Harry Bittering and his family have gone to live on Mars. Yet Harry feels out of place like he doesn't belong and things are different. So he wants to go back to Earth, when he begins to see changes in the environment he is in.
Sometimes, change triggers fears. At other times, when humans learn to accept the change, they discover more advantages the disadvantages.
"Forget the map, it's Tirra now. Now I found a place in the Pillan Mountains-"
"Dark they were and Golden eyed" -Ray Bradbury
No, you're lying! The rockets will come back!
Change can be scary, but you know what is scarier? Allowing fear to stop you from Growing, Evolving, and Progressing." - Mandy Hale
"What is happening? What is it? We've got to get away from this."
Mr. Bittering was afraid of the change of the mountains names because he thought if everything changed we would all have to adapt to change and he was scared of change
I think the conflict has the most impact on the theme out of the three on the strot board because Mrs. Mcmillin says "the conflict always has a direct connection with the theme"
"Mr. Bittering was scared they would have to stay their and change their way of life"
The change on Mars was scaring him because he didn't know how to handle it and wanted to run away."