Mornings in Jenin

Title Mornings in Jenin
Names Abulhawa, Susan.
Abulhawa, Susan. Scar of David.
Length 12 hours, 9 minutes
Book Number DB117381
Title Status Active
Narrator Toren, Suzanne.
Language English
Annotation "Palestine, 1948. Half a million Palestinians are forced from their homes. A mother clutches her six-month-old son as Israeli soldiers march through the village of Ein Hod. In a split second, her son is snatched from her arms and the fate of the Abulheja family is changed forever. Forced into a refugee camp in Jenin and exiled from the ancient village that is their lifeblood, the family struggles to rebuild their world. Their stories unfold through the eyes of the youngest sibling, Amal, the daughter born in the camp who will eventually find herself alone in the United States; the eldest son who loses everything in the struggle for freedom; the stolen son who grows up as an Israeli, becoming an enemy soldier to his own brother. Mornings in Jenin is a devastating novel of love and loss, war and oppression, and heartbreak and hope, spanning five countries and four generations of one of the most intractable conflicts of our lifetime." -- Provided by publisher. -- Unrated. Commercial audiobook.
Medium Digital Books
Audience Notes Female narrator. NLS/BPH
Unrated. NLS/BPD
Local Subject Unrated - UNRAT
American fiction - Pre 1970 - 813
American literature in English - 810
LC Subject Palestinian Arabs - Fiction
Arab-Israeli conflict - Fiction
Refugees, Palestinian Arab - Fiction
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
Jenin - Fiction
Palestine - History - Partition, 1947 - Fiction
Fiction
Fiction
Historical fiction
War stories
Call Number 813.6 AFI
Released 2024
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress, 2024.
Original Publication Reissue of: London ; New York : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010. 9781526654762
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