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Peoples dream is to be safe and free in this new land of milk and honey they risk their lives by heading north to the United State Maria Julia and Oscar carry hope for a new life they struggle to escape from the darkness of El Salvador They squeeze themselves in a crate as the pain rises after each jerk of the truck Julias shoulders rocked back and forth as she pressed Oscars face into my chest and the pain in my bent neck spread to my head and a cross my shoulders 2 Eventually they are able to overcome the hardship and arrive in Chicago When they arrive the hope for the land full of milk and honey vanished They have to work incredibly hard in order to survive Maria Julia and Oscar use many tools and resources to survive in Fran Leeper Busss The Journey of the Sparrows The most important tools and resources they find are luck perseverance and compassion from others Maria Julia and Oscar have enormous amounts of luck Fran Leeper Buss does a great job of showing the readers how luck has come to help Maria Julia and Oscar They nearly died in the crate Maria Julia and Oscar ran out of food and water moreover the fear of being deported rises as they cross the border The truck suddenly stops at a checkpoint Luckily they can not be seen finally the mens voice moved farther away and the engine of the truck in which we were hidden started up again Then the familiar voice man shouted in Spanish theyre gone its clear 2 Luck continues to heal them as the novel goes on When Maria Julia and Oscar arrive in Chicago Maria has to get food from the church daily One day the church ran out of food and Maria has to move stealthily to the back door of the church to steal food Luckily Farther Jonathan sees
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