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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.
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.
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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