Choose your own destiny and step into the shoes of a Somalian boy escaping war-torn Mogadishu for Australia in 2011 - the next book in this exciting interactive adventure series.
To find freedom, you must leave behind everything you've ever known.
It is 2011. You want nothing more than to be a journalist in Somalia you're your aunty. But the truth can be dangerous - and when you and your little sister are left alone, you find yourself facing life-and-death choices at every turn.
Can you escape a terrorist organisation and find a safe place to call home? You'll be asked to cross a desert on foot, hide below deck in a leaky boat, and put your life in the hands of people smugglers.
At every turn, the choice is yours. How far will you go for freedom?
About the Author
Emily Conolan is a writer and teacher, who is also known for her humanitarian work. For her role in establishing a volunteer support network for asylum seekers in Tasmania, she has been awarded Tasmanian of the Year, Hobart Citizen of the Year, and the Tasmanian Human Rights Award. The stories of courage and resilience she has heard in the course of her work with refugees, combined with tales from her own family history, inspired her to write the Freedom Finders series. Emily has never escaped from terrorists or risked her life on a leaky boat, but she has been inside immigration detention and does own a pen with a secret compartment inside.
Series: FREEDOM FINDERS
For Ages: 9 - 13 years old
For Grades: 4 - 6
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: 28th March 2018
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.8