After the murder of their mother, twelve-year-old Sade and her younger brother are smuggled out of Nigeria by their journalist father to escape the corrupt military government and growing violence. They are sent to their uncle in London, but when they arrive, he is missing and they are abandoned, passed between foster homes. Their father escapes to England to find them -- but he will be sent back to Nigeria unless Sade can find a way to tell the world what happened to her family.
Winner of the Carnegie Medal (2000) and a Silver Medal winner of England's Smarties Book Prize, Beverly Naidoo's new novel explores the issues of family, exile, and freedom wtih eloquence and stunning realism.
|Awards and prizes||Carnegie Medal 2000 Nestle Smarties Silver Award 2000|
|Used book||Used book, excellent condition - there are a couple of underlined words on the first couple of pages, otherwise in brilliant condition.|
|Age interest||12+ years|
|Genre||Coming of age|
|Dimensions (cm) L X W||20 X13|
The Other Side of Truth by Beverley Naidoo
- Product Code:Antikvár - Used Books - Young adult , 12+ years
- Availability:In Stock