Based on a true story, this compelling novel tells an incredible tale of courage, resilience and hope, about a Sudanese boy who survives civil war, a treacherous journey and many years in a refugee camp before finding peace.
Dr Terry Whitebeach is a Tasmanian writer, historian and community artist who has performed, presented conference papers and taught creative writing in community, workplace and educational settings. Her publications include poetry, radio plays, novels for young adults and biographies or life histories. Trouble Tomorrow is her fourth collaborative project with Sarafino Enadio.
Sarafino Enadio is a Ma'di man from South Sudan who has been working in conflict resolution for almost 20 years, having trained as a peace educator during his time in a refugee camp in Kenya. After migrating to Australia, he completed a teacher's aide course and a BA from the University of Tasmania, and is now studying for a Masters Degree. A leader in his local community, he is also choirmaster for the African choir in Hobart. He has jointly authored two picture books and a memoir.