This is the powerful story of a young brother and sister who flee Nigeria when their mother is brutally murdered. They go to England and get into foster care. Life is a struggle, but they are determined to find their father. They have each other and courage and determination. Twelve year old Sade and her ten year old brother, Feme, are smuggled into England by a woman who subsequently takes the money and abandons the children into their own care. Now it's up to Sade to deal with the challenges in their new life that include echoes of her old life as she must face gangs, survive in foster care and search for her father who is an illegal immigrant and in hiding. Courageous and poignant. 272 pages Ages 10 -14
The Other Side of Truth
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