Throughout the book, Parvana becomes more mature and selfless. By becoming a boy, Parvana realizes that she has more responsibilities than she could ever bare.
Maryam is greatful towards Parvana and is amost like her right hand woman. As her sister, Maryam shows her appreciation for everything that Parvana does for her, whether its taking her for a breath outside or going to the market for food.
ENCOURAGING & EMPATHETIC
Parvana's mother plays an ambitious and rebellious character when it comes to a disagreement and I can't help but wonder if it's because she carries the strain of taking care of four children on her own without wondering if she'll ever see herself a writer again.
ADVENTUROUS & ENERGETIC
Throughout the book, Nooria starts to confide in Parvana and becomes more hopeful of the future. Maybe Mrs. Weera has an effect on her and gives her a greater hope of finishing school and becoming a teacher.
When Mrs. Weera finds Parvana in the market, she enters their home and gives them hope, especially Mother and Nooria, showing sympathy and hope.
Shauzia plays an adventurous character-the kind of girl that doesn't want to stick o the same routine , but to explore her other options.