In the event of drunks breaking the Company’s window, Windrider stays calm and offers to help rebuild it. When Moon Shadow was getting bullied, he stayed calm and then later stood up to the bully but at the end showed sportsmanship. Lastly, when the authorities were being unfair to the Tang men, the company stood up to them and threatened to leave if they didn’t get the fair treatment they deserved. In the situation where someone treats you unfairly or makes fun of you based on how you look, take Moon Shadow’s and Windrider examples and remain calm and don’t overreact. Look at the examples of how to handle bullying and discrimination Moon Shadow and WIndrider show us in the book Dragonwings, by laurence
Dragonwings is a book about a boy named Moon Shadow and his dad, Windrider. It’s a historical book written by Laurence Yep. The main characters are Moon Shadow and his dad,who push through many obstacles using knowledge, to survive and accomplish Windrider’s dream. Moon Shadow’s father taught Moon Shadow many things, like the english language. Windrider teaches Moon Shadow how knowledge is power through language, practical skills and dreams.
so in this section i learned what his name meant. wind rider is moonshadows father and they left their family back in china while on the search in california the reason that the whole family couldn't come is because they did not have enough money. But let's cut to the chase jase so moon shadow has been asking his dad but his dad had been stalling but now he has told him what what is means and he said “it's the name he got before birth. In this section the default question is black dog has been causing trouble what trouble may he cause in the future. so currently blackdog has been causing trouble with the thing that happened on the hill.
Robb, however, is a stubborn teenager, deciding his sisters lives, Sansa and Arya, are not worth letting Jaime Lannister go free. “The Dothraki named the comet shierak qiya, the Bleeding Star”. Daenerys believes this burning star is showing her the way to go. She is now a widow, and mother to three dragons; Rhaegal, Viserion, and Drogon. She travels with a small Dothraki group with Ser Jorah by her side.
On the Island of Warfront, a tiny and terrified draconoid, who looked no older than eight years of age, was being dragged by her bound wrists behind a tall, dark skinned man who went by the name of Krogan. The small dragon was wearing a light black tunic and baggy black pants, hardly covering her old scars, burns and ripped ears. Her wild black hair, large green eyes, and the fact that she doesn’t even reach up to the man’s waist would’ve been found adorable by Krogan, if he hadn’t known who this dragon was. This small draconoid was known as Nightstar “Night” Anarkian Bloodlust, Heir to the Draconic Throne and Warchief of the League of the Ashen Flame. “Stop lagging behind!
During Tayo’s last night on the mountain, there are numerous stories told but he is most enlightened with the story about defeating evil witches with mythical magic. In the text, it states, “ The witchman stepped through the hoop he called out that he would be a wolf. His head and upper body became hairy like a wolf But his lower body still human. ‘Something is wrong,’ he said. ‘Ck’o’yo magic won’t work if someone is watching us” (Silko, 230).
“...a giant hawk—come wailin up over the meadow…” In this line, the male hawk has come to defend his deceased mate, but despite his struggles he dies by Granddaddy’s hammer. “Then Granddaddy’s other hand flies up like a sudden and gentle bird, slaps down fast on top of the camera and lifts off
In the 2003 novel, The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, by Stephen King, starts the journey of Roland Deschain, the last Gunslinger. This is the first book of eight in a series which tells the story of the Dark Tower. Roland is on a quest to find the Man in Black, and he encounters humans, demons, and many unearthly beings throughout his travels. In the middle of the desert, Roland encounters a boy named Jake Chambers, who, like anyone else, he does not think he can trust. Despite this, Roland decides he likes Jake, and many characteristics are expressed about Roland and the way he thinks.
She had never before seen the meadow by moonlight. They lay serene and still, wrapped in thin veils of drifting mist. She found the path quite easily. … ‘Hannah dear,’ she said, struggling to control her panting breath. ‘Wake up!
The Outsiders surrounds the story of Ponyboy, who is stereotyped as a Greaser. Each character in these three stories all think differently about their identity when they come across troubles. Andy, from “On the Sidewalk Bleeding”, changes the way he thinks he is: “If he died, he was Andy. He was not a Royal. He was simply Andy, and he was dead” (Hunter 3).