These symbols always represent a sense of escape and freedom for Amari. When she sees them, she thinks of her little brother, Kwasi.
These unfamiliar weapons are used to quickly take control of the African village in the slave raid.
Kwasi believes that these symbols represent the ability to be able to see and warn others of danger. While they are gentle, their ability to see what others cannot can be a valuable source of protection.
This symbol serves as a guide and a reminder that while someone may be far from home, that person is still living in the same world as before, looking at the same sky as those most beloved.
This item sets people apart based on social class. Amari and Polly are able to decide who gets which side of the cabin based on their use of...
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