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The ones that disappeared / Zana Fraillon
Bib ID 7338585
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Fraillon, Zana, author
 
Description Sydney, NSW : Hachette Australia Pty Limited, 2017 
©2017 
256 pages ; 22 cm 
ISBN 9780734417152 (paperback)
Summary

Esra, Miran and Isa work tending plants in the dark and airless basement of a house they are not allowed to leave. They've been told they belong to the Snakeskin gang, but Esra knows that she belongs to no one - and she is determined to find freedom. A powerful and moving story of three trafficked children searching for peace and hope.

Notes

"A song of coming home"--Cover.

For young adults.

Subjects Child trafficking victims -- Fiction.  |  Child slaves -- Fiction.  |  Young adult fiction.  |  Australian

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