Imprint:Groundwood Books - Toronto
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 10 - 14, Grade (US) 5 - 9
Dimensions:8.13in x 5.38 x 1.11 in | 0.72 lb
Page Count:440 pages
"All girls [should read] The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis." — Malala Yousafzai, New York Times
The three books in Deborah Ellis's Breadwinner trilogy bound into one handsome volume
Deborah Ellis's novels The Breadwinner, Parvana's Journey and Mud City have been a phenomenal success, touching the hearts of readers the world over.
Here are the three books bound into one handsome volume -- for readers new to Deborah Ellis and for those who would like a collector's edition for their libraries.
DEBORAH ELLIS is the author of the international bestseller The Breadwinner, which has been published in twenty-five languages. She has won the Governor General’s Award, the Middle East Book Award, the Peter Pan Prize, the Jane Addams Children’s Book Award and the Vicky Metcalf Award. A recipient of the Order of Canada, Deborah has donated more than $2 million in royalties to organizations such as Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan, Mental Health Without Borders, the UNHCR and the Children in Crisis fund of IBBY. She lives in Simcoe, Ontario.
...a book...about the hard times - and the courage - of Afghan children. - Washington Post
[The books in the Breadwinner trilogy] are terrifying indictments of what war can bring to children and a powerful testaments to the ingenuity and strength of young people in times of terror. - Book Links
...an exceptional story that enlightens the reader about circumstances beyond comprehension and helps students understand that all of us in this global community share the same hopes, dreams, and fears. - Resource Links
...hands-down, Newberry Medal worthy...This was a fantastic read. - Washington Times
A great kids' book...a graphic geopolitical brief that's also a girl-power parable. - Newsweek
This is an important and compelling story for young people... - Today's Librarian
Deborah Ellis would like to tell kids in war-torn countries that the war is over and they can live through this and that she hopes the world can learn from its previous mistakes - Rebecca Bloomfield, The Denver Post