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Synopsis:

Chiko isna (TM)t a fighter by nature. Hea (TM)s a book-smart Burmese boy whose father, a doctor, is in prison for resisting the government. When Chiko is forced into the army by trickery, he must find the courage to survive the mental and physical punishment meted out by the training facilitya (TM)s menacing captain.

Tu Reh cana (TM)t forget the image of the Burmese soldiers burning his home and the bamboo fields of his oppressed Karenni people, one of the many ethnic minorities in Burma. Now living in a Karenni refugee camp on the Thai border, Tu Reh is consumed by anger and the need for revenge. He cana (TM)t wait to join his father and the Karenni resistance in the effort to protect their people.

Chiko and Tu Reha (TM)s stories come to a violent intersection as each boy is sent on his first mission into the jungle. Extreme circumstances and unlikely friendships force each boy to confront what it means to be a man of his people.

Set against the political and military backdrop of modern-day Burma, Bamboo People explores the power of courage and compassion to overcome violence and prejudice.

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ISBN:
9781455803996
Author:
Perkins, Mitali
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Subject:
Children s-General
Subject:
Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20110331
Binding:
COMPACT DISC
Language:
English

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Young Adult » Fiction » Social Issues » Prejudice and Racism
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"Synopsis" by , Chiko isna (TM)t a fighter by nature. Hea (TM)s a book-smart Burmese boy whose father, a doctor, is in prison for resisting the government. When Chiko is forced into the army by trickery, he must find the courage to survive the mental and physical punishment meted out by the training facilitya (TM)s menacing captain.

Tu Reh cana (TM)t forget the image of the Burmese soldiers burning his home and the bamboo fields of his oppressed Karenni people, one of the many ethnic minorities in Burma. Now living in a Karenni refugee camp on the Thai border, Tu Reh is consumed by anger and the need for revenge. He cana (TM)t wait to join his father and the Karenni resistance in the effort to protect their people.

Chiko and Tu Reha (TM)s stories come to a violent intersection as each boy is sent on his first mission into the jungle. Extreme circumstances and unlikely friendships force each boy to confront what it means to be a man of his people.

Set against the political and military backdrop of modern-day Burma, Bamboo People explores the power of courage and compassion to overcome violence and prejudice.

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