, unlike The Journey which is another story about refugees, this little girl is all alone with no family. The kindness of the other students is what the little girls says will drown out the war in her heart. The war is not over but these kind acts will help her get through the war. ( )
  bosargetaylor | Sep 26, 2020 |
The Day War Came is an excellent book to discuss so many different areas. My class and I explored the sensory details and poetic style. Empathy and understanding for those displaced by war and finding those with a kind heart who celebrate our differences. ( )
  lflareads | Jun 27, 2020 |
The Day the War Came shares the central message of always helping those in need. Nicola Davies wrote this book to spread awareness on refugees through the perspective of a child.

I loved this book because it is written from the perspective of a child refugee. Davies is descriptive in what the child experiences. This will allow readers to be able to feel and imagine what the child is going through. Davies also utilizes short sentences that of a child would use. I also liked the illustrations that this book had to offer, and the colors used help depict the message. For example, the beginning of the book is more colorful while during the war a lot of dark colors and black is used. ( )
  ryun2 | Mar 20, 2020 |
This book is sensitive book. I think this book should be read to older grades. Children younger than 6 will not comprehend the true meaning of this story. Yet if read to children younger than 6 I think the lesson should be acceptance. No matter where they come from and who they are they should be accepted
  Galiana.Carranza | Nov 16, 2019 |
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An absolutely beautiful story that penetrates the heart and seeds hope when there is little of it.
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A powerful and necessary picture book - the journey of a child forced to become a refugee when war destroys everything she has ever known. Imagine if, on an ordinary day, war came. Imagine it turned your town to rubble. Imagine going on a long and difficult journey - all alone. Imagine finding no welcome at the end of it. Then imagine a child who gives you something small but very, very precious ... When the government refused to allow 3000 child refugees to enter this country in 2016, Nicola Davies was so angry she wrote a poem. It started a campaign for which artists contributed drawings of chairs, symbolising a seat in a classroom, education, kindness, the hope of a future. The poem has become this book, movingly illustrated by Rebecca Cobb, which should prove a powerful aid for explaining the ongoing refugee crisis to younger readers.

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