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Boys Without Names

Sheth, Kashmira (Book - 2010 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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Eleven-year-old Gopal and his family leave their rural Indian village for life with his uncle in Mumbai, but when they arrive his father goes missing and Gopal ends up locked in a sweatshop from which there is no escape.
Authors: Sheth, Kashmira
Title: Boys without names
Publisher: New York : Balzer + Bray, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 316 p. ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Kashmira Sheth
Summary: Eleven-year-old Gopal and his family leave their rural Indian village for life with his uncle in Mumbai, but when they arrive his father goes missing and Gopal ends up locked in a sweatshop from which there is no escape.
Awards & Distinctions: A Junior Library Guild selection
ISBN: 0061857610
9780061857614
0061857602
9780061857607
Branch Call Number: j SHETH 2010
Subject Headings: India Juvenile fiction Bombay (India) Juvenile fiction Missing persons Juvenile fiction Sweatshops Juvenile fiction
Topical Term: Missing persons
Sweatshops
LCCN: 2009011747
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Eleven-year-old Gopal and his family leave their rural Indian village for life with his uncle in Mumbai, but when they arrive his father goes missing and Gopal ends up locked in a sweatshop from which there is no escape. gr. 4-7


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Gopal’s family moves to modern day Mumbai in search for a better life. After his father goes missing Gopal is tricked by a local boy who promises him wages and he ends up in a sweat shop working long days for no money. This is a moving story of child slavery with a hopeful ending.
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Aug 26, 2011
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Gopal’s family moves to modern day Mumbai in search for a better life. After his father goes missing Gopal is tricked by a local boy who promises him wages and he ends up in a sweat shop working long days for no money. This is a moving story of child slavery with a hopeful ending.

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