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The river of the long water

  • 237 Pages
  • 2.60 MB
  • English
Mickler House Publishers , Chuluota, Fla
Osceola County (Fla.) -- His


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Statementby Alma Hetherington.
LC ClassificationsF317.O7 H47
The Physical Object
Pagination237, [29] p., [1] leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4437523M
ISBN 100913122092
LC Control Number79092112

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On some pages the mud streaks are thicker and darker while on others they are thinner and more mottled, evoking. Water. The central symbol of A Long Walk to Water is, unsurprisingly, water. The main characters in the book are desperate for water, and will go to great lengths to find it.

Nya spends hours every (read full symbol analysis). Park weaves two stories together: that of Nya, a young girl from Sudan inand that of Salva, a Sudanese boy whose story begins in the s and continues into the s. In Nya’s story, she is of the Nuer tribe.

Her responsibility is to walk to the pond twice a day every day to fetch water for her family; it is a long, hot walk, but water is scarce in the : Linda Sue Park.

"A Long Walk to Water" is primarily based on two stories that the author weaves together very skillfully. The first story is of Nya, a girl from Sudan, and the second story is of Salva Dut, a Sudanese boy.

Salva Dut's story begins in s and continues into the s, and Nya's story covers the time period between and Nya belongs to. A Long Walk to Water Questions and Answers. The Question and Answer section for A Long Walk to Water is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the : Linda Sue Park.

A Long Walk To Water Text-Based Discussion Questions Pre-Reading: 1. What do you notice about how the text is laid out.

What do you notice about the type. The dates. The titles. Etc. Why do you think the author made these choices. Look closely at the map at the beginning of the book. What do you notice. What do you wonder. Size: KB. The A Long Walk to Water quotes below are all either spoken by Uncle Jewiir or refer to Uncle Jewiir.

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Uncle told Salva that they would cross the river in order to get to Ethiopia and continue their journey. Salva was sitting on his boat in the Nile River.

It was boring because there wasn't much to see-just water and more water. The group paddled for hours. Salva wanted to sleep, but he wouldn't let himself because he was worried if he did, he would fall over the side of the boat.

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A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park is based on a true story. The book tells the stories of Nya who lives in Southern Sudan in and Salva who lived in Southern Sudan in Each chapter begins with Nya’s story and jumps to Salva’s story.

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The boy, Salva, becomes one of the "lost boys" of Sudan, refugees Brand: HMH Books.Boxwood Gulch Ranch US Box Shawnee, CO A Long Walk to Water is a short novel written by Linda Sue Park and published in It includes the true story of Salva Dut whose story is based ina part of the Dinka tribe and a Sudanese Lost Boy, and the fictional story of Nya whose story is based ina young village girl that was a part of the Nuer used this book as a platform to support Dut's .