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Janet Graber Illustrator Scott Mack Genre Fiction Children s Literature Guided Reading Level 33 MuktarGraber Illustrator Scott Mack Genre Fiction Children s Literature Guided Reading Level 33 Muktar
an 11 year old efugee from Somalia who is living in11 year old efugee from Somalia who is living in orphanage between Kenya and Somalia Muktar dreams of a time before his parents passed away *and a drought caused him to leave the place he called home His parents taught him the benefits *a drought caused him to leave the place he called home His parents taught him the benefits camels how their milk could be used to make cheese hair woven to make clothing and dung to fuel a campfire Muktar longed to have a chance to tend to camels again one day until a librarian arrives at his orphanage with camels delivering books One of the camels is injured and Muktar is given the esponsibility to care for the camel Both stories Muktar and the Camels and Escape from Aleppo are about children efugees who are separated from their parents Muktar s parents have passed away and he is now living in an orphanage Nadia is sear. Muktar lives in an orphanage on the border of Kenya and Somalia He daydreams about his old life with his family and especially tending to camels One day visitors arrive bearing books and Muktar's friend Ismail .
Ching for her parent s as she is still trying to escape the war in her homeland Both characters are strong willed dreamers as they are determined to create a better future but *ALWAYS DREAMING ABOUT THEIR PAST THEY *dreaming about their past They experienced similar circumstances as the both had to flee their home during time of war Muktar s home was also experiencing a significant drought Nadia lived in southern Asia just north of where Muktar lived in Africa Both characters are very inspiring as they never gave up despite their hardships Muktar lives in a very poor orphanage on the border of Somalia and Kenya where he dreams about his old life
"roaming the desert "the desert his family and longs to work with camels once again One day a man comes a with books for the children carried by camels Seeing that one of the camels is injured Muktar heals the wound and after proving himself is asked to care for the camels and become the man s assist. S excited; so is Muktar but for a different eason the visitors are Jacques Prevert riding on camels Muktar uickly discovers that one of the animals is injured andealizes this is his chance to prove himself If
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INTERJECTION OF KENYAN VOCABULARY AND REFERENCESof Kenyan vocabulary and eferences traditional foods The illustrations are helpful in providing children here in America a visual for the life of a child across the *world The book serves as a much needed window into the life of a young boy who *The book serves as a much needed window into the life of a young boy who very differently from children in the United states I eally enjoyed this book and think that it would be great for children to ead and learn about children unlike themselves Beautiful illustrations wonderful story great for a peek at life in Kenya and Somalia Muktar lives in an orphanage after his parents die All he wishes for is to take care of camels like he did with his family while his parents were alive I liked this story of a boy who misses his life with the camels Even though he lives in an orphanage and is sad about all his family having died he misses his life as a nomad working with camels. NgMuktar knows it is camels Through the eyes of an endearing protagonist whose love and espect for animals shines this beautifully told story introduces young
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