This book is the story of a girl and the times in her life that is laced with AIDS how she dealt we what other people thought about her and her family. Chanda goes anyway and finds that if is like a home and the people there understand them. It helps the people their get the weight of their shoulders, but the society thinks that when you go there you are a dirty and a bad person.
And Chanda s secret Mrs Tafa supports them in front of the public and welcomes them home, not letting the fact that they have AIDS affect how she treats them, she realizes the secret that she Most people think that when someone is near death Chanda s secret should leave them to die in peace, alone.
The daughter suspects this and goes to Tiro to find her mother. Appropriate for ESLD and up. It is narrated by a sixteen-year-old girl any teenager in the developed world could relate to, who is dealing with the enormity of the problem firsthand.
It takes place in an imaginary country, in an average African city and shows the scale and all the complexity of the problem. She was ashamed of it so she denied that she had AIDS to her children and walked away.
This taught us a good life lesson, when we face the truth we feel better and more complete, but if we deny it and stint the people who need help than we will never feel like everything is ok. It craned its neck towards us. The black birds show death and bad luck, just like the stork gave them a blessing, the black birds are giving her a curse.
The welcome center throws back that curtain. Using that foot as a sign begging for forgiveness. He does this by using symbolism and metaphors.
She finds her very sick and brings her home. So face the truth. But netherless, her mother was free from her denial. Due to fantastically executed but limited themes, probably better for independent reading than a class novel. We learn that people fight for what they love and this shows her strength to accept AIDS and not deny it.
The society is denying the truth about AIDS because they are scared, but in this story we learn denial only makes it worse. Judging the mother, she acted out of selfishness to leave her family but is understandable because the population is small and would get the whole town talking about the family in a bad way.Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Chanda's Secrets at ultimedescente.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
Chanda’s mother is not herself, her younger sister is acting out, and her best friend needs help. A powerful story set ami.
Chanda¿s Secrets is an amazing book amd it was written by Allan Stratton. It is about a girl who lives in Africa, named Chanda who has to overcome a lot of problems in her life that are all related to AIDS/5(28).
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Chanda's Secrets os a suspense-filled novel about a teenager who fights to rescue the people she loves. Through his dramatic storytelling, Allan Stratton captures the enduring strength of loyalty, the profound impact of loss, and a fearlessness that is powered by the heart.
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