Maluak’s Cows

Maluak’s Cows Posted January 8, 2017

Maluak’s Cows

A story about the Lost Boys of Sudan

Maluak's Cows is a book about the journey of the Lost Boys of Sudan. It is written by Maluak Chol, and Illustrated by Bol B. Aweng.

Maluak's Cows is available for $15 plus shipping. Scroll down to see a preview and ordering information.

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Publisher: One Love Publishers
Illustrator: Bol B. Aweng
ISBN: 9780615413112
List Price: 10.00
About the Book

Maluak’s Cows is about a journey of hope. Between 1987 and 1989, 35,000 young boys fled their homes in Southern Sudan to escape the brutality of civil war. Maluak, one of the Lost Boys, tells his story, beginning with his tranquil life in his village and making clay cows, to hearing bullets and seeing bombs light up the sky around him as his village was attacked. This was the beginning of a journey that would take him many miles from his home. After years in refugee camps and struggles to make sense of an imperfect world, many of the Lost Boys have transformed their tragic past into an inspiring and hope-filled story for people all around the world. Join their journey of hope!

Proceeds of the sale of this book will help fund the Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan.

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About the Author
Bol Aweng

Bol Aweng is Maluak's cousin and another Lost Boy of Sudan.  While in a refugee camp in Kenya, he developed his art skills on his own from his memory and imagination, using material available in the camp.  Many of his paintings tell the journey of the Lost Boys, which he calls "The Journey of Hope".  He graduated from The Ohio State University in 2009, where he majored in Fine Arts (for more information about Bol's art, his website is Bol returned to his home in Southern Sudan in 2007 and 2010.  He, along with Jok Dau, are currently raising funds to build a health clinic in their village of Piol.  Bol lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife, daughter, and son.