Salih — A Refugee Story of Hope by Inda Ahmad Zahri – #readilearn

Today it is my great pleasure to introduce you to author Inda Ahmad Zahri and her debut picture book Salih.

Salih will tear at your heartstrings and fill you with hope as we follow a journey from a war-ravaged home to a new land of promise.

About Inda Ahmad Zahri

Inda Ahmad Zahri believes in a world of wonder. Her stories are inspired by natural and cultural gems curated from her travels and lovingly added to her Malaysian heritage.

She is also a surgical doctor, swapping her writer’s hat and paintbrush for scrubs and scalpel when duty calls.

About Salih

Like a turtle, Salih carries his home on his back. He must cross a raging sea in search of a safe home. Salih paints his happiest memories and sends them as messages in bottles. Will someone find them and understand? Will Salih find a new home?

My response to Salih

I was captivated by the blurb (shared above).

It immediately tugs at our hearts. We feel Salih’s pain and his need, his hope upon hope that someone will understand and that he will find a new safe home.

When there are so many displaced people in our world, our communities and our classrooms, this book provides us all with an opportunity

Continue reading: Salih — A Refugee Story of Hope by Inda Ahmad Zahri – readilearn

22 thoughts on “Salih — A Refugee Story of Hope by Inda Ahmad Zahri – #readilearn

    1. Norah Post author

      Thank you, Robbie. You too. We have a long weekend here, which is good because I have two writing workshops – one on Saturday and one on Sunday – and lots to catch up on. 🙂

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  1. Patricia Tilton

    I love to find immigration stories to share because each is very different. Their stories need to be told. Sounds like a beautiful story of bravery, hope and perseverance. Like how the author/surgeon is serving in so many different ways. Look forward to checking out her book!

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    1. Norah Post author

      It did come up on Amazon for me, Pam. I’m not sure if it will come up on US Amazon. Perhaps the publisher would send internationally if you asked. Or I could send it to you. 🙂

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