The country that shook

The country that shook - children book

Today we met Sophie. Sophie is from the UK and she was one of many who experienced the shocking results of the Nepalese earthquake on 25.04.2015.

As a foreigner it might be easy to digest that traumatic experience as we are able to leave the country fast enough, but still, it is a decisive turning point in everybody´s life. So, instead of going back into the routine of daily life to recover from the psychiatric wounds Sophie decided to get active.


This is the result: A children book about this Nepalese earthquake and her point of view. All the donation goes directly back to Nepal, to the people who suffer the most.

The country that shook

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