Boy On The Wooden Box Analysis

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Essential to overcoming adversity is the ability to cause change in yourself and others. In the book, Boy on the Wooden Box, by Marilyn J. Harran and Elisabeth B.Leyson, Leon has to learn that he can’t just wait for his problems to go away and not do anything, to overcome his adversity he needs to work hard, not lose hope, and stay determined. This helps him to survive the Nazi oppression because he never gave up so he kept striving forward. Ultimately, Harran and Leyson show us that hope, hard work, and determination can give you the strength to accomplish your goals.. Being scared and weak can help you understand to not take life for granted. In the beginning, Leon is carefree, innocent, and isn’t concerned until it’s too late. “ Little

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