NEW YORK (AP) — The reflections of a 12-year-old refugee from the Russian invasion of Ukraine shall be revealed this fall. Yeva Skalietska’s e book is named “You Don’t Know What Battle Is: The Diary of a Younger Lady from Ukraine.”
Union Sq. & Co. will launch her account Oct. 25.
“Everybody is aware of what the phrase ‘warfare’ means, however virtually nobody is aware of what this phrase actually represents,” Skalietska mentioned in a press release launched Wednesday. “I need the world to know what we’ve skilled.”
Skalietska’s e book begins along with her twelfth birthday, shortly earlier than the Russians attacked on Feb. 24. She had been residing in Kharkiv along with her grandmother when the bombing started. (Yeva’s dad and mom separated when she was a child, and her grandmother has raised her).
“She describes the bombings they endured whereas sheltering underground, and their determined journey to West Ukraine. She shares her confusion about why the Russians would assault them, since she speaks Russian and follows a lot of their customs,” based on Union Sq.’s announcement.
“After many limitless practice rides and a protracted keep in an overcrowded refugee heart in Hungary — as a result of a number of nations in Europe refused them entry — Yeva and her beloved grandmother finally discover refuge in Dublin, the place she bravely begins to forge a brand new life, hoping she’ll be capable of return residence sooner or later,” the writer mentioned.
Union Sq. will donate a portion of the proceeds to Ukraine refugee organizations.
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