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The Roses in My Carpets
Rukhsana Khana

Illustrated by Ronald Himler
re-released 2001.
Toronto: Stoddart Kids
27 pp.

Reviewed by Sheila O’Keefe-McCarthy

the roses in my carpet
A rose, to a young refugee boy, symbolizes life as it should be. He is a sponsored child that has the opportunity to learn the weaving trade to enable him to support his widowed mother and little sister.


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