This person is the girl who chose an African pen pal and finds her life changed with a broadened worldview, increased tolerance, and a "brother from another mother" (385).
This person was the female narrator's best friend in seventh grade and was an off-and-on best friend throughout high school.
This person is the female narrator's older brother and giver of t-shirts.
This person is the female narrator's relative. She wears brown knee-socks with sandals, talks with an accent, and eats funny food. The female narrator thinks this person is a dork and is surprised to learn that she is popular.
Kava and Romeo
These animals are giant Schnauzers, the Stoicsitz family pets.
This person sells used clothing at the Mutare market. His Shona name meant "We Are Many."
This person sends money to her daughter's pen pal's family so they could survive. In addition...
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