This object is the vehicle driven by those in the novel. Although it technically belongs to Bam, July has virtually stolen it by the end of the novel.
This position of authority in the mines is what Maureen's father did for a living.
This is a town in South Africa that was hard hit during the apartheid uprisings of the 1980s, and it is where the Smalls were living at the time of the book.
This is where the Smalls hide for protection following the riots that threaten their homes and their lives. Life here is simple but without modern convenience such as running water or toilets or electricity.
These are taken by Maureen and Bam in the novel to save their lives from the deadly disease.
This is a type of stove used by the Africans in...
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