'Home' features hand-inked cartoons beautifully brushed by Cambodian artist Sao Sreymao.
"I was captivated by the vibrant brushwork of Sao Sreymao, which literally draws you in to the lives of the characters and brings the complex web of issues unfolded in the text to vivid and unforgettable life. You must read this book... These words and pictures may help you refocus on how to really make young Cambodian lives better, by enabling children to stay with their families.
Founder and International Director of Friends International
As an Ethiopian adoptee, I’m in awe of this heartfelt and insightful book which humanizes children living in orphanages, explains the advantages of reuniting families, and honors the first families who would keep their children if only they had some basic support.
...speaks directly and powerfully to the heart, with an important message about what HOME really means. Allow the tale of these vulnerable children to sink in. Truly an important work.
Founder and Director, Alongsiders International
In this brave and important story, Sao Sreymao uses powerful imagery to take the reader into the world of Po and Ti, two children who find themselves separated from their families and living in an orphanage – a story that will be familiar to millions of children around the world. Andy Gray’s photographs shine a light on the bonds of love found in traditional Cambodian family homes, which – sadly – children in even the best orphanages miss out on.
Founder and Director, Cambodian Children’s Trust
(From her Introduction to the print edition)