The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis

December 12th, 2014 by

The Breadwinner Deborah EllisSubmitted by Zeenat, Age 10 from OTHER

Rating: ★★★★½

Breadwinner Book review

The breadwinner is about a girl and her family who live in Afghanistan. Parvana the protagonist struggled under the oppression of the Taliban. The major themes in the book are violence against people, human rights, lack of egalitarianism , and [inequality]family.She has some important relationships within’’s the text such as the friendship between Parvana
and Shauzia, her siblings and Parvana and her family.This genre is realistic fiction.

The author Deborah Ellis I like her writing style because she explains like Parvana mom cut Parvana’s hair and put Hassain’s clothes. This book reminded me of Malala because Parvana is just like Malala. This is history of what is happening in Afghanistan. The
book was amazing. She adds lot of good juicey described words. The
author makes the characters believable because she described them well. What I liked the author’s writing style when she described the words it felt like if were there because she described hot windy it created a image in my head.

I found the book very describing and good words.My favourite parts
were the friendship between Parvana and Shauzia, and when the dad
came back Parvana was so happy it created an image in my head.I will rate this 8/10 because some parts I did not understand. I will
recommend this book to people who love to read chapter books. The age group I will recommend is 8 and up.

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