Lost Boy, Lost Girl: Escaping Civil War in Sudan - Study Guide Part Six - Peace Summary & Analysis

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On the day she was going to leave, Martha told her foster parents that she was going to visit a friend for the day. She explained to her sister that Tabitha needed to leave after she did and meet her at the friend's house. Together they hurried to the United Nations compound where they were taken to a tiny plane. The journey was filled with strange experiences from food they didn't know how to eat to moving stairs at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. Tabitha and Martha were joining two other Lost Children headed for Seattle. They arrived on December 19, 2000.

Their new foster family greeted them with a big sign welcoming them. The family gave them gifts and took them to their new home, which seemed very large to them. Many people came to visit on Christmas...

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