Deborah Ellis Writing Career, image, Pic. 1, List of pictures: Pic. 1.…
Deborah Ellis Writing Career
She started writing at 11 or 12 years old
She was inspired by her travels
Understanding the paskistan children context
She became a feminist and a promoter of peace
Looking for X, 1999
Eleven-year-old girl that has twin autistic brothers, also she will deal with a false accusation of school vandalism
A Company of Fools, 2002
A story about friendship, courage and the importance of resisting hypocrisy and despair
The Heaven Shop, 2004
A novel for young adults about an AIDS orphan in Africa who searches for her siblings
No Safe Place, 2010
15-year-old Abdul has made a long, fraught journey from his war-torn home in Baghdad, only to end up in the jungle, after losing eveyone he loves
No Ordinary Day, 2011
Valli, an orphan girl from the coal mining town of India, who decides run away after being mistreated by the family who has raised her.
True Blue, 2011
Jess, a seventeen-year-old who struggles to find the moral courage to remain loyal to her best friend who has been accused of murdering an eight year old girl at summer camp
The Cat at The Wall, 2014
The cat in this is story was once a north american girl before dying, now she will decide whether help a little boy in a Palestinian house or not
She had no formal training to be a writer
Instead, she began by documenting the lives of women in Pakistan and created books about them
List of pictures:
Pic. 1. Pajamapress.ca. (w.d).
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Pic. 2. Patch, N. (November 17, 2017).
Breadwinner author Deborah Ellis remains hopeful.
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