Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time indian character story board.
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Arnold is a small Indian boy who is very artistic and has a lisp and stutter. Arnold is significant because the book is surrounded by him. " I also had a stutter and a lisp. Or maybe i should say I had a st-st-st-st-stutter and a lissssssssththththp. (page 4)
Rowdy is a very tough kid, he is a fighter and a great friend to Arnold. Rowdy is significant because he is Arnolds best friend and always protects and is loyal to him. " Then Rowdy snuck in, shaved off their eyebrows, and cut off their braids" (page 22)
Roger is a white boy at Rearden high who bullies Arnold. He is significant because he bullies Arnold and he get punched in the face and his nose starts to bleed and he was on the floor. " So i punched Roger in the face. He wasn't laughing when he had landed on his ass." (page 65).
Mom and Dad are two parents who trust their son Arnold by letting him move schools to go to Rearden. They are significant because they're Arnold's parents and they allow him to change schools to Rearden. " It's going to be hard to get you to Reardan, Dad said. We can't afford to move there. And there aint no school bus going to come out here. You'll be the first one to ever leave the rez this way, Mom said." (page 47).
Grandma always has a bandanna on her head, always, has a belt that belonged to Arnolds grandfather who died when Arnold was a baby. Grandma is important because he gives really good advice to Arnold. "You see, you men and boys are like packs of wild dogs. This giant boy is the a;pha male of the school, and you're the new dog, so he pushed you around a bit to see how tough you are" (page68).
Eugene is an Indian best friend of Arnold's dad and he looks like a normal Indian that rides a motorcycle with no helmet. Eugene is significant because he gave Arnold street cred because people thought he was cool because he rode on a bike. " Wow, he didn't kick my ass. He was actually nice. He paid me some respect" (page 72).
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