Sunday, 14 October 2007

KPE Episode 143: "The Refugees"

"The Refugees" by Janice Marriott.
Tanisha and Keletiola from Room 15 have been reading this book and bring us episode 143. It is the story of a family who have to leave their war-torn country as refugees. A young boy and his sister are separated from their parents and are forced to leave their home, after soldiers ransack it. The children end up in a refugee camp for a month before being allowed back to what remains of their home.


  1. Number one fan AKA Leauma16 October 2007 at 9:29 am

    hey nice podcast you did Kelly and Tanisha. I think you could become famous one day just like me nah just jokes I think about myself to much L.O.L
    any way cool podcast and a good book to read . keep up the good work.
    from Leauma

  2. WOW!I really like that podcast and that book I enjoyed reading it.

    From loa in room


  3. Hi Tanisha and Kelly nice podcast and a good book that you got for your podcast you guys sound great and keep up your good podcasting good work.

    From Janie Rm17

  4. Great podcast you girls.You both got great expression. WOW!!I was amazed to listen to it. Keep up the good and great podcast.

  5. Hey Kelly great podcast it was very cool you guys hav great expression ok see you and keep up the good work!!! from Shonty-lee and Aoina bye

  6. leaumas twin brother24 October 2007 at 10:00 am

    Hey look at me Im posting another comment because I just like you 2 podcasting I sure will try to get that book out of the libary any ways
    awesome podcast.:)

  7. Hi nice podcast Tanisha and Keletiola. Keep up the good work. I think you both put good effort into your podcast.

  8. Hi Keletiola and Tanisha nice podcsst
    and neet voice over by
    from Aoina

  9. Hi Tanisha and Keletiola what an awesome podcast.Keep up the good work. From Ramona

  10. Hi Tanisha and Keletiola

    It's Mrs Lagitupu here with a group of students who have just finished listening to your podcast in 2014! What a great podcast about the story. We have just figured out that these students would have only been about 4 or 5 years old when this podcast was published! Now they are in Year 7 & 8! Thanks girls for sharing, where ever you may be!