In Syria, children bear witness to as much horror and violence as adults. The Migration Policy Institute estimates that 79 percent of Syrian children have experienced a death in the family and 60 percent have witnessed violence. At a Syrian refugee camp in Turkey, this trauma is reflected in the drawings of children who are participating in a program to help them adjust to life in their new country. Mixed in mundane landscapes—clouds, trees, and triangle-roofed houses—are scenes of death and violence. In thick red marker, Tesnim Faydo, eight, sketches a mother weeping for her wounded daughter. Others simply draw their homes in Syria and many say they hope one day to return. Gays Cardak, six, who uses a blue pen to draw himself, hopes to become both a doctor and engineer so that he can heal and rebuild his country.