Daughter Of The Wind



Shabanu Lives With Her Family In Pakistan, In A Society That Denies Women Any Independence At 12 Years Old, She Is Already Betrothed Then Tragedy Strikes And Shabanu Must Choose Between Her Own Dreams Of Freedom And Her Family And Culture.Daughter Of The Wind

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Daughter Of The Wind book, this is one of the most wanted Suzanne Fisher Staples author readers around the world.

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Daughter Of The Wind  ✈ Suzanne Fisher Staples – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • Daughter Of The Wind
  • Suzanne Fisher Staples
  • English
  • 17 October 2017
  • 0744590116

10 thoughts on “Daughter Of The Wind

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Shabanu Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Female Servitude.Imagine that you are a woman, and you are living in a large house with several female roommates You all have your own room, and you share the common areas amicably All is well But then, suddenly, you have another roommate The Male Gaze Male Gaze moves into your house He doesn t have a room of his own, so he takes over the common areas, and slowly the rest of the house M.G eats all your food, drinks milk from the carton, Shabanu Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Female Servitude.Imagine that you are a woman, and you are living in a large house with several female roommates You all have your own room, and you share the common areas amicably All is well But then, suddenly, you have another roommate The Male Gaze Male Gaze moves into your house He doesn t have a room of his own, so he takes over the common areas, and slowly the rest of the house M.G eats all your food, drinks milk from the carton, leaves his laundry everywhere, and never pays his rent on time Moreover, he has a strange way of making you all feel physically and mentally inferior, unwanted save for that one biblical purpose, and all in all less of a woman Obviously, M.G is a shitty roommate and ...

  2. says:

    Read this one when i was 14 and it really made a big impression on me I loved learning about the other culture and still thought it was highly relatable I still remember it well to this day Didn t know it was a series Will check those out

  3. says:

    An amazing look at the life of a Pakistani girl who has grown up in the desert When she reaches marriageable age, content with the knowledge that she will marry one of her cousins, family tragedy and upheaval leads to her being used as a ...

  4. says:

    Since I started reading again, I always try to read as diverse as I can to expand my reading And it is indeed very interesting to read about the life of an 11 year old Pakistani girl who s got a lot on her plate at a very young age.Shabanu is the daughter of a camel farmer Her family grows and takes care of camels as a means of living Sh...

  5. says:

    This is one of those books that I thought was SOOOOO GOOOOOD.when I was 12 I m afraid to read it again, as my taste has probably changed since then I like keeping in my childhood capsule of memory untarnished and stil favored You know what I m talking about I watched Flight of the Navigator the a few years back I was SOOOOO GOOOOD, too Uh, no Lame, annoying and I ll never watch i...

  6. says:

    I will admit that I had a really hard time getting into it The pace was extremely slow until about page 150, when the action started I also wonder if American teenagers would really be able to relate in any way to this book Though some might be able to make the connection of Shabanu s desire for freedom to their own lives, so many of the details seemed a little difficult to relate to After all, we re talking about a culture where girls get married as soon as they get their first period and a I will admit that I had a really hard time getting into it The pace was extremely slow until about page 150, when the action started I also wonder if American teenagers would really be able to relate in any way to this book Though some might be able to make the connection of Shabanu s desire for freedom to their own lives, so many of the details seemed a little difficult to relate to After all, we re talking about a culture where girls get married as soon as they get their first period and are expected to bear children as teenagers It s a culture where fathers beat their daughters and it s considered normal, and children have no say in their own lives It certainly is eye opening to read about this sort of culture I m just not sure if teenagers would really appreciate it As far as whether it is authentic or realistic I personally don t know this culture very w...

  7. says:

    Shabanu and the sequels are important books for the world we live in because they describe a proud, independent people who are now in the midst of what will be a long, horrible war The image of Pakistanis as either terrorists or helpless refuges are popular with news and entertainment just watch Ironmanfor all that I love movies with explosions I was horrified and saddened by that movie Shabanu is the youngest daughter of desert people her description of her family She loves the desert Shabanu and the sequels are important books for the world we live in because they describe a proud, independent people who are now in the midst of what will be a long, horrible war The image of Pakistanis as either terrorists or helpless re...

  8. says:

    Phulan, your beauty is great But beauty holds only part of a man, and that for just so long Keep some of yourself hidden You can lavish love and praise on him and work hard by his sideBut the secret is keeping your innermost beauty, the secrets of your soul, locked in your heart so that he must always reach out to you for it Sharma, Shabanu Daughter of the Wind, P 217 You can add...

  9. says:

    This is a very good YA book and a fascinating look at nomadic life in India Shabanu is a pre teen She prefers to take care of her family s camel herd rather than sit around, cover herself, and talk about weddings like her older and very much engaged sister Most of the novel is about her sister s upcoming wedding and the gathering of a dowry Things go terribly awry and the ending is a major change of plans Also, some great stuff about camels I had no clue they had huge tongues that enlarged This is a very good YA book and a fascinating look at nomadic life in India Shabanu is a pre teen She prefers to take care of her family s camel herd rather than sit around, cover herself, and talk about weddings like her older and very much engaged sister Most of the novel is about her sister s upcoming wedding and the g...

  10. says:

    kinda feel like this was not appropriate for the intended age range, and also. you should maybe not write a novel whose primarily purpose is social critique of a society you don t belong to just my opinion

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *