A song for Cambodia

2008by Michelle Lord and Shino Arihara

"A biography of Arn Chorn-Pond who, as a young boy in 1970s Cambodia, survived the Khmer Rouge killing fields because of his skill on the khim, a traditional instrument, and later went on to help heal others and revive Cambodian music and culture"--Provided by publisher

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