Deborah ellis is the author of more than two dozen books, including the breadwinner, which has been published in twenty-five languages and was recently adapted into a feature-length animated film and a graphic novel. The novel the breadwinner by deborah ellis is a book concerning human rights in this novel the main character parvana, an eleven year old girl is living in a one room home with her five family members in afghanistan.
There they confront the challenges of hard work, acceptance by their own people, and economic difficulties brought on by the great depression pam munoz ryan eloquently portrays the mexican workers' plight in this abundant and passionate novel. An interview with deborah ellis interview by andrea maxworthy o'brien canadian writer and political activist deborah ellis, whose work has been translated into 17 languages, gives her readers a realistic portrait of life for women in modern day afghanistan under the taliban regime in the breadwinner trilogy. The first book in deborah ellis’s riveting breadwinner series is an award-winning novel about loyalty, survival, families, and friendship under extraordinary circumstances during the taliban’s rule in afghanistan.
One of the most interesting things about deborah ellis’s new novel, parvana’s journey, is its absence of human antagonistsa sequel to her hugely successful the breadwinner (which has sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide), this new novel follows the same character, parvana, now 13, on her search for her mother and siblings in war-ravaged afghanistan. My name is parvana is the fourth and final installment in the breadwinner series by deborah ellis it follows the perspective of an afghan girl named parvana from two different moments in time one moment is set while parvana is working for a school for girls and the other moment is set while parvana has been arrested by the us military.
The world of the breadwinner and my name is parvana ideas for exploring deborah ellis the family are resilient in the face of their difficulties, and all work hard parvana fetches water every day they struggle to maintain normal family life with its chores. Parvana's journey by, deborah ellis is a continuation of the parvana's trials parvana goes on a journey looking for her family and picks up a few friends along the way parvana goes on a journey looking for her family and picks up a few friends along the way.
The breadwinner, also known as parvana, is a children's novel by deborah ellis, first published in 2000 as of october 2013, the english-language edition of the book has had a run of 39 editions as of october 2013, the english-language edition of the book has had a run of 39 editions.