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  1. Sep 16,  · In “Walking Home” by Eric Walters he shows the journey of a family who gets split apart trying to find a safe place away from the war. Muchoki a 13 year old boy who wants to find more about the war in his village. Is trying to become a leader for his family. His mother and father have died and now it’s only him and his sister.4/5().
  2. Walking Home is a gentle treatment of tribal violence in East Africa. Written for children, Walters covers the brutal violence in a way that is not graphic yet conveys both the magnitude and the far-reaching effects of the terror that children like Muchoki and Jata experience. A country is seriously affected when entire families are destroyed.
  3. Directed by Robert Stevens. With Rod Serling, Gig Young, Frank Overton, Irene Tedrow. A man travels back in time to his childhood, arriving just a few miles away from his native town.
  4. Walking Home. Two students from different countries meet on the last night of their school trips to Italy. Connected in dislike for their farewell parties, initial distance and reservation between them quickly turn into bonding and rapport.
  5. My practice stems from walking and includes painting, photography, books and digital media. I am interested in how people interact with rural and urban environments. Current work reflects research themes of space and place, relationships between sites, notions of home and social network, the everyday, psychogeography and walking as art practice. .
  6. Walking Home book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Life was falling apart. Within the space of three years, Sonia Choque 4/5().
  7. A Walking Song lyrics. Upon the hearth the fire is red, Beneath the roof there is a bed; But not yet weary are our feet, Still round the corner we may meet. A sudden tree or standing stone. That none have seen but we alone. Tree and flower and leaf and grass, Let them pass!
  8. Walking Home. “Set in both the wilds and slums of Kenya, a powerful story about a brother and sister’s brave journey to find a place to call home.” —Penguin Randomhouse. year-old Muchoki and his younger sister, Jata, can barely recognize what’s become of their lives.

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