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Childhood is the time to let imagination run rampant to learn right and wrong and to dream of what the future could hold Nothing could be better than the excitement of a day spent outside playing Childhood never seems to change no matter what culture Just like in America William Kamkwamba and his friends have a world of possibilities in their small farming village Masitala when it comes to what they can come up with to do However unlike in America William and his friends do not have the same opportunities as a child might in America There is a garden in every childhood an enchanted place where colors are brighter the air is softer and the morning more fragrant than ever again Elizabeth Lawrence Life to a child seems so much better William Kamkwamba is a typical boy he wants to get dirty and build things just like an American boy would rather be in a pile of mud than be clean and inside He is able to have fun by using his imagination to come William has a vivid imagination allowing him to concoct unfathomable tales Such as the one he comes up with after eating the stolen bubblegum from the traveling salesman A different culture would never take away an imagination The power of the unknown will always mesmerize a child like William is about the witch doctor sending someone to collect him for eating the bubblegum Americans have more more money more food and more luxury items more of anything imaginable Whereas people in the village of Masitala have very little and what they do have does not go to waste William and his friend find fun with even the trash sitting outside the bar We loved trucks and each week wed compete to see who could build the biggest and strongest one While my friends from America could find miniature trucks already assembled in their shopping malls we
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