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"But the people in the south were of different religions and did not want to be forced to practice Islam. They began fighting for independence from the north." Chapter One, p. 7

"They went in the opposite direction from the rebels, for wherever the rebels went, there was sure to be fighting." Chapter Two, p. 12

"Home for just long enough to eat, Nya would now make her second trip to the pond. To the pond and back - to the pond and back - nearly a full day of walking altogether." Chapter Four, p. 20

"Their region was inhabited by large herds of antelope, wildebeest, gnus - and the lions that preyed on them." Chapter Five, p. 31

"Nya could see the questions in her mother's face every morning: Would they be lucky again? Or was it their turn to lose someone?" Chapter Six, p. 34

"The Nile: the longest river in the...

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