The Breadwinner By Deborah Ellis And The Birchbark House By Louise Erdrch

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The book by the Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis and The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrch has several similarities that can be comparison. For instance, both characters have suffered through some difficulties. Also, both characters have to work hard to support their parents. In addition, both character paly very significant role for their parents. Omakaya is a 7 year old an Ojibwa Native American girl and Parvana 11year-old Parvana both who faced life circumstances for her family Who is respect, friendly and easy going and sacrifices for their parent in tire young age.

Omakayas is an eight-year old anishable girl lives with her parent in Minnesota around 1849. Omakayas secret, which she don’t found out since she was baby that she doesn’t have blood relationships to her family. She was the only survivor of Ojibwa, all of whom died throughout a smallpox epidemic on Spirit Island. She has had special qualities that make her unique in her life. She is friendly girl and outgoing. Omakayas and her family have lived on the Island of the Golden Breasted Woodpecker. Each season all family do something different forex ample, during summer time the family builds a new birch bark house and on fall they go to ricing camp to harvest and feast. They also move to the cedar house before the first snow arrives, and they celebrate the end of the long cold winters at maple sugaring camp. In addition, the little Omakayas life is become phenomena. For example while she was picking berries…

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