"the teacher cleared his throat, which drew the boys' attention to the front of the room again. He continued the lesson from where he had left off.Then- CRACK! POP-POP-CRACK! ACK-ACK-ACK-ACK-ACK-ACK Gunfire! 'Everyone DOWN!' the teacher shouted. Some of the boys moved at once, ducking their heads and hunching over."
"Her mother was nursing the baby, Nya's little brother. 'Take akeer with you', her mother said, nodding toward Nya's sister. Glancing at her younger sister, Nya did not say what she was thinking: that Akeer, was only five years old, was too small and walked too slowly. 'She needs to learn', her mother said. Nya nodded. She picked up a plastic container and took Akeer by the hand." In this picture, Nya walks to a far away pond just to get water for her family and taks her little sister with her showing leadership.
In this story picture, Salva is traveling through Sudan trying to get away from the was and be safe. In the book, 'A Long Walk To Water', it states, "BOOM! Salva turned and looked. Behind him, a huge black cloud of smoke rose. Flames darted out of its base. Overhead, a jet plane veered away like a sleek evil bird. In the smoke and dust, he couldn't see the school building anymore. kHe tripped and almost feel. No more looking back; it slowed him down. Salva lowered his head and ran."