Barrington Stoke

My Name is Not Refugee (Picture Book – Barrington Stoke)

Barrington Stoke

My Name is Not Refugee (Picture Book – Barrington Stoke)


Product Code: BR004

Age: 3y+

14 in stock



Winner of the V&A Illustration Awards 2016

A much-needed, lovely book for small children which explains the refugee crisis in a simple, child-friendly way– Jacqueline Wilson

A little boy travels with his mother from their home in a war-torn country to a safe haven far away. An award-winning picture book tackling the uncertainty, worry, exhaustion and boredom of life for refugee children and celebrating the bond between parent and child. Many spreads include direct questions for the reader, encouraging empathy and reflection – what would you do if this happened to you?

The little boy in My name is not Refugee is emblematic of the children caught up in the refugee crisis today – described by many as a ‘children’s crisis’. Over a million Syrian children find themselves in his position, and Kate Milner addresses all the complexities of the European migrant crisis for a young but inquisitive audience, in a touching, timely and tender book.

Download resources on how to use this book in the classroom here.

Paperback: 32 pages

ISBN: 9781911370062

Dimensions: 25.2 x 0.9 x 26.3 cm

Written & Illustrated by: Kate Milner

About the author:

Kate Milner studied illustration at Central St Martin’s before completing an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at Anglia Ruskin University. Her work has been published in magazines, and her illustrations and prints have been shown in London galleries and national touring exhibitions. Kate won a V&A Illustration Award in 2016 for My name is not Refugee.