Mike Dumbleton, Hannah Sommerville
For many refugees the alphabet represents the start of a new language and a new future, but Anisa’s Alphabet is different.
A poignant and highly imaginative telling of one girl’s story which will appeal to children and adults alike. Come with Anisa, and see things through her eyes.
Anisa’s Alphabet is a moving depiction of how a young girl’s life is desolated by war. Told alphabetically in rhyming text, we follow Anisa’s perilous journey from a free person to a stateless refugee.
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Mike Dumbleton is an award-winning picture book writer with nine ‘Notable Books’ selected by the Children’s Book Council of Australia. His book, Muddled-up Farm, was the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year, 2004, and Cat was a CBCA Honour Book, 2008.
MidnightSun Publishing is a small press based in Adelaide dedicated to finding new and unknown voices in Australia and overseas. We publish works in diverse fields and genres including, but not limited to children’s fiction, literary fiction, Young Adult fiction, and short fiction anthologies.