Breadwinner Series Collection 5 Books Set By Deborah Ellis (My Name is Parvana, Parvana's Journey, Mud City & The Breadwinner, One More Mountain)
Breadwinner Series Collection 5 Books Set By Deborah Ellis (My Name is Parvana, Parvana's Journey, Mud City & The Breadwinner, One More Mountain)

Breadwinner Series Collection 5 Books Set By Deborah Ellis (My Name is Parvana, Parvana's Journey, Mud City & The Breadwinner, One More Mountain)

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Introduction 

Embark on a powerful literary journey with the Deborah Ellis 5 Books Collection Set, featuring a compelling series of narratives that delve into the lives of young protagonists facing extraordinary challenges. This collection includes:

Titles in this Set:

My Name is Parvana
Parvana's Journey
Mud City 
The Breadwinner
One More Mountain

Description 

Parvana's Journey:
Parvana's father has died, and her mother, sister and brother have gone to a faraway wedding, not knowing what has happened to the father. Parvana doesn't know where they are. She just knows she has to find them.

Mud City:
Parvana's best friend from The Breadwinner, Shauzia, has escaped the misery of her life in Kabul, only to end up in a refugee camp in Pakistan. But she still dreams of seeing the ocean and eventually making a new life in France.But escape is not so easy. Once she leaves the camp, she has no money, no food, and only her dog Jasper for company.

One More Mountain:
It's 2021, and the Taliban have regained power in Afghanistan. Parvana and Shauzia, the brave protagonists of The Breadwinner, must now flee to escape new dangers from an old enemy.It has been 20 years since Parvana and Shauzia had to disguise themselves as boys to support themselves and their families. But when the Taliban were defeated in 2001, it looked as if Afghans could finally rebuild their country.

The Breadwinner:
Parvana's father is arrested and taken away by Taliban soldiers. Under Taliban law, women and girls are not allowed to leave the house on their own. Parvana, her mother, and sisters are prisoners in their own home. With no man to go out to buy food, they face starvation.

My Name is Parvana:
In this stunning sequel, Parvana, now fifteen, is found in a bombed-out school and held as a suspected terrorist by American troops in Afghanistan. The army major thinks she may be a terrorist working with the Taliban. Parvana does not respond to questions in any language and remains silent.

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