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Updated: 2/19/2020
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Storyboard Text

  • Window Woman
  • ?
  • Flowers
  • Apricots
  • Throughout the book Parvana was noticing that there was gifts falling on her head at the market gifts such as a necklace and a bead of some sort, the gifts were from the window woman.
  • Parvana's Shalwar Kameez
  • Parvana had placed flowers to let the Window Woman know that she was leaving. The flowers were a symbol of the town, Kabul.
  • Pen
  • Shauzia gave Parvana apricots, Parvana loved it because it was the closest thing to candy. And it was a memory of her past times because she was able to eat candy until the Taliban came.
  • Malali
  • You're my little Malali.
  • The Shalwar Kameez was a since of hope because it was when Parvana " changed into a boy" this was a since of hope because she could make more money.
  • Parvana gave Nooria a pen to remember her little sister.
  • Father says throughout the book " You're my little Malali ''. From this Parvana gains hope and tries to be that little Malali throughout the book.
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