"The goofy grin of 13-year-old Najmudin in the final photo lightens the solemnity but strengthens the overall message that these resilient young folk haven't lost their hope of better things to come. (Informational picture book. 8-10)"
A photojournalist and a filmmaker visit "a country at war with itself and a country that has been a pawn in the wars of imperial interests for centuries" and return with compelling portraits of 35 of its boys and girls.
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