'A timely, comprehensive and engaging book which illuminates the diversity and challenges of understanding processes of children's migration.'
Samantha Punch, University of Stirling
'Without either romanticising children's resilience or disregarding their agency, this book places children's voices and views at the centre of a careful and cogent analysis of children's independent migration in West Africa.'
Julia O’Connell Davidson, University of Nottingham
'This impressive work will serve as a foundation for further research that examines the extent to which these narrative accounts generalize beyond the voices found by these authors.'
Eric Edmonds, University of Dartmouth
'A vivid portrait of people's lives within households and villages of Burkina Faso and Ghana.'
Gianna Giannelli, Associate Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Law, University of Florence