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Ghost's Journey

A book by Robin Stevenson.

Robin Stevenson

When Indonesia becomes a dangerous place for the LGBTQ+ community, Ghost and her family are forced to leave their home and escape to freedom in Canada.

Ghost's Journey is inspired by the true story of two gay refugees, Rainer and Eka, and their cat Ghost, with illustrations created from Rainer's photographs.

Written by award-winning author, Robin Stevenson, Ghost's Journey is a perfect fit to teach young audiences about family diversity, human rights, and social justice. (From Rebel Mountain Press)

Robin Stevenson is children's book writer from Victoria. She has written more than 25 books for younger readers, including several Pride-themed books, the middle-grade novels The Summer We Saved the Bees and Record Breaker, and the YA novels Blood on the Beach and The World Without Us.

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