Immigration stories of children

At night, in a crowded room, somewhere in Africa...

"Guys, I have a dream for you," says Babatunde,
only five years old, but a lot of crazy ideas, rarely liked by his brothers.
"Another one?" asks with sarcasm one of them, the closest among those who try to fall asleep. "Do you never get tired?"
"This time is a good one."
"So the last time," says another kid. "Then, fortunately, you did understand that building a submarine is science fiction."
"No, this time it's all natural."
"Let him speak," says the oldest brother, "otherwise we won’t sleep tonight."
"Thanks bro."
"Don’t thank me, and hurry up, I want to sleep."
"You know the whales?"

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Stories of immigrants, migrants and refugees (stories inspired by true events from Stories and News Network) by Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher, italian author, playwright, storyteller, stage actor and director.

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