Reunited At Last

Author: Sophie Congdon
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In this book, Sophie shares her childhood upbringing and the sacrifices that she made to search for her family in the UK. She cherishes all her childhood friends who are still in contact with her and who she has reunited with after on Facebook. She remembers her father as the 'Best Dad' and she want to leave a memory of his journey. She gives a brief understanding of Ethiopia and the culture and how it has affected her life. Sophie believes that everyone has a different story to tell. All stories are formed from unique and common experiences and journeys which we should cherish no matter what we go through as it can shape our future lives.
Reunited at Last!
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Pages: 108
Authors: Sophie Congdon
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-08 - Publisher:

In this book, Sophie shares her childhood upbringing and the sacrifices that she made to search for her family in the UK. She cherishes all her childhood friends who are still in contact with her and who she has reunited with after on Facebook. She remembers her father as the
Reunited at Last
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