An inspiring story of a young asylum seeker’s struggle to build a new life with his family in Britain told with wit and heart from Catherine MacPhail.
At last, Omar’s family are safe and have somewhere to live. But life in a new country isn’t easy and life on the estate is proving even harder thanks to Sam. Sam’s always there – in Omar’s tower block, in his class, and in his face. He wants to push Omar around, but Omar’s not giving up on his new life and he’s ready to push back.
A beautifully repackaged edition of this pertinant and multi-layered tale of resilience in the face of prejudice.
CATHERINE MACPHAIL is the award-winning author of over thirty books for children including Run Zan Run and Roxy’s Baby. She has won numerous awards including the Scottish Children’s Book Award which she has won twice.
Children’s & educational
Paperback - B format
8 - 12
Children's, Teenage & educational