Trees In The Pavement Paperback
by Jennifer Anne Grosser;
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Trees In The Pavement
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When Zari first arrived in East London, she had wondered about the trees. She had never seen any fields and farms in London, like there were at home in Kosovo. But there were more trees. Or at least you noticed them here. In Kosovo, there were entire forests, but no one thought about them because they were, well, just there.
In London, the trees look uncomfortable growing out of the pavement - as if they were refugees in a foreign country, too.
Zariís story takes you from the fighting in Kosovo to the concrete streets of the city of London Ė but there is conflict here too. You canít leave problems behind just because you leave your country as a refugee in the back of a lorry full of cheese! Making friends is a minefield in itself - and the secrets she discovers in the family just add to the trouble.
War, peace, faith, and nationality Ė everything is changing in Zariís life.
Itís not just the trees that are feeling uncomfortable.
Jennifer Anne Grosser moved to London, England in her 20ís to work with refugees. She lives back in the United States, where she is surrounded by trees (none of which are growing out of the pavement) and wishes she had a dog. She works in a coffee shop getting to know the people of Worcester, Massachusetts, and trying to love Jesus better and better. Trees in the Pavement is her first book.
Trees In The Pavement by Jennifer Anne Grosser was published by Christian Focus Publications in May 2008 and is our 33328th best seller. The ISBN for Trees In The Pavement is 9781845503420.
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Details for Trees In The Pavement
|Page last updated||4th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jennifer Anne Grosser|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (May 2008)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 8 years up to 12 years|
|Number of Pages||176|