Winnie Yeung, author
Winnie Yeung has been an English Language Arts teacher for ten years. Homes is her first book. She lives in Edmonton, Canada, with her black pug, Zoe.
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah, author
Abu Bakr al Rabeeah is currently a high school student in Edmonton. After three years of living in Canada, he enjoys his life here but he also dreams of a future where he can return to help rebuild Iraq and Syria.
- From a safe distance, the violence of the Syrian civil war is too vast and grotesque to grasp. How does one comprehend the deaths of 500,000 people, after all? Homes grants readers an intimate view of the war through the eyes of a ten-year-old boy as he struggles to play, pray, and survive as his world collapses around him. Homes stands as one of those rare books that manages to find humanity in the inhumane and, in the end, says more about love than war. - Marcello di Cintio, author of Walls: Travels Along the Barricade
- This charming and warm-hearted book is a refugee story like no other. A captivating read. - Deborah Campbell, author of A Disappearance in Damascus
- Shortlisted, 2019 Alberta Book Awards, Trade Non-Fiction
Rights Holder: Freehand books
rights available: World, excl. Canada
number of pages: 220
publication date: 05/01/2018
Original language of pub: English
Materials Available: complete manuscript