The Middle of Everywhere moves beyond the headlines, into the hearts and homes of refugees from around the world. Her stories bring to us the complexity of cultures we must come to understand in these times.Harcourt is donating a portion of the proceeds from this book to the Pipher Refugee Relief Fund of the Lincoln Action Project. Available Resources. Download Images; Reader's Guide; Related.
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Editorial Review Though Lincoln, Nebraska, seems a strange gathering place for refugees from all corners of the globe, it is the setting for Mary Pipher's The Middle of Everywhere, an ardent, anecdotal, and at times moving study of some new arrivals to the United States.Pipher emphasizes the resiliency of the refugees--from Laos, Bosnia, Northern Iraq, Sudan, Afghanistan, and the former Soviet.
Get this from a library! The middle of everywhere: the world's refugees come to our town. (Mary Bray Pipher) -- Offers the tales of refugees who have escaped countries riddled by conflict and ripped apart by war to realize their dream of starting a new life in America, detailing their triumph over adversity.
The Middle of Everywhere tells us about the refugees and immigrants that Mary Pipher met in, of all places, Lincoln, Nebraska. Now, I grew up in the Los Angeles area, so I’m used to the people around me looking different from me and speaking a different language. But Mary Pipher looks much more closely at refugees and their challenges and strengths than I ever did. She begins the book by.
The Middle of Everywhere moves beyond the headlines into the homes of refugees from around the world. Working as a cultural broker, teacher, and therapist, Mary Pipher has once again opened our eyes-and our hearts-to those with whom we share the future.
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