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Adila, where are you? is an educational picturebook made by Marjolein Witte en Maaike Kramer (Collective KEES) and thirty children in the age between four and twelve that lived in a refugee centre in Zeist. The book is written in three languages: Dutch, English and Arabic. All income goes to projects with refugee children. You can buy the book here.

Adila, where are you? Adila suddenly has to flee her country. Her dad is missing, but along with her mother, brother and sister Adila flees to The Netherlands. There she goes to live in a refugee centre and dreams about having a house of her own. A safe place for her and her family.