In order to be safe from the violent conflict in Sudan, Sangoel has left his homeland and has moved to a refugee camp. Eventually, he and his mother and sister are able to resettle in America. Although they are welcomed and treated with kindness, Sangoel is frustrated by how often people say his name wrong. He comes up with a creative solution this and his new friends at school join in the fun of learning how to say each other's names.
Awesome book and greatly enjoyed it . Good for any age to read.
An awesome book! Young refugee, Sangoel, finds a creative way to teach everyone in his new country the correct pronunciation of his name while honoring his heritage at the same time. I highly recommend it!
IrishMoon thinks this title is suitable for 4 years and over
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