It's my breadwinner story board for Ms.Whites 1st period.
I know I have to, but I don't know if i'm ready to give up my shalwar kameez.
Parvana's shalwar kameez, was a symbol of sacrifice. This is because, she really loved her shalwar kameez, and her aunt had made it for her, but she also knew she needed to provide for her family, so she sold it for money.
The dried apricots, that Shazia gives Parvana, are a symbol of friendship. This, is because they had been spending a lot of time together, and Shazia wanted to give Parvana something sweet since she knew she had been eating the same thing for lunch.
The Beaded Pen
Hossain's cloths, were a symbol of rememberace for mother. When she held them, she remembered all of the good times when she had all of her family right by her side. She missed him so much, and his cloths were the only thing left behind from him. She probally wouldn't let anyone take them.
The flowers, were a symbol of hope. I know this, because in the book, it states "the flowers will grow tall no matter if the taliban stomps all over them." I think what this is saying, is no matter if the taliban tries to take control of everything, no one should give up hope.
Parvana knew that when Noria left, there was a chance of Parvana never seeing Noria again. Noria was going to a better place, so she could become a teacher. Parvana knew that Noria would have to use a pen, because she needed something to write with in school. Parvana got Noria the pen, so Noria would remember Parvana when ever she uses it. This is a symbol of love between the sisters, because Parvana never wants Noria to forget her.