This is the scene where Jonas first sees a color, and that color is red. In which he sees the color while throwing a apple back and forth with Asher. When he saw it he thought his eyes were playing tricks on him. I find this significant, because this is where he first starts to 'see beyond'. I made this scene black and white because he has yet to see any other color other than red
In this scene, The Giver is comforting Jonas. Jonas is crying, because he had just learned what being released means, and starts to break down. The part that made him break down the most was his dad being the one to kill the baby, ignoring its cries. I think this is significant because it's kinda like a turning point that made Jonas leave the community.
In this scene, it's where Jonas and Gabe are on the hill at the end of the book, with the sled. They are both cold, pale, frostbitten, starving, and near death, when they end up on that hill and Jonas sees the sled, and he gains enough strength to stand up and sled down the hill with Gabe. I chose this scene because I think it's important because it's the story's ending, and it struck a cord in me, and I wanted to know how it was going to end the book with here.