Rebels By Accidents by Patricia Dunn features an Egyptian-American teen in our post 9-11 world so disconnected from her culture, she secretly believes she comes from a backward country where people still travel by camel and women walk six steps behind the men.
While living with her grandmother in Cairo, she witnesses a political revolution led by young men and women who use Facebook to organize protests to overthrow their corrupt government. In Tahrir Square, surrounded by thousands of protestors, Mariam finally embraces what it means to be American and Egyptian.
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