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Call Me Aram

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Fitzhenry and Whiteside

ISBN: 1554550017
Author: Marsha Skrypuch

Aram Davidian, like his fellow orphaned Armenian refugees, is delighted with his new home on a farm in Georgetown, Ontario. How will their extended families find them 1 specific day if each of the boys have new identities? But in spite of the excitement his new surroundings, Aram worries about his young friend Mgerdich, who was injured on the long trip to Canada and is recovering in France. Even when their translator assures them that their hosts want only the best for the boys, Aram can not accept the name David Adams. When Mgerdich finally arrives at the farm, a relieved Aram finds the courage to lead the boys in a gentle revolt. Together, they need to find a strategy to convince the Canadians adults that the boys, as grateful as they are for their new lives, they can not forget their old ones. And what is more worrying is that he and also the other boys have been assigned new English names. They must preserve their names.


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