The Other Side of Truth

The life and death danger of opposition to dictatorship, the plight of refugee children, the courage of speaking up, and the potential of journalism to bring a story to the public, are all woven into this powerful novel told from the perspective of twelve year old Sade who with her younger brother Femi finds herself alone in England - far from her father in hiding in their home country of Nigeria, and realizes she may be the only chance the family has to survive. Winner Books for Older Children, 2002.


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